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    In what Husky Energy Inc. CEO Rod Peabody described as a “tough and noisy quarter on many fronts”, much of the noise came from Atlantic Canada. The Calgary-based company released its 2018 fourth quarter and annual results on Tuesday (Feb. 26) and the results were not pretty on a number of fronts. For example, its $1.3 billion ...