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Angry Air Miles collectors demand back points they rushed to use on 'junk'
On Thursday, Air Miles cancelled its controversial expiry policy. But the move is only fuelling the fury for many collectors who used their points on stuff they didn't really want to beat the clock.
'A whole new … frustration': Air Miles faces fresh backlash  The Globe and Mail
Air Miles collectors who used up points they thought would expire are now ...
Unemployment rates falling nationally, provincially and especially locally
The Canadian labour market topped expectations by adding another 10,700 jobs last month and dropping the unemployment rate to 6.8 per cent -- but the latest numbers raise questions about the quality of the work.
Gary Lamphier: Latest dismal job report highlights need for new pipelines  Ottawa Citizen
Canada's jobless rate falls to 6.8%, 11000 jobs created in November
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley defends Trans Mountain pipeline expansion ahead ...
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley speaks to reporters on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday. Notley says she will head to British Columbia as early as next week to make the case for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
BC tackles campaign finance reform — without turning off taps on 'big ...  The Globe and Mail
Rachel Notley talks pipelines in 1-on-1 interview ahead of trip to B.C.
Coast guard wants oil removed from shipwreck off Newfoundland coast
Officials say it's too early to tell how much removing the fuel would cost, but that it was "safe to assume" it would take more than the $6 million allotted to conduct last summer's assessment.
Technical assessment report released for Manolis L.  The Telegram
Stelco begins hiring to fill key roles as it prepares to operate independently
HAMILTON - The Stelco name is back and the southern Ontario steelmaker says it has launched a hiring program as it prepares to resume functions that have been performed outside the country while it has been a subsidiary of U.S.
'The new flag is going up' U.S Steel changes name back to Stelco  CHCH News
Carnival's Princess Cruise Line to pay $40-million for dumping
Carnival Corp.'s Princess Cruise Lines unit agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges over waste dumped from one of its ships and pay $40-million (U.
Cruise line which stops in Vancouver fined $40-million US for secret pollution  News1130
That 'free cruise' robocall could get you up to $500 as part of $76M ...  Chicago Tribune
Government set to cede Sir John Carling site after politicians unite on ...
Heritage Minister M�lanie Joly says the federal government will make the former Sir John Carling site available to the Ottawa Hospital for its future Civic campus, according to a statement from her office.
Updated: Sir John Carling site approved for new hospital  Ottawa Citizen
NCC licks its wounds, moves on from political rejection of hospital site  Ottawa Sun
Caisse and DP World partner up for shipping port investments
Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec is teaming up with marine terminal giant DP World to invest in shipping ports around the globe, starting with two hubs on Canada's West Coast.
Caisse de depot forms $5 billion investment platform with Dubai-based DP World  Financial Post
Caisse partners with UAE firm to create $5-billion investment platform in ports  News1130
New mortgage rules fail to cool GTA housing market as prices spike in the 'burbs
The latest mortgage rule changes have failed to slow the blistering pace of home sales, according to numbers released Friday and they may have actually pushed prices higher in parts of the GTA that are still considered affordable, realtors say.
'Frustrated' buyers left out in cold as Toronto home prices soar up ...  The Globe and Mail
Home prices in Toronto region up 23 per cent in November over last year  Toronto Star
Does OPEC deal make this the right time to buy energy stocks, or are oil gains ...
AP Photo/Ronald ZakMohammed Bin Saleh Al-Sada, President of the OPEC Conference attends a news conference on Wednesday. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
At midday: TSX rises as energy stocks extend gains on oil rally  The Globe and Mail
Here's why oil prices, the Canadian dollar and stock markets are all up