NEB's pipeline approval puts Christy Clark in the hot seat

The $5.4bn Trans Mountain project would carry oil from Alberta 's oil sands to near Vancouver, British Columbia, to be loaded on to tankers for export to Asian and USA markets. But the expansion, which would increase the transport of crude from Alber... More..

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Bell Canada buys Manitoba Telecom for Can$3.9 billion
by | Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Bell Canada buys Manitoba Telecom for Can$3.9 billion

The purchase price includes $3.1 billion for the company, plus BCE will assume $800 million worth of MTS debt. To help address competition concerns, BCE said it will sell one-third of Manitoba Telecom's postp...More..

Clinton and Sanders clash over presidential qualifications
by | Friday, April 08, 2016

Clinton and Sanders clash over presidential qualifications

Sanders has steadfastly opposed the agreement from Day One. Bernie Sanders had expressed support for legislation that would roll back current prohibitions on liability for firearm manufacturers, despite past vo...More..

DC mayor opposes revised Exelon-Pepco settlement, putting deal at risk
by | Wednesday, March 02, 2016

DC mayor opposes revised Exelon-Pepco settlement, putting deal at risk

But the PSC's counterproposal would gut protections for low-income rate payers and residents in general, she said. Bowser said in a statement Tuesday that the new terms "gut" protections against residential rat...More..

Bank of Montreal (USA) (BMO) Earnings Per Share Expected to Decrease
by | Saturday, February 27, 2016

Bank of Montreal (USA) (BMO) Earnings Per Share Expected to Decrease

Shares of Bank of Montreal (TSE:BMO) opened at 73.68 on Wednesday. Canadian retail banking earnings were 5 percent higher, while net income fell at its wealth management unit. That's up from $61 million in th...More..

Fitbit Is 'Undisputed' Leader in Wearables, IDC Says
by | Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Fitbit Is 'Undisputed' Leader in Wearables, IDC Says

Breaking it down by vendor, Fitbit ended 2015 as the "undisputed worldwide leader of wearable devices", - the same way it started the year - IDC said, with 29.5 percent market share during the fourth quarter. "...More..