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More pipeline protesters detained, including two 11-year-old girls (with video)
Two 11-year-old girls were among the protesters who crossed a police picket line Sunday on Burnaby Mountain to protest testing being done by Kinder Morgan for the company's proposed pipeline expansion.
David Suzuki joins Kinder Morgan pipeline protests on mountain
Employees at Burnaby Mountain restaurant face uncertain employment
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Euro near two-year low as investors bet on more ECB easing
LONDON (Reuters) - The euro flirted with a two-year trough against the dollar on Monday as investors bet the European Central Bank would ease monetary policy more aggressively to ward off deflation in the stuttering euro zone.
Draghi's Feint (FXE)  Seeking Alpha
Asian Stocks Rise After Stimulus Boost  RTT News
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Why The Canadian Dollar Could Be Moving Higher (FXC)
Strong inflation growth led speculators to bet the Bank Of Canada would increase rates sooner than expected. With economic growth still gradually recovering, however, many question whether a rate rise would be beneficial to the overall economy.
Pricier bacon and smokes help push Canada's annual inflation to 2.4 % in ...
Inflation takes surprise turn higher  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
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Toro reports release of gas from well near Airdrie
A gas well located two kilometers southwest of Airdrie, Alberta began to leak at approximately 6:30pm on Saturday, November 22, 2014.
Toro Reports Release of Gas From Well Near Airdrie and Successful Repair Efforts  MarketWatch
Toro Oil & Gas Reports Release of Gas From Well Near Airdrie; no one injured  RTT News
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Onex Buys Carton-Packaging Maker for $4.6 Billion
Canadian private-equity firm Onex Corporation said Monday it would pay �3.75 billion ($4.64 billion) for carton-packaging maker SIG Combibloc Group AG.
Canadian buyout firm Onex to buy Swiss packaging group SIG  Reuters Canada
Onex to Buy Packaging Maker SIG Combibloc for Up to $4.7 Billion  Businessweek
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Agribition shines spotlight on livestock
Cattle, sheep and horses will be calling Evraz Place in Regina home for the week, as the Canadian Western Agribition kicks off on Monday.
CWA branches out into shopping and performance pieces  Regina Leader-Post
Cattle ride into Regina for Agribition  News Talk 650 CKOM
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Collection of ancient Chinese jade to be auctioned in Toronto
Jade pieces from the estate of the late Irving Langleb are going up for auction on Tuesday at A.H. Wilkens Auctions & Appraisals in Toronto.
Rare jade collection to be auctioned at AH Wilkens in Toronto  680 News
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Quebec-Ontario alliance trumps Stephen Harper snub: Cohn
Behold the bonhomie and amity between two premiers and their cabinets in Toronto this week: Seven months after Quebec's spring election, the spectre of separatism has transmogrified into full-fledged federalism.
Yedlin: Tough week for TransCanada and its pipeline plans  Calgary Herald
Ontario and Quebec governments sign deals on climate change, energy projects  Winnipeg Free Press
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RBC out of Caribbean wealth management biz
The decision by Royal Bank to exit its wealth-management business in the Caribbean may be another sign Canadian banks are cutting their losses in the region and cleaning house, an analyst said Friday.
Royal Bank pulls out of the Caribbean, prepares for slower growth: analyst  Waterloo Record
Royal Bank plans changes at RBC Wealth Management, expects job losses  CityNews
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Tests on Champlain Bridge to slow traffic to snail speed
From midnight to 3 a.m., drivers will have to reduce their speed to 10 kilometres per hour to accommodate load bearing tests that will be conducted on the Champlain Bridge.
Speed limit on Champlain Bridge to be reduced overnight  CTV News
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