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Pembina Pipeline Corporation To Acquire Vantage Pipeline and an Interest in Associated
Reuters - 2 Hours ago
PR Newswire CALGARY, Sept. 2, 2014 Acquisition of Bakken ethane pipeline adds additional fee-for-service pipeline infrastructure to Pembina's portfolio and establishes new growth platform
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Quebec researchers give students simple advice for happiness
CTV News - 11 Hours ago
University of Sherbrooke professor Claude Cyr says he has a way to combat increasing rates of anxiety and depression amongst children. Share: Text: CTVNews.ca Staff Published Monday, September
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Japanese films awarded at Montreal film festival
NHK - 11 Hours ago
Japan Sep. 2, 2014 - Updated 02:53 UTC Two Japanese films have won awards at the Montreal World Film Festival in Canada. "Cape Nostalgia" was produced by and stars popular veteran actress Sayuri
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Quebec researchers have the key to happiness
CTV News - 12 Hours ago
Claude Cyr has a prescription for happiness – and it’s 100 per cent drug-free. The University of Sherbrooke professor says he has a way to combat increasing rates of anxiety and depression amongst
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Sunshine Oilsands Announces Management Changes
BusinessWeek - 13 Hours ago
CALGARY, Alberta and HONG KONG, Sept. 1, 2014 /CNW/ -- The Board of Directors of Sunshine Oilsands Ltd By letter dated September 1, 2014 in Calgary, Mr. Sealock advised the Board of Directors that he
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Calgary's tourist attractions busy this summer
CTV News - 13 Hours ago
Karen Owen, CTV Calgary Published Monday, September 1, 2014 4:12PM MDT Last Updated Monday, September 1, 2014 6:46PM MDT Calgary’s tourism industry is enjoying a busy summer. Staff at local attractions
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Canada: When Does The Clock Start To Run? Contribution Claims Under Alberta’s Tort-Feasors
Mondaq - 2 Hours ago
At common law, a plaintiff who has been injured as a result of the acts of two or more tort-feasors - the party committing the wrongdoing - can sue any one of them to recover 100 per cent of his or her
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Canada: Proposed Changes To The Quebec Code Of Civil Procedure And Their Impact
Mondaq - 2 Hours ago
The Province of Quebec recently enacted a new Code of Civil Procedure (the "CCP"), which is expected to come into force during the Fall of 2015. The CCP is intended to address long-standing, systemic
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Ottawa tourism numbers flat
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Labour Day celebrations in Ottawa
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Montreal bar owner says male students were not kicked out for kissing
Toronto Star Online - 10 Hours ago
MONTREAL—A Quebec student association that had accused a popular Montreal bar of homophobia says it’s satisfied with the response from the owner. Vincent Fournier Gosselin, an executive with the group
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Police in Nova Scotia identify Halifax man killed in motorcycle crash
Metro Canada - 11 Hours ago
The RCMP in Annapolis County has released the name of a Halifax man who was the victim of a fatal motorcycle accident on Sunday. Edward Mombourquette, 62, died at the scene. RCMP Const. Sharla Pinkson
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CBC News Montreal at 11 - September 01, 2014
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CTV Northern Ontario: Labour Day
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News Ottawa (Late Night) - September 01, 2014
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Toronto’s CNE goes out with a roar for another year
Metro Canada - 12 Hours ago
A jet thunders across the sky above the din of Exhibition Place as part of this year’s air show. Its roaring trail of sound fades and then the plane reappears, knifing through the air and making conversation
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In last-minute reversal, Ford backs out of two mayoral debates
Globe and Mail - 12 Hours ago
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford will be a no-show at two mayoral debates planned for this week, after dropping out at the 11th hour. Jeff Silverstein, Mr. Ford’s director of communications, confirmed on Monday
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NATO to ask Canada to contribute to new rapid response force
Metro Canada - 12 Hours ago
OTTAWA—Canada will be asked to contribute troops and equipment to a new NATO rapid response force as the military alliance beefs up its readiness in the face of increasing Russian aggression. With
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Canada's anti-terror measures
CBC - 12 Hours ago
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'C-Sik': Calgary DJ turning heads around the world
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Ontario teen with progeria defies odds
CBC - 12 Hours ago
Devin Scullion, who has rare genetic disorder that causes rapid aging, turns 18 Now Playing on CBC Radio Refresh CBC Radio One Listen Live Ottawa change Now Playing: CBC Radio 2 Listen
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B.C.’s closed schools leave parents stranded
Globe and Mail - 13 Hours ago
On a day when they should have been scrambling to pack lunches, meet new teachers and find classes, parents and students in British Columbia will face the first day of school with only one assignment:
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Minimum wage goes up in Alberta but not everyone is excited
CTV News - 13 Hours ago
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Ex-Alberta deputy premier flew daughter on government planes
CBC Hamilton - 13 Hours ago
Alberta's former deputy premier Thomas Lukaszuk, now a Conservative leadership candidate, is being accused of hypocrisy for his public stand against entitlement after an anonymous tip to CBC News revealed
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Vancouver bike lanes incite outrage as city supports riders
Globe and Mail - 13 Hours ago
Al Szajman doesn’t live or run a business near any of Vancouver’s controversial concrete-separated bike lanes downtown. And, since he lives in a condo on Richards Street near Robson, he mostly walks
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