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Injunction re-opens N.B. lobster plants

Fish processing plants in New Brunswick resumed full operations Friday, one day after a judge ordered an injunction to prevent fishermen from blocking access to the facilities in an ongoing dispute over the import of U.S. lobsters.

Staples boss touring town

Steve Matyas, the president of Staples Canada, will be touring the Victoria and Langford stores on Aug. 22 to raise the profile of charities helping lowincome families who need school supplies.

Chesapeake faces probe

Chesapeake Energy said it is the subject of a U.S. government investigation over possible criminal antitrust violations related to the purchase and lease of oil and gas properties in Michigan.

GE recalls dishwashers

General Electric is recalling more than one million dishwashers in the United States and Canada because of heating elements that can fail and cause fires. The Consumer Product Safety Commission in the U.S. said the recall includes about 1.

Canada's trade deficit widens

Canada's trade performance with the rest of the world worsened for the third consecutive month in June, providing fresh evidence of the global economic slowdown's impact on the country's key sector.

Commodities fuel gains for tsx

The Toronto stock market ended near its highs of the day on Tuesday as commodities pushed the market ahead. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 200.91 points to 11,863.50, in a session partly characterized by playing catch up with U.S.

Judge overturns RIM patent verdict

Black-Berry-maker Research in Motion said a California judge has overturned a ruling on a patent-infringement case involving mobile device management company Mformation Technologies and vacated a $147.2million US jury award.

Empress boss leaves to take up China challenge

Martin Leclerc, who guided the Fairmont Empress Hotel through one of the most trying economic periods in its 104-year history and played key roles in downtown and tourism improvement organizations, is leaving the landmark hotel to open a new Fairmont
Tims customers ease off snacks

Tims customers ease off snacks

Frugality and warm weather may be holding back growth, CFO says

Court overturns resort ruling

The B.C. Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling that said the provincial government did not adequately consult a First Nation before the incorporation of a ski resort village near Kamloops.
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