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Canada natives sue Shell over oil sands funding

From Economy 04:37 pm

Young Alberta Men Skip School for Work Due to High Wages in Oil Sands Industry

Young men in Alberta lost their interest in studying when the province's oil sands sectors offered them jobs whose average hourly wage increase of 21 per cent was significantly higher than the 4 per cent salary hike granted to workers in other Canadian provinces.

Gold bars

From Gold 10:41 pm

Gold Falls as Wall St Rises on U.S. Retail Sales Data

Gold fell nearly 1 percent on Tuesday, snapping a three-day winning streak, as a rally in U.S. equities that was sparked by encouraging December retail sales data dampened buying sentiment among bullion investors.

Reliance Industries KG-D6's floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel is seen off the Bay of Bengal in this undated handout photo.

From Economy 10:39 pm

Reliance Industries Eyes Oil Project in Venezuela

Reliance Industries(RELI.NS) is considering taking an 11 percent stake in one of Venezuela's biggest petroleum projects, the energy major said on Tuesday, strengthening ties between the Latin American nation and its top Indian customer.

A woman, whose child died from drinking tainted milk, holds a sign outside Shijiazhuang Intermediate People's Court

From Health 09:25 pm

Fonterra Cream Recall Triggers Doubts on New Zealand's Food Safety

Food safety in New Zealand is once again under international scrutiny after dairy giant Fonterra announced a recall of 8,700 bottles of fresh cream. Fonterra began a voluntary recall after quality tests revealed the possible contamination of E.Coli bacterium.

Oil sands opponents turn focus to Enbridge project

From Global Markets 05:31 pm

Albertans Angry at Canadian Singer Neil Young for Speaking Against Oil Sands

Canadian singer Neil Young spoke against the country's oil sands on Sunday at a news conference in Toronto before the kicked off for the first of four concerts on his Honor the Treaties tour.

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From Gold 05:06 am

Gold Rises to One-week High, Premiums Ease

Gold futures in India rose to their highest level in a week, in line with overseas markets, though a stronger rupee kept the upside limited and premiums eased a tad in the physical market ahead of a harvest festival.


From Global Markets 08:24 am

Another Recall Hits New Zealand’s Fonterra Over E. Coli Bacteria in Fresh Cream Under Anchor Brand

The nightmare that happened to New Zealand's largest company, Fonterra, in mid-2013 is recurring again on the first month of 2014. The dairy firm recalled on Monday 8,700 bottles of fresh cream sold under the Anchor brand over fears of E. Coli bacteria contamination.

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