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Northern Gateway pipeline approval overturned
The Federal Court of Appeal has overturned approval of Enbridge's controversial Northern Gateway project after finding Ottawa failed to properly consult the First Nations affected by the pipeline.
Court quashes Northern Gateway approvals, leaving pipeline's fate in ...  Financial Post
Northern Gateway Decision a Huge Victory for First Nations' Rights  TheTyee.ca
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Local businesses relieved as 102 Avenue bridge nears completion
The 102 Avenue bridge project is nearing its completion, bringing relief to business owners in the area after struggling for two years of delays.
102nd Avenue over Groat Road bridge to open in early August  CBC.ca
102 ave bridge opening in sight say city officials  CKNW News Talk 980
Landowner's $129K appraisal 'irrelevant' to GTH land negotiations: Auditor's ...
For months Premier Brad Wall and his government have defended the decision of the Global Transportation Hub to pay $103,000 an acre for 204 acres of land near Regina, even though government appraisals said the land was worth far less.
Government paid too much for GTH land: Sask. provincial auditor  Yahoo News Canada (blog)
Drinking water advisory lifted for most affected residents
Thousands of residents in Saskatoon's northeast who were under a drinking water advisory for four days are now clear to drink tap water without first boiling it.
Boil water advisory lifted for most of Saskatoon, bacteria found in Pohorecky  CBC.ca
Saskatoon boil water advisory lifted in nearly all parts of the city  Globalnews.ca
Canada's GDP edges up for first time in three months, but growth spurt ...
OTTAWA - The Canadian economy has been stretched and pulled in opposite directions for many months, and April was no exception. The Alberta wildfires, which have added to lingering price-collapse disruptions in the oilpatch and, more recently, the ...
Economy bounced back in April  Toronto Star
Canada's Economy Would Be Better If Its Hockey Teams Didn't Suck So Bad  Huffington Post Canada
Gas jumps 4.5 cents, as HST change comes into effect
It's shaping up to be a tough long weekend for drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador, as gasoline prices jump 4.5 cents per litre on Friday.
Gas, Fuel Prices Up Along With HST  VOCM
Gas prices up in latest PUB report  Western Star
BC entrepreneurs most confident in Canada: CFIB
Small-business owners across the province are now the most confident in the country, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
Why the rush?  Journal Pioneer
Manitoba small-biz optimism lower than national average  MyToba
What's Open and Closed on Canada Day Friday
Whether you're planning on holding a Canada Day barbecue for the neighbours or just celebrating by yourself, you'll want to make sure you get any supplies you need ahead of time.
What's open and closed this Canada Day  660 News
What's Open And Closed On Canada Day  BlackburnNews.com
Bad timing for min-wage increase, says Alberta Chamber of Commerce
The Alberta Chamber of Commerce is concerned how the province is handling the minimum wage increase. The province laid out plans to get to a $15/hour minimum wage by 2018, with a $1 increase this year, and a $1.40 increase in both 2017 and 2018.
Calgary Chamber of Commerce says minimum wage increase may hurt those it ...  660 News
Calgary economist talks minimum wage increase 0:47  CBC.ca
Lynda Steele: A One-Point Plan To Fix Vancouver's housing mess
We've been told there's no silver bullet to reign in Vancouver's skyrocketing house prices, but one investigative journalist says he's got the next best thing.
New SFU study links foreign investment to hot housing prices  BCLocalNews