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Great Canadian Gaming Brookfield partnership chosen to run Toronto area casinos 

TORONTO-The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. has selected Great Canadian Gaming Corp. (TSX:GC) and Brookfield Business Partners LP (TSX:BBU.UN) to run its casinos in the Greater Toronto Area. Under the deal, Great Canadian and Brookfield would acquire OLG Slots at Woodbine, OLG Slots at Ajax Downs and the Great Blue Heron ...

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Enbridge says costs of Line 3 rising; cites regulatory delays, route changes

 Thursday, Aug. 03, 2017  CALGARY-CANADIAN PRESS- Regulatory delays and route modifications will increase the cost of Enbridge Inc’s , Line 3 pipeline replacement project, the company said on Thursday, as it reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit. Enbridge, North America’s largest pipeline operator, said the project from Hardisty, Alberta, to Superior, ...

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Alaska tribes seek talks with Canada about mining projects

JUNEAU, Alaska-A group of 16 southeast Alaska tribes have banned together in an attempt to secure a stronger voice in inter-governmental talks about a series of large Canadian mining projects. The Juneau Empire reported http://bit.ly/2vKWEcy ) Monday that the tribes are eyeing a seat at the table with Canada, having ...

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Century old $5 bill sold at auction for $11,000 

FORT MYERS, Fla. -Money may not grow on trees, but its value can grow. That was evidenced last week by a $5 bill issued almost 100 years ago by a Florida bank that was sold at auction for more than $11,000. The News-Press in Fort Myers reports that the auction ...

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Rick George, former Suncor Energy CEO and pioneer of oilsands industry, dies at 67 

By Dan Healing THE CANADIAN PRESS CALGARY -Rick George, former CEO of Suncor Energy and a pioneer of Canada’s oilsands industry, has died at the age of 67 after a battle with acute myeloid leukemia. George, who died Tuesday, is credited with transforming Suncor from a money-losing oilsands mining company ...

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B.C. asks utilities commission to review $8.8 billion Site C dam megaproject

VANCOUVER-British Columbia’s New Democrat government has asked the province’s utilities commission to review the $8.8-billion Site C dam, throwing into doubt one of former premier Christy Clark’s major accomplishments. Energy Minister Michelle Mungall says the regulator will be tasked with determining the economic viability of the megaproject, with interim results ...

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Assembly of First Nations Chief to participate in NAFTA negotiations

August 2, 2017 Ottawa, ON – Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde  is part of a 13 member NAFTA Council that will help the Canadian government navigate renegotiation of NAFTA. Bellegarde will join  business and industry leaders including;    Sophie Brochu, president and CEO of Quebec energy firm ...

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Curve Lake First Nation and Habitat for Humanity Celebrate Maawandoonan – Coming Together in Partnership

  CURVE LAKE, ON, July 31, 2017- A crowd of more than 180 attendees came together at the Curve Lake Community Centre to learn about details of a new partnership that will bring affordable homeownership to Curve Lake First Nation. Attendees included the Honourable Maryam Monsef (Minister of Status of Women ...

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