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XL rival Cargill beefs up production

XL rival Cargill beefs up production

800 workers back at Brooks plant today as part of CFIA evaluation

Household debt sparks alarm after recalculations

Canadian households are even more in debt than anyone imagined, according to a revised Statistics Canada calculation that gives a more accurate picture of family finances.

Telus cuts $35 activation fee

Telus is getting rid of some costly fees for its wireless customers. The carrier says it's no longer charging a $35 activation fee for new wireless customers, or a $25 equipment exchange fee for renewing customers who purchase a new device.

Haida Gwaii: 'We have created life out there'

Iron-dust trial to foster sea life in B.C. waters arouses hope, horror
CEP, CAW set to merge and become mega union

CEP, CAW set to merge and become mega union

Aim is to be political force; students, seniors, unemployed allowed to join

Americans win Nobel prize for economics

Two American scholars were awarded the Nobel economics prize on Monday for studies on the match-making that takes place when doctors are coupled up with hospitals, students with schools and human organs with transplant recipients.

'Scary' investment moves to avoid

Dear Mike: I've heard the average investor can make mistakes when managing their own portfolio. Can you provide some examples? Danni in Victoria If you have young children or grandchildren, you know what's really important.

Temple buys Saskatoon hotel

Temple Real Estate Investment Trust has signed a deal to buy the Saskatoon Inn and Conference Centre for $37.15 million.

Gold miners strike deal

Argonaut Gold Inc. plans to acquire Prodigy Gold for shares and cash in a friendly deal valued at $341 million. Prodigy shareholders will receive 0.1042 of an Argonaut Gold share and $0.00001 Cdn in cash per Prodigy share.

Royal roads university honours alumni

A journalist working in his native South Sudan is being honoured with the Alumni Excellence Award by Royal Roads University. Mading Ngor was a child when violence in Sudan led to his father's death and his village destroyed.