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Police begin arresting last pipeline protesters at Standing Rock
Most of the Dakota Access pipeline opponents abandoned their protest camp Wednesday ahead of a government deadline to get off the federal land, and authorities moved to arrest some who defied the order in a final show of dissent.
Multiple arrests at Dakota Access Pipeline protest site  CNN
Dakota Access protesters set camp on fire as US army moves in  Toronto Star
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Hudson's Bay Co. misled consumers on mattress prices, says Competition Bureau
Canada's Competition Bureau alleges that the Hudson's Bay Company used deceptive price claims and other tactics to mislead consumers about sales of mattress and box spring sets.
HBC denies deceptive pricing accusations from competition watchdog  Vancouver Sun
Hudson's Bay Co fights back against Canadian competition watchdog ...  Financial Post
SodaStream recalls thousands of bottles due to danger they could rupture
OTTAWA - SodaStream is recalling thousands of its bottles in Canada and the U.S. because of a danger they may rupture when a user is in the process of carbonating water.
SodaStream recalls bottles at risk of bursting
SodaStream recalls bottles for explosion risk  KSAT San Antonio
Retail sales post biggest drop in 9 months amid weak holiday spending
Canadian retail sales declined unexpectedly in December, marking the biggest drop in nine months as consumers bought fewer new cars and spent less during the holiday shopping season, putting a damper on expectations for economic growth at the year's ...
Alberta retail sales jump in December  Calgary Herald
Retail sales up for 5th month in Alberta with increases at gas stations ...
City cash will help fund Downtown Eastside Drinker's Lounge
Vancouver city councillors approved about $450,000 in mental health and addictions supports, including cash for a Drinker's Lounge in the Downtown Eastside.
City of Vancouver's new $8000 logo draws fire  AM900 CHML
Vancouver Council to vote on proposed 'Drinker's Lounge' amid ...  News Talk 770 Calgary
TransCanada revives plan for long-term, fixed-price gas shipments
A once-discarded deal between TransCanada Corp. and Western Canadian natural gas producers for lower-cost shipping to access key Ontario, Quebec and U.S.
TransCanada asks shippers to support new natural gas pipeline tolls
TransCanada offers to slash tolls by nearly half on natural gas pipeline to ...  Financial Post
City cuts 23 positions and repurposes 5 - including some management
Hamilton city officials have announced the elimination of 23 staff positions - including some management - and the repurposing of five in an effort to cut the budget.
Hamilton cuts 23 management positions to save $3.3 million for 2017 budget  HamiltonNews
Budget woes prompt management level cuts at city hall  AM900 CHML
Awards mocking wasteful spending target Ontario government, CRA and BC bridge
Canadian Taxpayers Federation Federal Director Aaron Wudrick gives the thumbs down after announcing the winners of the 19th annual Teddy Waste Awards during a news conference in Ottawa, Wednesday February 22, 2017.
Canadian Taxpayers Federation celebrates government waste
Teddy Awards highlight the worst in government waste: Canadian Taxpayers ...  640 Toronto News
Bill to ban hydro cut-offs fast-tracked
Under increasing pressure from opposition parties to act, Ontario's Liberal government moved Wednesday to ban winter hydro cut-offs.
Ontario speeds through bill to ban winter disconnections for non-payment of ...  Toronto Star
The Deregulation and Privatization of Hydro-Electric Power: Ontario's ...  Center for Research on Globalization
What's inside the retirement portfolios of the pros?
Retirement planning is top of mind for Canadians in the home stretch of this year's registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) season.
Plan to use your RRSP for a down payment on a house? Don't do it.
MONEY MATTERS: RRSPs are a brilliant deduction, Holmes  North Shore News