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Jennifer Kwan

U.S. 'fiscal cliff' may help explain weak exports: Bank of Canada

06 Mar 2014

VICTORIA, British Columbia Canadian exports were unexpectedly weak over the past two years, partly due to U.S. budget cuts and the expiration of tax breaks known as the "fiscal cliff," that took effect early last year, a senior Bank of Canada official said.

Canada bombing suspect's past: A tale of violence, drugs, punk music

04 Jul 2013

SURREY, British Columbia One of the suspects in a Canadian bomb plot is a former drug user with a history of violence, a self-styled "Muslim Punk" who also wrote songs about his love for Satan.

Canada bombing suspect's past: A tale of violence, drugs, punk music

03 Jul 2013

SURREY, British Columbia One of the suspects in a Canadian bomb plot is a former drug user with a history of violence, a self-styled "Muslim Punk" who also wrote songs about his love for Satan.

Liberals stage comeback to win in Canada's British Columbia

15 May 2013

VICTORIA, British Columbia The incumbent Liberal Party won an election in the Canadian Pacific province of British Columbia on Tuesday, in a stunning comeback that defied the pollsters who had expected voters to boot the party out of power.

Liberals stage comeback to win in Canada's British Columbia -networks

15 May 2013

VICTORIA, British Columbia, May 14 The incumbent Liberal Party won a handsome majority in the election in the Canadian Pacific province of British Columbia on Tuesday, news networks predicted, defying the pollsters who had expected voters to boot the party out of power.

Left wing set to win in Canada's BC, may reshape energy policy

09 May 2013

VICTORIA, British Columbia, May 9 The left-leaning New Democrats are set to reshape energy policy in Canada's Pacific province of British Columbia if, as expected, they seize power from the Liberals in Tuesday's elections to the provincial legislature.

Pipeline looms large as Canada's British Columbia votes

16 Apr 2013

VICTORIA, British Columbia The left-leaning New Democratic Party is leading the election race in Canada's Pacific province of British Columbia, raising new doubts about a pipeline that would take Canadian crude oil from neighboring Alberta to the coast for export to Asia.

Pipeline looms large as Canada's British Columbia votes

16 Apr 2013

VICTORIA, British Columbia, April 16 The left-leaning New Democratic Party is leading the election race in Canada's Pacific province of British Columbia, raising new doubts about a pipeline that would take Canadian crude oil from neighboring Alberta to the coast for export to Asia.

Canada's TMX looks to U.S. as next step in expansion

13 Jul 2012

TORONTO/NEW YORK Final approval of a bid for the operator of the Toronto Stock Exchange opens the door to a bigger role for the new entity in the global exchange industry, with expanding into U.S. markets apparently first on the agenda.

Analysis: Canada's TMX looks to U.S. as next step in expansion

13 Jul 2012

TORONTO/NEW YORK Final approval of a bid for the operator of the Toronto Stock Exchange opens the door to a bigger role for the new entity in the global exchange industry, with expanding into U.S. markets apparently first on the agenda.

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