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Ministers discuss fisheries

Provincial and territorial fisheries ministers say they're talking about developing an aquaculture regulatory program - something that was the sole responsibility of provincial governments until a landmark court decision in B.C.
U.S. should 'get a grip,' Harper says

U.S. should 'get a grip,' Harper says

Concerns about a so-called "fiscal cliff" in the United States are warranted, but they should not overshadow the need for America to "get a grip" on its longer-term fiscal situation, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Thursday.

Amazon unveils new Kindle Inc. unveiled four new Kindle Fire models on Thursday, including ones with larger screens, as the online retailer steps up competition with Apple Inc. ahead of the holiday shopping season.

Tighter mortgage rules will help, TD says

TD Bank says tighter mortgage rules should do the job of cooling Canada's hot housing market in the short term, but higher interest rates will be needed to return the market to saner levels.

Energy board cites Enbridge in report on safety issues

As Enbridge attempts to sell its controversial Northern Gateway pipeline project, the National Energy Board is examining the broader issue of pipeline safety and pointing to Enbridge's devastating spill along Michigan's Kalamazoo River two years ago
Sears chief pledges new customer focus

Sears chief pledges new customer focus

With pressure coming from Target, chain wants to emphasize service

B.C. regulator says fracking causes minor earthquakes

A spate of small earthquakes in B.C.'s remote northeastern corner were caused by a controversial technique used to extract natural gas from shale rock, a report by the province's energy regulator says. The B.C.
At Enbridge hearing, B.C. is shut down

At Enbridge hearing, B.C. is shut down

The B. C. government arrived at the Northern Gateway pipeline hearings in Edmonton with its environment minister, its former attorney general and a binderful of questions, only to get shut down for being out of bounds.

Stocks rise on good news from Europe

The Toronto stock market registered a solid advance Thursday after the European Central Bank announced a program to buy government bonds in order to lower the borrowing costs of countries that have been the most badly affected by the European debt cr
Nokia, Motorola hurry to release new products as iPhone looms

Nokia, Motorola hurry to release new products as iPhone looms

It's shaping up to be a cold fall for smartphone makers other than Apple, as the trendsetter of the phone industry gears up to release the next iPhone. Nokia and Motorola, which a few years ago were the No. 1 and No.
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