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by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 15, 2016 6:01 am MDT Last Updated Nov 15, 2016 at 7:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TransCanada ends Mainline open season, open season bids fall short CALGARY – TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP) says it’s not going ahead with a plan for new lower-priced long-term contracts for Alberta natural gas shippers that want to use its Canadian Mainline system.The company says the “open season” resulted in bids that fell well short of the volumes required to make the plan viable.The Canadian Mainline system extends from the Empress receipt point in Alberta to the Dawn hub, near Sarnia, Ont.The proposal for a new round of binding commitments did not affect current contracts already in place for the system.TransCanada says the Canadian Mainline system continues to be commercially supported and an important piece of energy infrastructure. read more

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first_imgWhen the guy told me, I stopped the car to see. My colleague and I found that a dog was still alive.The dog – since renamed Victory – had broken through the bumper and was lodged inside it. She was taken to a clinic for treatment, where vet Lorena de Oliveira Figueira described her as “blessed by God”.Victory is now seeking a new adoptive family.Fan granted iTunes refund on ‘homophobic’ James Arthur album>Guy makes Beastie Boys music video while on holidays with his mam> A VERY LUCKY dog has survived a 90km journey hanging from a car bumper after being hit by a driver in Brazil.The female animal – who came through the ordeal with just a broken leg – is now looking for a new adoptive home.Driver Julius Caesar Smith, 35, struck the dog in the Itapetinga area earlier this week. He told G1 Globo that he noticed the bump, but did not stop as it was on a dangerous series of bends and he assumed the dog was dead.Some 90km later, Smith was signalled by another driver that there was something lodged in the bumper of his car. He said:last_img read more

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