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Canada : A country of northern North America. Originally inhabited by various Native American peoples, mainland Canada was explored by the English and the French beginning in the late 15th century. The French established the first permanent settlement at Port Royal (now Annapolis Royal) in 1605 but gradually lost control of eastern Canada, which was ceded to England in 1763 after the Seven Years' War. The Dominion of Canada was formed in 1867 and extended to the western provinces in 1905; Newfoundland formally joined the federation in 1949. The Statute of Westminster (1931) confirmed Canada's status as an independent nation within the Commonwealth. Ottawa is the capital and Montreal the largest city. Population: 23,343,181.

Today on Canada's Business Report...Kerry, Bush and the Canadian Economy (Canada NewsWire via Yahoo! Finance)
On today's edition of Canada's Business Report, host Robert Graham takes an extended look at the U.S. Presidential election and how the outcome could impact on the Canadian economy and the stock markets.

Canadian Superior Kicks Off Fall Drilling Program in Western Canada with Exploration and Development Success (Business Wire)
CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 1, 2004--Canadian Superior Energy Inc. ("Canadian Superior") (AMEX:SNG)(TSX:SNG) of Calgary, Alberta is pleased to report that it's stepped up exploration and development program in 2004 is continuing to pay off with success in Western Canada.

Canadian Cancer Society granted intervener status in Supreme Court of Canada case (Medical News Today)
The Canadian Cancer Society, along with 3 other national health groups, was granted intervener status for a pivotal tobacco court case that will be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada next year.

Canadian Dollar Will Average 75-78 U.S. Cents in 2005, EDC Says (Bloomberg.com)
Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Export Development Canada, the country's only government agency that publishes currency forecasts, said the Canadian dollar will average 75 to 78 U.S. cents in 2005, down from almost 82 cents now.

The Canadian soldiers who survived the 1941 attack on Hong Kong had possibly a bigger battle ahead (Medical Post Online)
On Nov. 17, 1941, the Canadian government dispatched 1,972 men in two battalions—the Royal Rifles of Canada and the Winnipeg Grenadiers—to strengthen the defences of an indefensible colony: Hong Kong.

Gennum Wins Canadian Chamber of Commerce Canada-Japan Award (Canada NewsWire via Yahoo! Finance)
Gennum Corporation , a provider of silicon integrated circuits and hybrid circuits for the video, hearing instrument and data communications markets, is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Gennum Japan Kabushiki Kaisha, was selected by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan as the recipient of the Entrepreneurship/SME Award.

Canadian pair second at Skate Canada (Slam! Sports)
HALIFAX (CP) - Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon of Montreal captured a silver medal in the ice dance Sunday to cap a solid performance by Canadians at the MasterCard Skate Canada International meet.

ING Canada eyes public listing (Datamonitor via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Finance)
ING Canada has filed a prospectus for an initial public offering of its common shares in Canada. The company will use the funds to seal its acquisition of the Allianz group's Canadian property and casualty insurance operations.

RIGZONE - Canadian Superior Kicks Off Fall Drilling Program in Western (Rigzone)
Canadian Superior Energy reports that its exploration and development program in 2004 is continuing to pay off with success in Western Canada. In Western Canada, Canadian Superior has continued its successful drilling 2004 campaign in the Drumheller area.

Canadian pair second at Skate Canada (Slam! Sports)
HALIFAX (CP) - Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon of Montreal captured a silver medal in the ice dance Sunday to cap a solid performance by Canadians at MasterCard Skate Canada International.

Canada re-introduces bill to decriminalize possession of marijuana (AFP via Yahoo! News)
The Canadian government re-introduced a bill to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana.

Canada Says No More Concessions on Wheat Board (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Trade Minister Jim Peterson said on Monday that concessions made in August at world trade talks over the Canadian Wheat Board's monopoly marketing powers were about as far as Ottawa is willing to go.


 
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