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Toronto 2012: more guns, fewer resources
Toronto's new financial and political reality raises questions about the future of the priority neighbourhood approach, which advocates say helped tamp down youth crime until this summer's spike in shootings.
AFN front-runner blasts chiefs for 'comfortable' relationship with Ottawa
Ovide Mercredi , a former Assembly of First Nations national chief who played a key role in resolving the Oka crisis, defended Mr. Atleo's diplomatic approach towards Ottawa. “I would not support Atleo if he was close to the government,” Mr. Mercredi ...
First Nations 'will not compromise': Chief Shawn Atleo sends blunt ...  National Post
My 'Teflon' boss blames me for his unpopular decisions
Two years ago, I was promoted to the first rung of management in a government job. My boss is in charge of the workplace, which is in a remote area and subject to oversight from district headquarters.
Road Tolls Won't Solve Traffic Woes
A wiser approach to reducing traffic demand is to offer alternatives. The overall structure for this is designing communities that are more conducive to other forms of transportation.
Retiree has a passion for investing
“I would describe my investment approach as eclectic,” Mr. Brodeur says. “When I was a professional manager, I had access to a fundamental research team which provided superior financial analysis.
Alberta brushes off BC's new pipeline criteria
"Given that B.C. would shoulder 100 per cent of the marine risk and a significant portion of the land-based risk, we do not feel the current approach to sharing these benefits is appropriate," Lake said. "British Columbians are fair and reasonable, but ...
Energy, health care dominate agenda on eve of premiers summit  Globe and Mail
BC demands fair share of pipeline revenue, sparking showdown with Alberta  Vancouver Sun
Forest issue? There's an app for that
From bucksaws to chainsaws to mechanized falling machines, British Columbia's logging industry has seen huge advances since the founding of the provincial government's forest service in 1912.
Environment ministers tour new oil sands monitoring sites
The new approach includes looking for hazardous chemicals ignored under the old plan and extends the geographic reach into Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories.
Bolivian government rethinks Canadian mine in wake of violent protests
Bolivia's President Evo Morales is in favour of revoking a Canadian mining company's licence in the wake of violent protests against the project, a government minister said Sunday.
Suncor focusing on project costs under new CEO
CALGARY - Suncor Energy Inc., Canada's largest and most aggressive oil sands producer, may delay plans to rapidly expand bitumen production from northern Alberta.