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Dallas Cowboys worth $4 billion to top list of all sports franchises in the world

NEW YORK The Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable sports franchise in the world at a worth of $4 billion, according to Forbes magazine.

America’s Team heads the list of NFL teams for the ninth consecutive year and is first overall among all sports teams for the first time since 2007. The Cowboys made a record NFL revenue of $620 million last season.

Enbridge agrees not to ship heavy crude oil through Great Lakes pipeline in Michigan

MACKINAW CITY, Mich. A company that ships oil through the Great Lakes pledged Thursday to keep heavy crude out of a pipeline in northern Michigan.

Enbridge Energy already doesn’t transport heavy crude in the Straits of Mackinac. The deal signed with state officials preserves the status quo and requires a 180-day notice if changes are proposed.

McDonald’s Canada has no plans for all-day breakfast after American launch

TORONTO — McDonald’s Canada has bad news for those looking to get their Egg McMuffin fix past 11 a.m.

Spokeswoman Lisa Hutniak said the company has no plans to offer an all-day breakfast despite the brand’s announcement that its American restaurants will introduce the option Oct. 6.

Saskatchewan projecting $292M deficit; province blames wildfires, low oil prices

REGINA — Saskatchewan is forecasting a $292-million deficit this year mainly due to low oil prices and the cost of fighting wildfires that forced thousands of people from their homes this summer.

Finance Minister Kevin Doherty announced the red ink Monday in the province’s first-quarter report for the 2015-16 fiscal year.

Energy demands meet competing supply options as premiers, governors gather

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — New England’s growing need for more affordable, cleaner electricity met competing Canadian solutions as eastern governors and premiers gathered Monday.

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard quoted one of his predecessors, Robert Bourassa, as he summed up the dilemma for the six governors attending the annual conference of regional leaders in St. John’s, N.L.