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Westjet pilots vote in favour of new contract
Pilots at Westjet have voted in favour of a new four-year contract. The airline says the deal includes improved pay and scheduling, which places the pilots among the highest paid in Canada's airline industry.
WestJet, pilots ink new contract  Calgary Herald
WestJet pilots vote in favour of new four-year contract  660 News
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OMERS to sell portion of health-care IT firm Logibec to GI Partners
Private equity firm GI Partners will buy Canadian health care technology company Logibec Inc. from the investment arm of the Ontario Municipal Employees' Retirement System, GI Partners said Friday.
OMERS sells Logibec to GI Partners  Market Business News
Harris Williams & Co. Advises Logibec Inc. on its Pending Sale to GI ...  MarketWatch
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'Huff and puff' technology questioned after leak at CNRL Wolf Lake site
Greenpeace is raising concerns about the technology an Alberta oilsands operation uses to extract crude, following a second leak at a Canadian Natural Resources (CNRL) facility.
Oilsands leak that fouled aquifer is close to site where oil bubbled to ...
Oil sands leak that contaminated aquifer renews technology questions  The Globe and Mail
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Alberta auditor general, child advocate face budget cuts
A legislative committee comprised mostly of Tory MLAs voted to cut about $1 million from six independent offices including Alberta's auditor general and the province's child and youth advocate.
Falling oils prices will hurt the province  Edmonton Sun
Alberta climate-change framework hits another delay (with video)  Edmonton Journal
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Fitch upgrades Egypt credit rating to B, cites subsidy cuts
Fitch Ratings upgraded Egypt's credit rating one step to "B" from "B-" citing structural reforms the government has undertaken including reducing fuel subsidies.
Fitch Raises Egypt's Credit Rating to 'B'  MENAFN.COM
Fitch Revises Bahrain's Outlook to Negative; Affirms at 'BBB'  Reuters
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Nova Scotia court hears final arguments in TWU case
The decision in Trinity Western University's lawsuit against the Nova Scotia Barristers Society will have national importance for law in Canada, Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice Jamie Campbell said Dec 19.
Pratt & Whitney plans $67-million upgrade to Nova Scotia facility  680 News
Nova Scotia Power warns customers of phone scam  Hants Journal
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Canadian mine project near southeast Alaska border wins approval, worries ...
JUNEAU, Alaska - The Canadian government is allowing a proposed open-pit mine near the southeast Alaska border to advance. Canada's Ministry of the Environment on Friday found the Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell project is not likely to cause significant ...
Seabridge KSM Project Receives Approval from BC Government  Net Newsledger
Federal Government Gives the Go Ahead for KSM Mining Project  KelownaNow
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How to loosen chokehold of financials and energy on your portfolio
The bargain hunter's quandary: How to invest in the Canadian stock market without being swamped by energy and financials. In a volatile patch for stocks globally in the past month or so, our market stands out for having been pounded especially hard.
Canadian Stocks Cap Best Week Since 2009 on Energy Rally  Bloomberg
Canadian stocks cap best week since 2011 as energy shares rally
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Terrible boss causes revolving door at the office
The latest boss has made changes resulting in reduced morale to the point that some employees are looking for other jobs. My co-workers vent to me about the boss, and the boss vents to me about them.
Ask Amy: My teammates can't stand our 'golden child' boss  San Jose Mercury News
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Montreal settles with The Bay in downtown construction crack dispute
The city of Montreal has agreed to pay the Hudson's Bay Company nearly $690,000 over a construction job that began seven years ago.
Montreal to pay Hudson's Bay $690000 in damages  Montreal Gazette
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