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Quebec agriculture minister promises help for apple farmers affected by blight
Quebec government officials said they are working with those in the apple industry to fight a plant disease affecting orchards in the Laurentians.
Quebec orchards worry 'very contagious' blight could spell bad apple ...
Blight epidemic: Quebec supports apple growers  Montreal Gazette
BC Liberals face housing balancing act, say experts
VANCOUVER - British Columbia's Liberal government must walk a fine line between creating affordable housing and causing a crash, as real estate prices loom large over next year's election, experts say.
Christy Clark's plan to makes homes affordable: will it work?  The Province
Public Accounts Notebook: Donations, Real Estate, Clark's Flights and More
Subway closed on Line 2 between Broadview, Main Street stations for track work ...
Subway service is suspended between Broadview and Main Street stations on Line 2 due to scheduled track work. There will be shuttle buses for passengers who take Line 2 that will only stop at subway stations along the route.
Inside the TTC's fight to keep riders cool on Line 2  Toronto Sun
Portion of Line 2 Bloor-Danforth subway shut on Sunday
Canadian ministers vow to develop new agricultural policy framework at Calgary ...
After two days of meetings in Calgary, Canada's agriculture ministers have pledged to develop a new agricultural policy framework, with the current one set to expire in 2018.
Government will listen to farmers as it drafts climate policy: Ag Minister  Calgary Herald
Agriculture ministers conclude meeting in Calgary with pledge to open markets
Oil-drenched birds treated near site of Husky pipeline leak in Saskatchewan
Three birds drenched in oil have been brought in for treatment at an animal shelter near the site of a pipeline leak that spilled 200,000 litres of oil and chemicals into the North Saskatchewan River on Thursday.
Efforts made to save oil-soaked wildlife after spill by Maidstone, Sask.
Prince Albert readies water supply as oil spill approaches
Census 2016 completion rate at 98 per cent, early results suggest
A Statistics Canada 2016 Census sits on the key board of a computer after arriving in the mail at a home in Ottawa in a May 2, 2016.
Statistics Canada to test texting as one way to stop major information ...  Toronto Star
BoC 'firmly on hold' as inflation rate holds steady, retail sales rise  The Globe and Mail
Air Transat flight attendants vote in favour of new agreement
Air Transat flight attendants have voted in favour of a new contract with the Montreal-based company, their union says. The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) says 61 per cent of employees voted in favour of a mediator's recommendation to end ...
Air Transat flight attendants have a new collective agreement  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Air Transat flight attendants ratify agreement-in-principle to renew their ...  Stockhouse
Trending on Kinder Morgan and Caterpillar Resilience Draw Attention analyzes the search patterns of our visitors each week. By sharing these trends with our readers, we hope to provide insights into what the financial world is concerned about and how to position your portfolio.
Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) is Trading Lower on Unusual Volume for July 21
Trudeau government denies conflict after appointing former Kinder Morgan ...  National Observer
Battle over GMO labelling on Canadian horizon
One of the final pieces of legislation outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama will bring into force is mandatory labelling for foods made from genetically modified ingredients.
The US Congress: GMO Sellouts  American Free Press
Your Views for July 24  Hawaii Tribune Herald
Never mind the facts, buy on the promise
Fuelled by the promise again of more cheap money, it's been the classic "buy first, ask questions later" rally that's caught many investors on the hop.
Here's Why Bond Yields Continue to Stay Depressed  ETF Daily News