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Environmental assessment committee established for Rambler’s proposed tailings expansion on Baie Verte Peninsula
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Carbonear purchases land for potential farmers’ market
CARBONEAR, NL — The Town of Carbonear recently took the first step towards establishing a farmers’ market in the Conception Bay North community. At a meeting last month, town council approved a motion to purchase the property at 204 ...
Alleged content piracy case heads to Federal Court of Appeal at companies' request
OTTAWA — Bell, Rogers and Quebecor will be allowed to take their legal battle with the TVAddons website — which they allege is a content piracy operation that violates their copyrights — to the Federal Court of Appeal. The three telecom-media ...
Canadians mostly happy with grocers despite bread-price fixing scheme: survey
TORONTO — A new survey suggests Canadians still have a strong relationship with their grocer — with only about a third of respondents saying their view of their favoured retailer has worsened following revelations of an alleged industry-wide ...
Train carrying potash derails in southwestern Saskatchewan; some diesel spills
SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — Cleanup crews are dealing with a train derailment in southwestern Saskatchewan. The provincial government says a dozen cars carrying potash jumped the tracks about 10 kilometres west of Swift Current on Tuesday ...
TD Bank's U.S. online, mobile platforms face outages after upgrade
Toronto-Dominion Bank's online and mobile banking platforms in the U.S. are experiencing technical difficulties after a recent upgrade, prompting customers to complain on social media. Several of the Canadian lender's U.S. ...
Financial and materials help boost Toronto stocks, loonie moves lower
TORONTO — Canada's main stock index posted a triple-digit advance in late-morning trading, helped by the financial and materials sectors, while the loonie dipped below 79 cents US. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 142.58 points to ...
Where there’s a will, there’s a way to peace of mind
Parents are forced to have a lot of uncomfortable conversations with their kids as they progress through life. Among those difficult to broach topics is death, its inevitability and its often-unexpected arrival. Once a child reaches ...
Atlantic Canadians brace for rate hike impact
Atlantic Canadians are going to be hit especially hard by looming hikes in interest rates for mortgages, lines of credit and personal loans, says a Nova Scotia debt relief specialist. “Atlantic Canadians are probably worse off than Canadians ...
Maple Leaf Foods reports $59.1M Q4 profit, raises quarterly dividend
Maple Leaf Foods Inc. is embarking on its "most ambitious brand renovation" in the coming year to become the most sustainable protein company in the world, said CEO Michael McCain on Wednesday. "Looking forward, we are excited ...
Asian retailer Lotte accepts resignation from jailed co-CEO
SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — Asian retail and chewing gum giant Lotte has accepted the resignation of its co-CEO after he was convicted of bribery and embezzlement in a wide-ranging corruption scandal that brought down South Korea's president. The ...