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Trump grants permit for 'incredible' Keystone XL pipeline
TransCanada Corp. has finally received its presidential permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline - nine years after the project was first conceived in a world of $100 (U.
It looks like the Keystone XL is finally ready to be approved by Trump ...  Financial Post
Keystone XL Timeline: Nine years of TransCanada's pipeline project  BNN  
Inflation rate cools to 2% in February
Canada's inflation rate was two per cent on an annual basis in February, a slight cooldown from January's level. The annual increase in the cost of living was largely fuelled by gas prices.
Loonie dips as inflation data support Bank of Canada's dovish stance  The Globe and Mail
Manitoba bucks trend, showing rise in inflation  Winnipeg Free Press
Liberals' Budget Makes It Clear Working Canadians Are A Priority
As I went through the details of the federal budget -- the second for this Liberal government -- and considered the new ideas and, too often, the limits placed on those ideas, one thought kept coming to mind.
Morneau leaves door open for changes to capital gains tax rates
Gender analysis overdue  Winnipeg Free Press
Arrest warrants issued for couple police allege defrauded clients of life savings
Toronto police have issued arrest warrants for a husband-and-wife team they allege defrauded some clients of their life savings as part of an investment firm they ran in Scarborough.
Ontario couple wanted for operating fraudulent investment company in Toronto ...
Husband and wife defrauded investors of life savings: police  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
I won the Toronto real estate lottery, but I'm not celebrating
Our house is 16 feet wide and 130 years old. It has a postage-stamp front yard and a patio backyard. It is attached on one side to the neighbour's identical narrow Victorian.
Morneau not finished addressing hot housing markets: 'There are clearly ...  Financial Post
Q&A: Josh Gordon, the researcher who blames buyers for rising home ...  Toronto Life
Burning tires pitched as 'locally sourced, lower carbon' fuel for Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is once again considering a plan by a cement plant owner in Brookfield to burn used tires as fuel. LaFarge Canada filed a proposal with the Department of Environment Thursday to use the scrap tires as "locally sourced, lower carbon fuels.
Finding a family doctor in Nova Scotia not getting any easier: StatsCan
Media Advisory - The Conference Board of Canada to host two business events ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Toronto stock index extends recent rally
The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up 48.34 points to 15,481.95, late this morning. The index began the week by dropping to its lowest since mid-December but registered gains Wednesday and Thursday.
Larry Berman: It's time to get defensive after a troubling budget  The Globe and Mail
Futures Higher as Oil Prices Gains
Calgary Reddit post on how stolen truck ended up at Pick-N-Pull raises ...
A Calgary story posted to social media sharing sites Reddit and Facebook is spurring questions on how auto wreckers are regulated.
Driver puzzled after stolen vehicle ends up at parts yard without VIN check  660 News
Air Miles posts letter warning cash miles stolen from some members
Air Miles has posted a letter on its website warning that criminals have stolen cash miles from some of its members. The rewards program says a small number of in-store transactions with stolen cash miles has occurred in which the criminals used them ...
Air Miles suspends Cash Miles redemption due to fraudulent activity  CityNews
Ontario natural gas rates set to rise on April 1
TORONTO -- Natural gas rates are going up April 1 for customers in Ontario, particularly for those served by Union Gas. The Ontario Energy Board approved rate increases for Union Gas that will see the average customer in the north west pay an extra $50 ...
Cost of natural gas to rise in Ontario April 1
Northern Ontario being hit harder by natural gas hike