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Allergan Pushes Back Against Bid by Ackman, Valeant
April 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Matthew Campbell reports on the reaction of Allergan shareholders to the takeover bid from Valeant Pharmaceuticals and Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Group on Bloomberg Television's �The Pulse.
Valeant makes USD 45.6 bn bid for Botox maker Allergan  Financial Express
Allergan adopts poison pill in face of Valeant bid  MarketWatch
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Canada's middle class richest in study of big nations
Canada's middle class appears to be the richest in a new study of incomes in several big countries. The in-depth report published today in The New York Times, which looks at about 20 nations, indicates that Canadians have bumped Americans out of the top ...
Middle class Canadians better off than American counterparts  Newstalk 1010
New York Times says Canada's middle class richer than US  CBC.ca
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Netflix set to 'grow like crazy' despite price increase
Netflix's decision to bump up its subscription rate for new members has been met with disdain in some quarters, but analysts say the price increase is unlikely to drive away viewers.
Customers to absorb cost of Netflix growth  Belfast Telegraph
Netflix plans price hike  Wicked Local North Attleborough
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Lawyer asks court to shut odorous oilsands plant
EDMONTON - A lawyer has asked a court to shut down a northwestern Alberta oilsands plant even though the owner is working to obey regulatory orders to stop harmful odours that have forced nearby residents from their homes.
Baytex Energy oilsands plant should be shut down over harmful odours: lawyer  Beacon News (blog)
Lawyer asks court to shut Alberta plant behind oilsands odours  CanadianManufacturing.com
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Union reacts to CFIA cuts RAW
The union representing Canada's food inspectors says federal cuts are compromising food safety in B.C.'s Lower Mainland. Metro Vancouver is now the only major metropolitan area in Canada without a team of dedicated food inspectors to investigate cases ...
Union warns of reduced meat inspections, more food fraud in Vancouver  Times Colonist
Union warns budget cuts mean fewer meat inspections, more food fraud in ...  The Province
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CP posts higher Q1 profit, despite weather
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. posted higher first-quarter profits on Tuesday that beat market expectations, despite having to cope with a particularly harsh winter.
UPDATE 4-CN, CP Rail profits could leave sour taste for farmers  Reuters
CN, CP Rail profits could leave sour taste for farmers  Reuters Canada
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Verdun's toxic dump site stirs up concerns
The borough of Verdun is now taking action after a 1,500-tonne pile of dirt containing carcinogenic coal tar dumped on its shores stirred up questions.
Contaminated soil dumped in Verdun waterfront park  CBC.ca
Verdun to remove contaminated soil from riverfront, mayor says  Montreal Gazette
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Canada Investigators Probing Chemical Tanker Grounding
OTTAWA�Canadian regulators investigating a chemical-products tanker that ran aground on the St. Lawrence River found the vessel didn't spill the urea it was carrying, a spokesman said late Tuesday.
Tanker Halit Bey freed after running aground in St. Lawrence  CBC.ca
Grounded tanker back afloat in Quebec without any apparent pollution  Ottawa Citizen
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Windmill unveils plans for 'world's most sustainable community' for former ...
OTTAWA - Windmill Development Group chose Earth Day to submit rezoning applications to the cities of Ottawa and Gatineau for the former Domtar lands, a step toward developing what the company is calling the �world's most sustainable community� on ...
Ottawa developers to transform Domtar lands into billion-dollar green community  MetroNews Canada
Developing Ottawa's waterfront  CTV News
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Bernanke regrets not explaining crisis better
TORONTO: Former US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said he could have done a better job in helping people understand the action the central bank took during the financial crisis.
Former Fed chief Ben Bernanke bullish on US recovery  Vancouver Sun
Bernanke Says Fed Actions Could Have Been Better Communicated to Public  Wall Street Journal
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