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Could drilling for oil become too costly?

May 31, 2012
With the price of oil below $90 a barrel, some are beginning to wonder at what point does it become unprofitable to drill.
Posted In: Oil, North Dakota, Canada
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Iceland could adopt the Canadian loonie

Apr 16, 2012
Iceland is looking to possibly adopt the Canadian currency. How would that work, and might that affect either country's economies?
Posted In: Iceland, Canada, currency
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The future of currency in Canada

Apr 12, 2012
Canada just recently announced plans to phase out the penny, and now it's looking to bring it back -- in digital form.
Posted In: Canada, coins, currency, MintChip
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Canada scraps the penny coin

Mar 30, 2012
We speak to one Canadian member of parliament about why he is such an anti-penny crusader, and whether the penny could ever be dropped here in the U.S.
Posted In: Canada, coins
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Canadians are killing off their penny

Mar 30, 2012
Canadians don't even bother to pick pennies up off the street anymore.
Posted In: Canada, coins, penny
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Green power vs. green power

Mar 6, 2012
Canadian hydroelectric projects could threaten domestic green energy start-ups.
Posted In: Canada, hydroelectric power, Environment, green
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Canada backs out of Kyoto Protocol

Dec 13, 2011
Straight out of productive UN climate talks in Durban, South Africa, Canada announces it is backing out of the Kyoto Protocol treaty.
Posted In: UN climate conference, Kyoto Protocol, Canada
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Canadian "film for computer" will surreal up your whole day

Aug 24, 2011
The National Film Board of Canada has commissioned director Vincent Morisset to make a "film for computer."...
Posted In: Canada, movies, weirdness
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Netflix cuts video quality in Canada

Mar 30, 2011
Netflix is making moves to shrink the amount of data going across a network when it streams movies and TV to Canadian customers. The company says...
Posted In: business, Canada, Entertainment, ISPs, net neutrality, netflix, social media, spectrum
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London, Toronto stock exchanges announce merger

Feb 9, 2011
Officials from the London Stock Exchange Group PLC and Toronto based TMX group Inc. announced the merger today. Bringing the two companies together will produce the second largest mining- and resource-exchange in the world. Christopher Werth explains.
Posted In: Canada, Mergers and Acquisitions

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