Hundreds of National Bank customers may have had their personal contact information and date of birth exposed online to other customers, the bank confirmed to CBC Toronto.
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A former town councillor when Cochrane was hardly more than a village is resurfacing to tackle traffic congestion as he vies for a seat on town council.
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The Energy Information Administration is overestimating U.S. crude oil production, Continental Resource’s chief executive Harold Hamm said today in an interview with Fox Business. Hamm was notably the only shale oil major executive who warned against the too-quick boosting of shale oil production after the OPEC-non-OPEC output cut deal from the end of last year.
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With Brent oil prices hovering right around $55 per barrel—the highest level in months—the oil market has picked up momentum. There are plenty of pitfalls ahead, but the underlying fundamentals offer some reasons to be slightly bullish on crude.
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Even after the devastating Fort McMurray wildfire and an oilsands production shutdown, Wood Buffalo’s regional economic growth is expected to outpace Edmonton, Calgary and Red Deer into 2018.
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The electoral equation in Edmonton’s southwest Ward 9 is simple: an exploding population plus poor road infrastructure equals voters keen for a champion to build new or expanded arterials.
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When the front is in a funk, the party in the back is where it’s at.
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As Labatt Breweries of Canada marks 170 years of selling beer, the company is looking to the future by investing more than $1 billion between 2011 and 2020.
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A strip mall in Timberlands will bring new businesses including a Fas Gas car wash and, potentially, a Tim Hortons.
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Real natural resource gross domestic product (GDP), or the volume of economic activity attributable to natural resources, increased by 2.5% in the second quarter of 2017, following growth of 0.5% in the first quarter. In comparison, real GDP for the total economy grew 1.1% in the second quarter.
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