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Budget 2017's economic forecasts are timid and that spells good news for ...
Economists say Budget 2017 is based on some cautious assumptions about the pace of Canada's economic growth. Ottawa's timidity is important because it just might keep your taxes from going up.
'We'll get there': Morneau on more transparency for gender-based ...  Times Colonist
Federal budget positions Canada to lure scientists from US and Britain  The Globe and Mail
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State Department set to approve Keystone XL
The U.S. State Department is poised to approve TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone XL pipeline, moving the $8-billion (U.S.) project one big step closer to reality.
Controversial Keystone XL pipeline may finally get US approval tomorrow ...  Financial Post
Trump administration expected to approve Keystone XL today  CTV News
NS man's personalized licence plate deemed 'socially unacceptable'
Lorne Grabher is very proud of his unique family name, which comes from German origins. It's displayed on the front of his house, as well as on his personalized licence plate.
Man's 'GRABHER' license plate nixed by NS  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Too rude for the road — government yanks man's last name from licence ...  CBC.ca
Air Miles alerts members someone is stealing cash miles
Air Miles is warning members that thieves have managed to steal cash miles from some collectors. The theft happened in a "small number" of cases when points were used to buy products in stores, says the rewards program.
Air Miles alerts its members that cash miles have been stolen from some members  Montreal Gazette
Air Miles suspends redemption of Cash Miles in stores after some are ' ...  CTV News
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley blasts Sask. tax hike, budget cuts
The tax hikes and cuts to the public sector proposed in Saskatchewan's latest budget will hurt middle-income families and would never fly next door, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says.
Rachel Notley fights back against O'Leary comments: ' ...  Globalnews.ca
Does Saskatchewan's mean-spirited budget mean Brad Wall is eyeing the exit?  rabble.ca (blog)
Okanagan getting more provincial campsites
The Ministry of Environment has announced the creation of 55 more provincial campsites across the Okanagan. The new campsites will be available for this summer's camping season and are located in: • Okanagan Lake South Provincial Park near ...
Dozens of new campsites to open at Island parks  Times Colonist
Dozens of new campsites  Castanet.net
Kelly Sutherland tops bids at Rangeland Derby Canvas Auction
Although he didn't fare very well during the 2016 GMC Rangeland Derby, things are looking up for Kelly Sutherland heading into his swansong at the Calgary Stampede.
Calgary Stampede chuckwagon tarp auction drives to a wire-beater win  Times Colonist
Stampede chuckwagon auction proceeds up slightly  CBC.ca
Husky could be fined $1M per day for Saskatchewan oil spill
An investigation into a major oil spill in Saskatchewan last year has been handed over to Crown prosecutors. Government officials said the investigation is not criminal, but could result in fines of up to $1 million per day for Husky Energy, the ...
Saskatchewan Justice reviewing whether charges warranted in Husky oil spill  Calgary Herald
Saskatchewan reviewing pipeline rules, possible charges in wake of Husky spill  BNN
STC shutdown leaves up to 300 cancer treatment patients looking for a ride
Cancer patients who rely on Saskatchewan Transportation Company services to get to treatment in Regina and Saskatoon will have to find a new ride come June 1. The province announced on Wednesday it was "winding down" STC, leaving 224 people out ...
Debate rolls on in loss of Saskatchewan Transportation Company  Regina Leader-Post
Rural seniors hit hard by STC shutdown  650 CKOM News Talk Radio
Canada trade agency picks Singapore for Asia gateway as TPP flounders
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Canada's trade finance agency is launching its first global branch in Singapore as the country steps up efforts to boost business ties with Asia following the withdrawal of the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP ...
Canadian export credit agency sets up first global branch in Singapore  The Straits Times
Burlington economic forecast talk to feature chief economist Peter Hall  InsideHalton.com