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Carlyle and Warburg Pincus to buy credit rating agency DBRS
(Reuters) - Carlyle Group LP CG.O and Warburg Pincus LLC said they would buy DBRS Ltd, the world's fourth-largest credit rating agency, in partnership with a consortium of Canadian investors including the firm's founder.
Carlyle, Warburg Pincus Agree to Buy Canadian Credit Rater DBRS  Businessweek
Carlyle and Warburg Pincus to buy Canadian credit rating agency DBRS  Financial Post
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UPDATE 7-Oil falls towards $61 on supply outlook
... * Saudi's Naimi says kingdom could increase output - report. * Technical support seen as low as $40, resistance around $70 (Recasts with latest prices).
Oil Prices Fall After Early Gains  Wall Street Journal
Oil prices reverse early gains, fall on supply outlook  The Globe and Mail
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Marilyn Burgoon gets private charge approved following Slocan fuel spill
A B.C. provincial court judge has approved a charge under the Fisheries Act against the B.C. government and Executive Flight Fuel Services brought by a local resident.
Lemon Creek spill case can move forward  BCLocalNews
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Westjet pilots vote in favour of new contract
Pilots at Westjet have voted in favour of a new four-year contract. The airline says the deal includes improved pay and scheduling, which places the pilots among the highest paid in Canada's airline industry.
WestJet, pilots ink new contract  Calgary Herald
WestJet pilots sign 4-year deal  Market Business News
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Northerners hope Auditor-General's findings lead to serious help on food prices
For years, northerners have complained about Nutrition North to anyone who would listen, grumbling that the $60-million annual federal food subsidy was doing little to ease their staggering grocery costs.
What went wrong with Nutrition North?
A look at what went wrong with the Nutrition North...  Cambridge Times
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The Santa rally continues
Last week's wild ride saw five-and-a half-year lows for oil prices and a five-year record for weekly gains on the TSX. This week might just be quieter (although let's not make any bets), with markets in North America and Europe closed for Christmas and Boxing ...
Euro zone risks a slump far more serious than Japan's 'lost decade'  Irish Times
Would a falling oil price boost GDP growth?  Business Standard
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Today's small-cap stocks to watch
Inside the Market's roundup of some of the Canadian small caps making news and on the move today. This post will be updated throughout the morning.
Crocodile (T.CRK) amends AuRico (T.AUQ) payment plan on Aussie gold mine ...  Stockhouse
AuRico, Crocodile revise payment arrangement from sale of two Aussie gold mines  Brandon Sun
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Some things change when it comes to BC dams. Some remain the same
When the W.A.C. Bennett Dam was completed in the fall of 1967, a crowd gathered inside its cavernous generating station near Hudson's Hope in northeastern B.C.
Christy Clark worshiping at the shrine of W.A.C. 'Wacky' Bennett  MetroNews Canada
Smyth: Christy Clark faces battle royal in continuing W.A.C. Bennett's ...  The Province
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Food-bank system's absurd, but it shows we don't lack for helpers: Keenan
If you spend a few weeks following a donation all the way through the food bank process, as I did researching a story that ran Sunday, you're likely to be inspired (by the efforts of volunteers) and saddened (by the need the food bank serves).
Beating hunger means tackling poverty head-on  Hamilton Spectator
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'Huff and puff' technology questioned after leak at CNRL Wolf Lake site
Greenpeace is raising concerns about the technology an Alberta oilsands operation uses to extract crude, following a second leak at a Canadian Natural Resources (CNRL) facility.
Canadian Natural Resources leak fouls aquifer  Beacon News (blog)
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