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CIBC latest dealer to seek to settle with OSC, reimburse clients after ...
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is the latest financial institution to seek a rare no-contest settlement with the Ontario Securities Commission - and formulate a plan to compensate clients - after discovering inadequacies in supervision and control ...
CIBC divisions reach deal with OSC over excess client fees  The Globe and Mail
OSC announces new SME Institute webinars  Edmonton Journal
Pressure ramping up for feds, province to ensure world class spill response
Nearly two weeks after a diesel spill on the B.C. coast near Bella Bella, B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan has asked the federal government to "immediately establish strategic spill response capacity for our coast to prevent future damage to our sensitive ...
90000 litres of diesel missing from sunken tug off Bella Bella
Sunken BC tug's tanks now pumped out, thousands of litres of fuel not ...  CityNews
Grain cars tumble into Fraser River as train derails north of Yale, BC
Crews are cleaning up after a train consisting of nine grain cars and two locomotives derailed in British Columbia's Fraser Canyon Tuesday afternoon.
Train carrying grain derails beside Fraser River  CTV News
Train derailed into Fraser River near Yale, B.C.
Quebec to inject $135 million more into health and education following surplus
Premier Philippe Couillard's government will inject an additional $135 million immediately into health care and education thanks to a $2.2 billion surplus from the last fiscal year.
Quebec says it's on track for $2.2-billion surplus in current fiscal year  CTV News
Quebec says last year's budget surplus tops forecast, to cut tax  Reuters Canada
Sask. workers' compensation benefits expanded for psychological injury
Paramedics, police officers and other first responders were at the Saskatchewan Legislature on Tuesday afternoon to see their lobbying pay off as the government and Opposition came together to expand workers' compensation coverage for those suffering ...
Saskatchewan changes law to help workers with psychological injuries, PTSD  CTV News
Enough for all: Calgarians urged to take stand against poverty
One in 10 Calgarians live in poverty and an ambitious new community-driven strategy aims to change that by reducing poverty in Calgary by 50 per cent by the year 2023.
New campaign aims to reduce poverty in Calgary 50 per cent by 2023
Enough for all: Calgary organizations launch poverty reduction campaign  MetroNews Canada
Alberta finally adopts new national building code for energy efficiency
The Alberta government has updated or adopted seven new building-code changes it says will improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
New Alberta building code changes aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions  Calgary Sun
Alberta adopting new 'energy efficient' building codes
CN Rail recalls workers to prepare for the smooth handling of bumper grain crop
MONTREAL -- Canadian National Railway Co. says it has recalled laid-off employees to handle the start of what is expected to be bumper grain crops in Canada and the United States.
CN Rail revenue falls as freight volumes decline  The Globe and Mail
CN Rail revenue falls 6.5% as freight volumes decline  BNN
NS fishermen lose bid to halt testing for Bay of Fundy tidal power project
A provincial Supreme Court judge denied the stay, saying the fisherman's group has not proven the risk of irreparable harm occurring.
Fishermen lose bid to stall tidal power turbines
Tidal turbines can be put in Bay of Fundy, at least for now
Toronto taxpayers should be wary of Expo 2025's big promises
It's interesting, isn't it? Whenever some group wants to pry money from the government, it always claims that the amount that will come in far outweighs what will go out.
Advocates say advice from staff to scrap Expo 2025 bid should be ignored  CTV News
Benefits of hosting Expo 2025 outweigh risks, councillor says