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Hostess to close bakery where Twinkie was invented
CHICAGO -- Hostess Brands plans to close the suburban Chicago bakery where the Twinkie was invented in 1930, cutting 400 jobs and shuttering a piece of American baking history.
Hostess to close bakery where the Twinkie was invented, hundreds to lose jobs  Toronto Star
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Wind Mobile cuts roaming rates
Wind Mobile will slash what it charges customers when the roam on other companies networks by 95 per cent after a CRTC ruling that forces big telecom companies to charge smaller rivals less for that service.
Wind Mobile Cuts Customer Roaming Rates Up to 95%  Bloomberg
Wind Mobile drops domestic roaming fees for customers  Times Colonist
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Ex-MP Stockwell Day joins company planning to build BC bitumen refinery
Stockwell Day has joined the leadership team of a Vancouver company that's planning to build a $10-billion bitumen refinery on the West Coast.
Stockwell Day joins company planning to build BC bitumen refinery  Calgary Herald
Stockwell Day joins green refiner Pacific Future Energy Corp.
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CRTC proposes pick-and-pay approach to TV service
OTTAWA -- Canada's broadcast regulator has issued broad new proposals that could dramatically alter how Canadians receive and pay for their television.
CRTC issues proposals to change TV delivery
Last chance for Canadians to have their say on the future of television in ...  Digital Facility
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Sears 'unacceptable' results hit retailer
Investor disappointment over the latest results from Sears, which the US retailer acknowledged as �unacceptable�, wiped almost 8 per cent from the value of the company.
Sears more 'irrelevant by the day'  CNNMoney
Sears CEO: Retailer's Loss, Revenue Decline 'Unacceptable'  Forbes
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Russia Steps Up the Pressure on McDonald's
It was a symbol of the thawing of the Cold War and attracted long lines when it opened in 1990. But on Wednesday evening, in what's likely a bout of diplomatic tit-for-tat, the McDonald's in Moscow's Pushkin Square stood empty.
McDonald's in Russia under increasing health checks
Russia Checks More McDonald's After Closing 3  ABC News
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$24M ad campaign for Keystone pipeline had little impact: survey
America and Canada are friends. That's the main message Americans got from phase one of the federal government's multimillion-dollar advertising campaign to promote Canadian oil in Washington and drum up support for the Keystone XL pipeline.
Canada's $24M Keystone ad campaign falls flat  The Hill
Keystone study faulty  Waterloo Record
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McCain Pizza sale leaves Grand Falls wondering about jobs
Residents of northwestern New Brunswick are cautiously optimistic about the sale of the local McCain Foods pizza plant. McCain announced on Wednesday it has signed a deal with Dr.
McCain Foods sells pizza business to Dr. Oetker
Dr Oetker to buy McCain North America pizza arm (subscription)
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Farmers won't reap records for most crops this year: StatsCan
Statistics Canada says it doesn't look like Canadian farmers will be reaping another record crop this year. The agency's July farm survey says farmers can expect production to return to more normal levels for wheat, canola and corn for grain after records last ...
UPDATE 2-Canada producing less wheat, canola than expected  Reuters
Manitoba farmers expect solid soybean harvest, but decline in other crops  Winnipeg Free Press
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Accused Otterville bank robber arrested: OPP
An arrest has been made in connection with a robbery at an Otterville Royal Bank of Canada earlier this month. Paul Douglas Scott, 61, of Springford, Ont.
Bank robbery suspect arrested  Tillsonburg News
Arrest Made In Otterville Bank Robbery
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