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Feds Taking Ownership of Trans Mountain

CBJ — With all the uncertainty surrounding the proposed expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline, the federal government has decided to step in and pay $4.5 billion to buy the project and [...]

Kinder Morgan’s Pipeline Deadline is Approaching

CBJ — Efforts to save the $7.5 billion Trans Mountain pipeline project is now in the 11th hour, with Kinder Morgan Canada saying it will stick to its hard deadline to have all issues [...]

CP Rail Strike Looming

CBJ — The possibility of a strike at the country’s second-largest railway company is looming large as the unions representing train operators and signalling workers at Canadian [...]

Ontario Election – 3rd Debate

CBJ — With June 7 fast approaching, the governing Liberals, Progressive Conservatives, NDP and Green Party are getting their final shots in against their opponents while saying how they are [...]

Amazon Building an Ottawa Facility

CBJ — Amazon is reportedly set to build a large new one million square-foot facility in Ottawa, although the company has yet to confirm it. If the reports are true, it would be the largest [...]

Trump Cancels Summit with Kim

CBJ — It should come as no surprise but the much talked about summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has been called off by Trump. Trump says the [...]

Apple Offering Battery Rebate

CBJ — Apple Inc. has announced it will reimburse all customers who paid full price for iPhone battery replacements. The credit amounts to about $64 in Canadian funds and will be issued to [...]

Aecon Sale Nixed By the Federal Government

CBJ — For reasons of national security the federal government has blocked the $1.5-billion takeover of Aecon Group Inc. by a Chinese government-owned company. Federal Economic Development [...]

CIBC Posts Strong 2nd-Quarter Net Income

CBJ — The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce posted a strong 2nd-quarter net income surge of 25% compared with the same quarterly report the previous year. CIBC’s bottom line was [...]

Bulgaria Stymied in Bid to Use Euro Currency

CBJ — Bulgaria has hit a setback to its hopes of soon becoming a member of the shared euro currency after the European Central Bank said the EU’s poorest country needs [...]

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