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Rush to close home sales before tax deadline overloads land registry
The B.C. land registry website almost crashed this week as thousands of people scrambled to close real estate deals before the new tax on foreign buyers takes effect.
Foreign buyers rush to beat BC implementation of new tax  Vancouver Sun
B.C.'s proposed foreigner tax to help fund Metro Vancouver housing projects  Nanaimo News Bulletin  
Crews dig up breached Husky pipeline, cause of oil leak still unknown
The Saskatchewan government says the breach that leaked up to 250,000 litres of oil and other material into a river earlier this month has finally been found, but word on what caused it will have to wait.
Husky oil spill: Prince Albert, Sask., begins bypass line operations for ...
Prince Albert dealing with water shortage after oil spill  CTV News
Helicopter money talk takes flight as Bank of Japan runs out of runway
TOKYO The Bank of Japan's review of its monetary stimulus program promised for September has revived expectations it could adopt some form of "helicopter money", printing money for government spending to spur inflation.
The close: TSX finishes higher, fails to avoid weekly decline  The Globe and Mail
GDP May Dissuade Fed From Rate Hike
Suncor proposes leaving oil sands in ground to cut greenhouse gas emission ...
A proposal by oil sands giant Suncor Energy to leave some of its more difficult-to-produce reserves in the ground, to reduce emissions and costs, is being endorsed by environmentalists - but not by rival producer Cenovus Energy.
Suncor Energy proposes leaving oil in ground to cut greenhouse gas emissions  Toronto Star
Suncor burned by wildfire damages and slump in oil production
Port of Churchill once looked forward to 'great fleets of the future'
In the fall of 1931, crowds gathered along the shores in northern Manitoba to watch two steamships pull into the Port of Churchill.
'I don't respond to threats': Pallister on Port of Churchill closure  Winnipeg Sun
Manitoba premier suggests Churchill port owners wanted government bailout  CityNews
Contract awarded as funding plans announced for Martensville, Warman overpasses
A $60.6-million contract to build two overpasses at Martensville and Warman has been awarded to Peter Kiewit Infrastructure Co., the province announced Friday.
Martensville, Warman getting new interchanges in hopes of making commute safer
International company wins bid for Warman and Martensville overpasses
Saskatchewan crops battle through moisture
Commodity News Service Canada - Saskatchewan crops are in generally good condition despite recent wet and windy weather, says the Saskatchewan government.
Saskatchewan Crop Report
David Reevely: Ontario Liberals' carelessness leaves them vulnerable even when ...
The Ontario Liberals' record of spendy mismanagement on things like their pension program makes it hard to believe them even when they're right about things that are more important.
Huron Bruce MPP Accuses Province Of Taxing Their New Tax
Thompson Criticizes HST on Carbon Tax  Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre
Local chambers want province to reject provisions
BELLEVILLE - Leading employer groups and chambers of commerce in Belleville and Quinte West are calling on the provincial government to reject several proposals under consideration in the interim report of the government's Changing Workplaces ...
Work is changing. Workplace standards need to change too, says CLC  National Union of Public and General Employees
Chambers want to keep Ontario working  Quinte News
Teck delivers surprise profit, stock surges
Teck's Coal Mountain operations are located about 30km southeast of Sparwood in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. (Image courtesy of Teck Resources).
Teck Resources Ltd. Is up Over 400%: Will Coal Save it?  The Motley Fool Canada
Teck Resources confident about Fort Hills oil sands financing  The Globe and Mail