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Litigation blocked every attempt to develop St-Hubert airport for five long years.
But after last week’s out-of-court settlement of four lawsuits against the airport by many of its users, led by Pascan Aviation, it’s time to forgive and forge ahead, participants said Friday. 490 more words
Much has been said and written about the benefits of Canada being part of the global energy matrix.
The fact Canadian oilsands production is repeatedly mentioned as a source of growing oil supply on the world stage by the International Energy Agency and others is a source of pride. 1,268 more words
The oldest family-owned business in Westport is going out of business.
Silver’s — which since 1951 has stood in Compo Acres Shopping Center, and provided countless customers with untold holiday, birthday, wedding and graduation gifts (plus luggage, pens and plaques) — will close. 225 more words
By Lauren Krugel
The Canadian Press
For International Motor Cars, a luxury dealership in Calgary, the oilpatch is big business.
But as crude prices have shifted into a lower gear, so too has demand for posh rides from energy industry customers, said general sales manager David Baker. 562 more words