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The separation agreement Hunter Harrison signed when he quit his chief executive officer post at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. restricts him from taking jobs at CP's biggest rivals, and breaks down the $118-million worth of stock and benefits he forfeits.
In the snowy prairies of Western Canada, not even temperatures below -40 degrees have stopped Stampede Drilling Ltd.'s 60 recently rehired workers from manning the oil-service provider's rigs after a nine-month dry spell for the business.
Premier Christy Clark has revised her skills training agenda to put more emphasis on innovation and technology after conceding on Monday that her five-year-old jobs plan has missed some key targets.
A Quebec Superior Court judge is allowing taxi companies and drivers to launch a class-action lawsuit against the Uber ride-hailing service in hopes of reclaiming hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue, their lawyer says.