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Union advocates say times are ripe

Union advocates say times are ripe

Others see declining membership in private sector, public job cuts

India's government struggles to defuse crisis over coal

The Indian government tried Monday to defuse a political crisis over sweetheart coal deals that has deepened a perception of dysfunction in the world's biggest democracy and derailed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's efforts to win back investors.

Nazi gear at store draws fire

After browsing at a military supply store in New Westminster this week, a Vancouver resident says he is offended by some of the items for sale that display Nazi symbolism.

Labour Day brings out crowds

Thousands march in Toronto; Victoria celebrates as well

Enbridge faces grilling over Gateway

Pipeline company to square off with unions, First Nations this week
Ottawa says stimulus still in cards

Ottawa says stimulus still in cards

Canada notches economic growth, but finance minister stands ready

Ford Focus on track to dethrone Toyota Corolla

Ford Motor Co. says its Focus small car is on track to become the bestselling car in the world this year, trumping the Toyota Corolla.

Telus asks court to block Mason

Shareholder meeting set by hedge fund

$4-billion investment in oilsands for Kuwait

Athabasca Oil Corp. confirmed Friday that it is in the early stages of forming a joint venture for two of its Alberta oilsands properties.

TSX up

Fed ready to act, bernanke Says
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