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Canadian police arrest Toronto man suspected of spying for China

Dec 02 2013

TORONTO Canadian police have arrested a Toronto man suspected of seeking to give China classified information about Canadian shipbuilding procurement policies, security officials said on Sunday.

Canadian police arrest Toronto man on suspicion of spying for China

Dec 01 2013

TORONTO Canadian police have arrested a Toronto man suspected of seeking to give China classified information about Canadian shipbuilding procurement policies, security officials said on Sunday.

Canadian police arrest Toronto man on suspicion of spying for China

Dec 01 2013

TORONTO Canadian police have arrested a Toronto man suspected of seeking to give China classified information about Canadian shipbuilding procurement policies, security officials said on Sunday.

Ontario Liberals pick province's first woman premier

Jan 26 2013

TORONTO, Jan 26 Ontario's Liberals on Saturday chose a former Cabinet minister to become the province's first female premier and first openly gay leader of a Canadian province.

RIM CEO sees new BlackBerry powering growth

Nov 15 2012

WATERLOO, Ontario A new line of BlackBerry 10 devices will provide Research In Motion with a framework for growth over the next decade, offering long-term value for unhappy shareholders, Chief Executive Thorsten Heins said on Wednesday. | Video

RIM CEO sees new BlackBerry powering growth

Nov 14 2012

WATERLOO, Ontario A new line of BlackBerry 10 devices will provide Research In Motion with a framework for growth over the next decade, offering long-term value for unhappy shareholders, Chief Executive Thorsten Heins said on Wednesday.

RIM CEO sees new BlackBerry powering growth

Nov 14 2012

WATERLOO, Ontario A new line of BlackBerry 10 devices will provide Research In Motion with a framework for growth over the next decade, offering long-term value for unhappy shareholders, Chief Executive Thorsten Heins said on Wednesday.

RIM CEO sees new BlackBerry powering growth

Nov 14 2012

WATERLOO, Ontario A new line of BlackBerry 10 devices will provide Research In Motion with a framework for growth over the next decade, offering long-term value for unhappy shareholders, Chief Executive Thorsten Heins said on Wednesday.

Air Canada turns to labor board as pilots call in sick

Mar 18 2012

TORONTO, March 18 Air Canada has asked the government's labor relations board to intervene after an unusually large number of pilots called in sick on a busy spring-break weekend, contributing to numerous flight cancellations, Canada's largest airline said on Sunday.

Canada PM wants RIM to grow as 'a Canadian company'

Feb 03 2012

OTTAWA Canada's prime minister drew an apparent line in the sand on foreign takeovers on Friday, saying he wanted to see BlackBerry maker Research In Motion grow "as a Canadian company" and questioning whether hostile takeovers of key domestic firms are in the country's best interests.

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