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Federal government invests $150 million for affordable housing in BC
The federal government has announced it will invest $150 million in affordable housing in British Columbia, as real estate prices in the province continue to skyrocket.
Feds ponying up $150m over next two years toward affordable housing in BC  Vancouver Sun
National housing strategy could be set by end of year, federal minister says  The Globe and Mail (subscription)  
Government of Canada to invest hundreds of millions to improve the Trent ...
There is big news for boaters who use the Trent-Severn Waterway. Today the Federal Government announced it will invest close to $270 million to improve the multi-lock system.
Port Severn gets share of $270-million fund for Trent-Severn upgrades
$270-million investment for Trent-Severn Waterway  Kawartha Media Group
Regina prepares for possible Canada Post shutdown
The City of Regina and other organizations in the city are making contingency plans ahead of a possible Canada Post strike this summer.
NEW CUP-W Demonstrations as Canada Post Strike Looms  VOCM
Gates fears for consequences of Canada Post strike  News Talk 610 CKTB
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. fined for environmental violations
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., the country's largest producer of natural gas and conventional heavy oil, has been fined $500,000 for two environmental violations in 2010 and 2012.
CNRL fined for two failures of sulfur recovery unit at Horizon facility  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Canadian Natural fined $500000 for toxic chemical releases  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
TransCanada takes next step to get $15 billion for Keystone XL rejection
A yard in Gascoyne, ND., which has hundreds of kilometres of pipes stacked inside it that are supposed to go into the Keystone XL pipeline, is shown on Wednesday April 22, 2015.
TransCanada files $15-billion NAFTA claim over US rejection of Keystone pipeline  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
TransCanada formally seeks NAFTA damages in Keystone XL rejection
Crude Oil, Gold Prices Aim in Opposite Directions After Brexit Jolt
Crude oil prices fell alongside stock prices while gold prices surged amid last week's Brexit-fueled risk aversion . More of the same continued after the weekend.
Oil extends slide on worries about impact of Brexit
Brent, NYMEX crude weaker in Asia as investors cautious after Brexit
Boil-water advisory for Richmond-area well users
Water Ottawa Public Health has issued a boil-water advisory for users of the communal well water system in the Kings Park community in Richmond.
Boil water advisory lifted for Richmond communal well (press release) (blog)
Precautionary boil-water advisory in effect for Kings Park community
'Kind of crazy' a service doesn't already exist to get tourists outside of ...
A new shuttle service called Alternative Routes aims to address a lack of public transit in the province, and show tourists more of what Nova Scotia has to offer, outside of the capital city.
Eye on Environment  Kings County Register/Advertiser
Mortgage qualification loophole puts all Canadians at risk
If the Canadian housing market were to crash it would be catastrophic. At least, that's the synopsis of the latest Moody's Investors Service report.
The best mortgage rates
8 costly mortgage misunderstandings
Panama Canal officially opens after $5.25B expansion
Fireworks exploded as a huge container ship made an inaugural passage through the newly expanded Panama Canal on Sunday, formally launching the Central American nation's multibillion-dollar bet on a bright economic future despite tough times for ...
Monjasa: Five Insights on How the Panama Canal Expansion Affects the Local ...  Ship & Bunker
Amidst doubts and muted festivities, Panama inaugurates its expanded canal  The Independent