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Liberals ask President Trump to approve Keystone XL pipeline
Canada's natural resources minister says that he hopes the new U.S. administration will allow the Keystone XL pipeline quashed by Barack Obama to proceed, noting that all Canadian regulatory approvals are in place.
The close: TSX posts a two-week high as commodity prices rise  The Globe and Mail
Trump's 'America first' tone concerns CAPP president  Calgary Herald
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Controversial e-book sales tactic banned in Canada
Apple Inc.'s long legal struggle over alleged anti-competitive e-book pricing took another turn on Friday as the company joined a consent agreement with Canada's Competition Bureau that will ban a controversial sales tactic for three years.
E-book publishers and Apple reach new deal with Competition Bureau over pricing
3 ebook publishers and Apple reach new deal with Canadian competition ...  CTV News
Canadian home prices all about location
A for sale sign is shown outside a house for sale in Vancouver, Tuesday, Jan.3, 2017. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward). Tweet · Bookmark and Share.
Canadian retail sales, consumer price index data see weak results  The Globe and Mail
Inflation rate rises to 1.5 per cent as cheaper food offsets gas price hikes
Police investigate homicide after man found dead in West End
Winnipeg police are investigating a homicide after a man was found dead in a home on Sherbrook Street. Winnipeg police identification unit in West End.
Homicide on Sherbrook Street  Winnipeg Sun
Winnipeg police investigate second homicide of 2017  MetroNews Canada
Coming to beneath a park and school near you: a hydro substation?
BC Hydro says it must replace three aging Vancouver substations to meet the city's future power needs. The plan, which its CEO described as a "big new idea," is to build new stations underground, beneath two parks and a school.
Vancouver school and parks boards want to hear from residents on BC Hydro ...  Vancouver Sun
BC Hydro proposes underground substations
Amaya Provides Updated Full Year 2016 Guidance and Related Highlights ...
MONTREAL, Jan. 20, 2017 /CNW/ - Amaya Inc. (Nasdaq: AYA; TSX: AYA) today updated its previously announced guidance ranges for the full year 2016, provided related performance and operational highlights, and announced the retirement of its Chief ...
Amaya hikes 2016 forecast, CFO to retire  The Globe and Mail
Amaya hikes 2016 adjusted earnings estimates, announces CFO's plan to retire  News1130
Trump's protectionist policies could delay Alberta's economic recovery
Alberta's recovery from one of its deepest economic slumps could be hindered if businesses looking to invest in the province sit on the sidelines and wait to see if U.S.
Trade turnover: Alberta looks East for new markets
Alberta could look to Asia as Trump sounds protectionist notes in inaugural ...  Edmonton Sun
STM says 'lateral force' contributed to AZUR train damage
The STM says it's still too soon to say if there's a problem with new AZUR trains after a number of them were damaged on a section of the Metro's Orange line last Saturday.
Azur trains won't run until source of damage is known  CTV News
STM still has few clues about Saturday's outage, Azurs still parked  Montreal Gazette
Couillard insists REM will proceed despite environmental board's concerns
Quebec's Environmental Review Board (BAPE) is not approving the Caisse de Depot's plan to build a light rail transit system in Montreal.
Light-rail project fails to get green light from Quebec's environmental ...
New report slams planned light electric rail system
Trans Mountain pipeline customers still have chance to opt out of project
Oil companies that previously committed to using Kinder Morgan's expanded Trans Mountain pipeline still have the option to back out, if the project breaks its current $6.8 billion cost estimate, and it is almost certain to exceed that amount.
Kinder Morgan president says no plans to hire temporary foreign workers  AM900 CHML
NPA still without position on Kinder Morgan's pipeline project  Vancouver Courier