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More than third of Canadian homeowners struggled to pay bills in past year: survey
More than a third of Canadian homeowners were caught short at least once in the past year, unable to cover their expenses, a new survey has found.
37% of homeowners caught short of funds at least once in past year, Manulife ...
Canadian homeowners struggling to pay bills as housing costs rise: Manulife ... (press release) (registration) (blog)  
'Skinny' cable too thin? CRTC to evaluate
Regulator will hold hearings in September on whether providers are meeting the spirit of its new requirement that they offer viable basic service for $25 a month.
CRTC calls TV companies in for public hearings on $25 basic packages
CRTC continuing to monitor implementation of new basic television package ...  Montreal Gazette
TSX lifted by gains in financial, consumer staples
Toronto stocks posted a modest increase, while Wall Street indexes soared amid strength in bank and technology stocks. The Toronto Stock Exchange started a shortened trading week on a positive note, nearing an eight-month high.
Toronto stock market, Canadian dollar edge higher; New York markets soar  Montreal Gazette
Most actively traded companies on the TSX
Uber tells Quebec it's ready to compromise
Uber Quebec general manager Jean-Nicolas Guillemette prepares to testify at a legislature committee on the taxi industry, Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016 at the legislature in Quebec City.
Que. cab lobby calls out Uber as taxi industry hearings begin  CTV News
Uber ready to suspend Quebec services during Bill 100 hearings
Ottawa pushes ahead with Site C dam amid opposition from academics
The federal government has rejected a call from the Royal Society of Canada and some 250 scientists and academics to put a halt to British Columbia's Site C hydroelectric project despite concerns that the federal-provincial approval in 2014 ignored ...
250 Canadian university professors and Royal Society of Canada speaking out ...  Montreal Gazette
More than 250 Canadian scientists and professors sign letter objecting to ...
Alberta brings in carbon levy legislation, estimates higher cost to families
EDMONTON -- Alberta has put forward legislation to implement its multibillion-dollar carbon levy, with new estimates hiking the cost to families to as much as $443 next year.
Update: Alberta families will pay more under climate change bill's ...  Edmonton Journal
Braid: The NDP's 1st birthday selfie — a climate bill from on high  Calgary Herald
Attack of the cankerworms: Regina spraying pesky tree-eating insects
There was a lot of complaining in Regina over the long weekend about the appetite of insects. Tent caterpillars and cankerworms arrived a bit earlier and are eating their way through the leaves on the city's trees.
Spraying for canker worms and tent caterpillars underway in Regina  CTV News
Regina begins spraying to control cankerworms and tent caterpillars
City administration presents Metro LRT Line report to Council
A little bit of bright news for the Metro LRT Line, City Council received a report with some changes for the problem-plagued line Tuesday - but many, including Edmontonians and councillors, were clearly frustrated.
Update: Edmonton's Metro Line LRT won't run full speed until August  Edmonton Journal
More problems for Metro Line: audit
TransLink seeking public input on transit fares
TransLink wants to know what you think about transit fares and how they're structured. It's launching the first comprehensive review of transit fare policy in 30 years.
Commuter input wanted: TransLink launches first fare review in 30 years  CTV News
Have your say in TransLink fare structure  The Tri-City News
Bombardier delays force Waterloo to push back LRT opening
Waterloo Region's purchase of 14 light vehicles is part of a larger order spearheaded by provincial transit agency Metrolinx for 182 vehicles, including ones slated to run on the Eglinton Crosstown.
'Major problems' with vehicle manufacturing delay LRT launch  CTV News
LRT delayed until early 2018 due to Bombardier train delays