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Toronto stock market in the red ahead of corporate earnings, economic data
TORONTO -- The Toronto stock market was slightly lower, led by energy stocks, Monday afternoon ahead of a heavy slate of earnings from resource companies this week.
TSX slips as energy shares drop with oil price  Reuters Canada
TSX, Wall Street down ahead of earnings, economic data  Financial Post
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Health costs are biggest retirement worry
Brochures offering various retirement savings options are pictured February 3, 2012 in Montreal. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz. - image credit: Tweet.
Living to 100? BMO Report Outlines What You Need To Know  MarketWatch
Majority say health will be biggest retirement expense: BMO poll  680 News
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Athabasca Falls on PetroChina Oil Sands Pay Wait
Athabasca Oil Corp. (ATH) fell to its lowest intraday price in seven months after saying it's continuing efforts to collect a C$1.32 billion ($1.22 billion) payment from PetroChina Co.
Canada Stocks Fall From Record as Oil Producers Decline  Businessweek
Athabasca Oil Corp shares dive on worries over PetroChina $1.23-billion payment  Financial Post
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TransAlta to build $580M gas power plant in Australia
TransAlta will build a natural gas-powered power plant in Western Australia in a deal worth $580 million, the Calgary-based company says.
TransAlta to build power station for Australian power plant  Reuters Canada
TransAlta announces plans to build new power plant in Western Australia  Nanaimo Daily News
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Don't Know If We Can Be Iconic Again: CEO Chen
July 28 (Bloomberg) -- John Chen, chief executive officer at BlackBerry, discusses the future of the company. Bloomberg Contributing Editor Paul Kedrosky and Bloomberg's Cory Johnson and Emily Chang speak on ´┐ŻBloomberg West.
I don't have any offers to buy Blackberry: CEO John Chen
BlackBerry (BBRY): Today's Pre-Market Leader Stock
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Lobster levy draws questions from fish packers
The province's fish packers association says it's surprised by the provincial government's proposed new levy on lobster.
Fishermen groups in Nova Scotia surprised by five-cent levy proposal for lobster  CTV News
Fishermen groups in NS surprised by five-cent levy proposal for lobster  Cape Breton Post
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Canada's surreal milk market
The battle over 3L packages of milk reads like a parody of Canada's costly and stifling penchant for over-regulation and ill-considered protection of domestic lobbies.
Ontario's battle over 3-litre milk jugs on grocery shelves  Toronto Star
Battle brews over 3-litre milk jugs  Waterloo Record
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LNG's $11.7m bid to replicate Magnolia
LNG will look to replicate the success of its proposed Magnolia liquefied natural gas plant in Louisiana in Canada, with the group paying $US11 million ($11.7m) for a site in Nova Scotia.
Australian firm buys Bear Head LNG facility
Australian company buys proposed Bear Head LNG site in Nova Scotia for $11M  Brandon Sun
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Homeless advocate wary of Vancouver's $20M offer to buy Arbutus corridor
One of Vancouver's homeless advocates hope the city digs as deep to keep promises to end homelessness as it is to save the Arbutus rail corridor.
Daphne Bramham: Is Vancouver's Arbutus corridor worth $100 million?  Vancouver Sun
Arbutus gardeners hold final party before CP Rail deadline
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Solar business has taken off for Edmonton entrepreneur
One day back in 2009, Clifton Lofthaug showed up 20 minutes early for a meeting of the Solar Energy Society of Alberta. Two men who chatted with him mentioned they wanted a solar photovoltaic system for their farm near St. Albert.
CanSIA Releases "Made in Alberta" Blueprint for a Strong Solar ...  Power Engineering Magazine
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