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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
Bank of Canada: Deputy governor Timothy Lane will give a speech at HEC Montreal on monetary policy and financial stability on Monday.
Five things to watch for in Canadian business  Mississauga
Pipeline review changes won't stall BC's LNG 'dream': Clark
Recent changes to the Canadian pipeline review process won't slow down British Columbia's liquefied natural gas push, according to Premier Christy Clark.
Five things you should know today  Financial Post
Shell to face short delay, no deferral: Natural Gas Development Minister
Asian stocks flat as investors fret over global slowdown
TOKYO - Asian stock markets were little changed Monday in thin holiday trading as investors fretted about a global economic slowdown after data showed U.S.
Asian stock markets inch higher in holiday-thinned trading
NYC to embark on annual count of street homeless  Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)
Government, oil industry reaching common ground on pipelines
Alberta energy companies and the NDP government don't always see eye to eye, but they seem to agree on one thing - the province needs more pipelines to carry its most valuable commodity to global markets.
Trans Canada Pipeline – Energy East Pipeline  The OGM (press release)
Pipeline – what about climate?  Toronto Star
New Montreal Metro train finally in service
Montreal Metro passengers had the chance this morning to do something they have never done before: board a subway car that looks different.
New m�tro train gets good reviews on first day  Montreal Gazette
Montreal commuters get to ride first AZUR train
Inside Conrad Black's mansion, now up for sale
Conrad Black announced yesterday that his Bridle Path mansion at 26 Park Lane Circle will be going up for sale. The 6.6-acre estate, which originally belonged to Black's father, has about 23,000 square feet of interior living space, nine bedrooms and ...
Conrad Black's family mansion up for sale  Toronto Sun
TSX softens on weak oil; New York Markets drop sharply
TORONTO -- North American stock markets turned lower Friday following two days of solid advances amid declining oil prices and renewed concerns over the U.S.
TSX softens on weak oil; New York markets sharply lower on economic concerns  News1130
Fourth span of Saskatoon's Traffic Bridge taken out by explosives
More of Saskatoon's iconic, yet derelict Traffic Bridge came down Sunday morning as crews used explosive charges to collapse another portion of the bridge, leaving one span left to be taken out later this year.
Phase 2 of Saskatoon's historic traffic bridge demolition goes out with ...
Northern span of Traffic Bridge comes crashing down  News Talk 650 CKOM
RCMP warn of CRA scam
The RCMP has a warning about a Canada Revenue Agency scam making its way across the country. Mounties in Strathmore, Alta., say victims are getting phone calls from someone claiming to be from the C.R.
CRA phone scam making the rounds in Alberta
RCMP Issues Warning After Coquitlam Man Falls for Phone Scam  KelownaNow
Industry emitting more gas
Provincial industrial greenhouse gas emissions rose 5.7 per cent between 2013 and 2014, according to a new report released today by the province.
BC says economic growth keeps greenhouse gas emissions hovering at two per cent  Montreal Gazette