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What’s the Story Behind Fracking in Canada?

By Alex Mlynek By now, you’ve heard at least a little about fracking. You know it’s controversial, but unless it’s happening in your community, you may think the debate is over. It isn’t. Steve Moran is acutely aware of what’s at stake when the government — and the public — isn’t on your side. Moran… Read More What’s the Story Behind Fracking in Canada?

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Cross country: Canada at a glance, April 2014

By Yan Barcelo Money happy returns A national study on Canadian investors’ financial behaviour yields contradictory results. Canadian investors have “complicated money-selves,” if you go by the results of a national study conducted for the Investor Education Fund by The Brondesbury Group.

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Profile: Greg Wight, FCA, President & CEO Algoma Central Corp.

By Rosalind Stefanac Company profile: Based in St. Catharines, Ont., Algoma Central Corp. is the largest owner of Canadian-flag vessels in the country, with a fleet of 32 ships operating on the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Waterway and interests in six ocean-going dry-bulk vessels and one petroleum-product tanker. Founded in 1899 as a railway company,… Read More Profile: Greg Wight, FCA, President & CEO Algoma Central Corp.