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Exports, imports both dipped in January: StatsCan

Exports, imports both dipped in January: StatsCan

Jtaylor March 10, 2012 0

OTTAWA — Canada’s trade surplus plunged to $2.1 billion in January as a slight increase in exports to the United States was more than offset by declines to the rest of the world, according to

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Oil sands industry’s co-operative spirit helps polish public image

Oil sands industry’s co-operative spirit helps polish public image

Jtaylor March 10, 2012 0

Collaboration is the new buzzword in Alberta’s oil sands where big players seem increasingly eager to work together on issues the industry regularly faces criticism on. At a Calgary press conference last week, top

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ttawa readies Air Canada back-to-work bill

ttawa readies Air Canada back-to-work bill

Jtaylor March 10, 2012 0

Federal Labour Minister Lisa Raitt is preparing back-to-work legislation as a precautionary measure to ensure Air Canada’s flight schedule is protected from disruptions by the airline’s employees. Her move Friday comes a day after

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Local unemployment rate rises in February

Local unemployment rate rises in February

Jtaylor March 10, 2012 0

Ottawa-Gatineau’s unemployment rate rose in February, after the number of people starting to look for jobs eclipsed the number of people that found work. The local unemployment rate rose slightly to six per cent

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Hello world!

Hello world!

Jtaylor March 4, 2012 1

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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