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Microsoft revenue rises, profit falls as Nokia absorbed
Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday its fiscal fourth-quarter revenue rose, beating Wall Street expectations, but its profit fell 7 per cent, partly due to the effect of incorporating the handset business of Nokia.
Microsoft 4th-quarter earnings hurt by Nokia acquisition  Montreal Gazette
Nokia Bolsters Microsoft Revenue, but Earnings Slip  New York Times
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Israel-Gaza conflict: Air Canada cancels Tel Aviv flight over safety concerns
Air Canada has cancelled its scheduled flight to Tel Aviv from Toronto tonight, following the lead of other airlines concerned about rocket fire near Ben Gurion Airport.
US and European airlines halt Israel flights  BBC News
Hamas Rockets Pose Threat, US FAA Halts Flights  Bloomberg
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TD doesn't expect Bank of Canada to cut interest rates
OTTAWA -- Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz is often accused of sounding dovish -- to keep the loonie in check -- but that won't lead to lower interest rates, says the TD Bank in a new analysis.
Canadian dollar lower amid tame US inflation, mixed commodity prices  Vancouver Sun
Loonie slips amid tame US inflation, mixed commodity prices  The Globe and Mail
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Delta wins bid to occupy luxury hotel at Calgary airport
A rending shows the exterior of the new four-star Delta hotel. Rendering supplied by Delta Hotels and Resorts. CALGARY - Delta Hotels and Resorts has been named as the tenant for the new four-star hotel attached to the Calgary International Airport's $1.4 ...
Glitzy hotel at Calgary airport appeals to business crowd  Globalnews.ca
Delta Hotels and Resorts announces new four-star full-service hotel in Calgary  660 News
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Agropur to double US dairy processing with deal for Davisco Foods assets
MONTREAL - Agropur, Canada's largest dairy co-operative, will double its U.S. processing operations with a deal to buy the dairy processing assets of Davisco Foods International, its third acquisition this month.
Agropur Buying Dairy Assets of Davisco in Minnesota  Wall Street Journal
Agropur Acquires Davisco Foods International and Doubles its Processing ...  DigitalJournal.com
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Parks Canada clothing brands the Canadian wilderness
Parks Canada has launched a premium line of clothing that it hopes will speak to visitors about their memories of Gros Morne or Banff National Park and help a little with the bottom line.
Parks Canada launches clothing line featuring classic beaver logo  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Parks Canada launches clothing line  YorkRegion.com
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A&W Revenue Royalties Income Fund has lower second-quarter net income
VANCOUVER - A&W Revenue Royalties Income Fund said Tuesday its second-quarter profit fell to $4.1 million, but total sales were up about 12 per cent as the fast food chain repositions its brand with beef raised without the use of hormones.
A&W Revenue Royalties has lower Q2 net income  Cranbrook Daily Townsman
A&W Revenue Royalties Income Fund Announces Second Quarter 2014 Results  DigitalJournal.com
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CN earnings help lift TSX to record high; tensions ease over downed jetliner
TORONTO -- A strong earnings report from Canadian National Railway helped push the Toronto stock market to a fresh record high close Tuesday as traders put geopolitical concerns aside for the moment and concentrated on the health of corporate North ...
TSX ends at another record closing high  Reuters Canada
At the open: Stocks rise as tensions over downed jetliner ease  The Globe and Mail
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Calgary's population swells to nearly 1.2 million
Calgary's population growth continues to soar with nearly 1.2 million people now calling the city home, according to new numbers released Tuesday.
Record growth reported as Calgary's population nears 1.2M mark  CTV News
Calgary sees largest population growth in latest census  660 News
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TD says Bank of Canada may sound dovish, but won't cut interest rates
OTTAWA - The TD Bank says Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz may be talking like he's inclined to cut interest rates, but he almost certainly won't.
Bank of Canada keeps low interest rate possibilities alive  The Globe and Mail
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