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Telus set to lock horns with Ottawa in third Mobilicity bid
Telus Corp. is setting up a showdown with Ottawa by trying for a third time to buy a small Canadian wireless company in a deal that the government has already repeatedly blocked.
Telus to pay $350M for Mobilicity  StarPhoenix
Mobilicity says Telus to acquire company for $350 million in proposed sale  Vancouver Sun
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Leak from nuclear waste site would be diluted: Experts
The �immense� waters of the Great Lakes will greatly dilute any radiation-bearing water that might leak from a proposed nuclear waste site on Lake Huron, says an expert group.
Proposed nuclear waste site triggers fears for Great Lakes, drinking water  Windsor Star (blog)
OPG, Westinghouse forge nuclear alliance  OurWindsor.ca
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Athabasca triggers oilsands sale to PetroChina
CALGARY - Athabasca Oil Corp. says it is selling its 40 per cent stake in the proposed 250,000-barrel-per-day Dover oilsands project to partner PetroChina for $1.32 billion.
Athabasca Reaps $1.2B In Oil Sands Project Exit  Law360 (subscription)
PetroChina buys remaining Canadian oil sand shares  ecns
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Chobani desserts, dips? Company to expand product offerings
NEW YORK -- Chobani plans to expand beyond its Greek yogurt cups this summer as it faces intensifying competition in the fast growing category.
Chobani Expands Into New Yogurt Products  Wall Street Journal
City sues banks, others over high-speed trades  The Spokesman Review
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Stuck at the border? New online tool alerts Canadian travellers of wait times
With the Easter long weekend in full swing the Canadian government has launched a new online tool designed to warn travellers of expected wait times along the Canada-U.
Man wanted by Canadian Border Services arrested in Sudbury  NorthernLife.ca
Park man arrested at US-Canada border crossing  Sherwood Park News
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CANADA FX DEBT-C$ firms on inflation data, but slips 0.3 pct on the week
... Print. * Canadian dollar at C$1.1013 or 90.80 U.S. cents * Bond prices lower across the maturity curve (Adds analyst's comment, updates prices to close) By Alastair Sharp TORONTO, April 17 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar firmed against the greenback on ...
Canadians Paying More for Food  Wall Street Journal
Inflation climbs to 1.5 percent  Fort Frances Times
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Qatar's LNG dominance challenged
Blazing gas flares 230 feet into the night sky above Qatar's Ras Laffan Industrial City. The 183-square-mile complex houses the world's largest assemblage of liquefied natural gas plants and its biggest port for LNG exports.
Ewart: LNG boom has its share of obstacles  Calgary Herald
Gas exports to restart  Petroleum News
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Burrard Bridge construction: what you need to know
Vancouver's Burrard Bridge will be closed on Friday and Saturday mornings so construction can be avoided during the upcoming Sun Run and BMO Vancouver Marathon.
Crews put finishing touches on Burrard Bridge this weekend  News1130
Burrard Street Bridge closed for paving over long weekend  Globalnews.ca
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Alberta's pension reform bills met with union criticism
EDMONTON (CP) - The Alberta government introduced a bill Wednesday to overhaul pension plans affecting more than 200,000 public sector workers.
Alberta introduces pension legislation  Benefits Canada
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More Canadians job hopping after two years
The survey found that 48 per cent of those polled reported that they've had three or more separate career paths. Photograph by: John Amis, The Associated Press , The Canadian Press.
Today's worker? Two years and out, for some  Guelph Mercury
Job hopping the new normal  Toronto Star
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