CALGARY - Canadian Pacific Railway (TSX:CP) had $400 million of net income in the third quarter - up 23 per cent from last year on higher revenue and improved efficiency but short of the profit growth that analysts had been anticipating.
The B.C. government is expected to unveil today how it plans to tax companies that operate liquefied natural gas plants. Both critics and investors have said the tax regime will play a big role in determining whether new B.C.
Staples said on Tuesday that it is investigating �a potential issue� with its customers' credit card data. �We take the protection of customer information very seriously, and are working to resolve the situation,� said Mark Cautela, a Staples spokesman.
New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant told his Alberta counterpart Jim Prentice that he favours the Energy East pipeline reversal project to allow exports of Alberta crude oil to his province's ports.
TORONTO -- The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan has agreed to buy a 29.7 per cent interest in CSC ServiceWorks, which operates laundry equipment and services for apartments, colleges and universities, from Pamplona Capital Management.