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Canada regulator bars ex-media mogul Conrad Black from executive roles
TORONTO Feb 27 (Reuters) - Former media mogul and convicted felon Conrad Black may no longer hold executive positions at listed companies or investment funds in the Canadian province of Ontario, the country's premier securities regulator ruled on ...
'Notorious' Montreal man facing fresh OSC charges after seven-year ...  Financial Post
Catch up: A ban for Black and other stories you may have missed today  The Globe and Mail
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Bombardier Inc vows to stick to budget as larger CSeries lifts off for first time
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan RemiorzThe Bombardier CS300 makes it's maiden test flight in Mirabel, Que., on Friday. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
Bombardier CS300 Aircraft Successfully Completes Maiden Flight  MarketWatch
Canada`s Bombardier launches its biggest jetliner yet  Zee News
TSX steady as miners, banks edge higher
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index closed little changed on Friday as higher bullion prices boosted shares of gold miners, while banks climbed after reporting quarterly results earlier this week.
The close: TSX steady as miners, banks rise slightly  The Globe and Mail
TSX advances amid rising oil, gold prices  CTV News
SFU students' drone ambitions take flight
SURREY - When it comes to designing a flying robot capable of surveying situations and locations from an aerial perspective, things can understandably get a little costly.
SFU students use 3D printing to lower cost of flying drone  Vancouver Sun (blog)
Students' web-enabled drone could enhance security systems  Simon Fraser University News
Kinder Morgan fails to answer hundreds of questions: BC mayors
VANCOUVER -- Kinder Morgan has come under fire from two Metro Vancouver mayors for failing to answer hundreds of questions about a proposed $5.4-billion pipeline expansion.
Kinder Morgan still dealing with 1200 written requests from intervenors on ...  Vancouver Sun
Squamish First Nation not happy with NEB process  CKNW News Talk 980
China bans Canadian beef in wake of Alberta mad cow case
EDMONTON - Officials confirmed Friday that China has joined a growing list of countries that have suspended Canadian beef imports after inspectors found an animal suffering mad cow disease on a farm outside Edmonton.
Federal food safety watchdog says 2 cows with BSE born on same Alberta farm  CTV News
Canadian beef restricted by China over mad cow case
Fewer take advantage of RRSP benefits
The latest numbers from the polls showed fewer Canadians took advantage of this tax-advantaged investment program and this should worry all of us.
Reforming Retirement (1): How the TFSA turned into Godzilla  The Globe and Mail
That mortgage on your back? Relax. Here's why  Financial Post
Harper almost has his surplus
Stephen Harper The federal budget is almost, but not quite, balanced. According to the Fiscal Monitor, the balance for the calendar year 2014 is a deficit of $317 million, down from $16.4 billion in the calendar year 2013.
Canada December budget surplus rises on GM share transfer  Reuters Canada
Ottawa posts $2.4B surplus for December compared with $1.2B surplus a year ago  Brandon Sun
Canadian Tire profit jumps 8% on spending for winter tires, sporting goods
Canadians may have been reluctant to open their wallets at some stores in the 2014 holiday season, but they were willing to spend at Canadian Tire.
Is it Too Late to Buy Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd.?  The Motley Fool Canada
Canadian Tire reports fourth-quarter profit up from year ago, revenue higher  Hamilton Spectator
Halliburton closing Regina office
At the end of March Halliburton will be suspending operations at its Regina facility. The company spokesperson, Emily Mir, said in a statement that the company is reducing its size due to the current market environment.
Halliburton closing Regina location  620
Halliburton oil services company lays off 120 in Regina