+ Alberta Utilities Commission to launch public hearing process for Western Alberta Transmission Line
+ Enbridge to do $150 million expansion of its U.S. gulf coast facility at Venice, Louisiana
+ energy prices live link to Bloomberg.com commodities data ; oil dropped from a two-year high in New York as signs of slowing economic growth in China prompted traders to sell contracts after the biggest two-day rally since May; meanwhile, Brent crude jumped over $101/barrel on concern unrest in Egypt would disrupt Suez Canal traffic of mid-east crude
+ kudos to Scotia Capital; ranked No. 1 for the third year in a row in the Bloomberg Underwriter League Tables for Canadian Corporate Underwriting (Bonus)
+ kudos to Peter Aceto, Pres & CEO @ ING Direct Canada, named Communicator of the Year by International Association of Business Communicators
+ farewell . . . Danny Copithorne, Calgarian extraordinaire, died.He did it all, with a lot of class; former right-arm of Gerald Knowlton/Knowlton Realty, former President of the Calgary Stampede Board, and one of the gentlest hard-nosed negotiators you ever met
+ the race is on to replace Alberta’s PC Leader, Premier Ed Stelmach; names like Morton, Dinning, Redford, Griffiths, Horner and Hancock are showing up in news coverage, but it is clearly too soon to know when or how the race will shape up
+ congrats to Harold Milavsky, a.k.a. Mr. Calgary, celebrated his 80th birthday last week!
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