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Quebec judge authorizes taxi industry-led class action against Uber
MONTREAL - Taxi companies and drivers across Quebec are claiming a first victory in their battle against Uber after a judge on Monday authorized their class action against the ride-hailing company.
Casablanca Cabbies go to War with Uber  Morocco World News
BC aims for diversified economy, as jobs targets missed on mines and LNG
VANCOUVER - Premier Christy Clark says her government's retooled jobs plan aims to make British Columbia the most diversified economy in Canada.
UBC's Santa Ono to head innovation network  Vancouver Sun
Premier shifts job focus to technology  Victoria News
The close: TSX falls on US protectionism risk, lower oil prices
Canada's main stock index fell on Monday, pressured by lower oil prices and risk of a more protectionist United States under its new president, Donald Trump.
TSX, Wall Street decline as Trump signals intent to pull from TPP  BNN
Stock markets decline as Donald Trump meets with business leaders, talks trade  TheChronicleHerald.ca
200000 litres of oil spills onto First Nations land near Stoughton
About 200,000 litres of oil spilled near Stoughton, Sask., last week. The pipeline breach occurred on First Nations land about 140 kilometres southeast of Regina.
Pipeline breach southeast of Regina leaks 200000 litres of crude oil  Calgary Herald
Pipeline spills oil on First Nations land in southeast Sask.  Globalnews.ca
Calgary caps tax hike at 5% for thousands of businesses at a cost of $45M
Thousands of mostly suburban business owners in Calgary who were facing eye-popping increases on their municipal property tax bills in 2017 will now see assessment-related hikes limited to five per cent.
City of Calgary to provide millions to businesses to offset tax hikes  CTV News
UPDATE: City's $45M cap on small-business tax a 'Band-Aid on a ...  Calgary Herald
NS government set to begin public consultations on highway twinning
The Nova Scotia government is conducting a study of eight stretches of highway in the province to determine how much it would cost to have them twinned.
Stretches along Highway 104 deemed financially feasible for twinning  CBC.ca
Tolling Nova Scotia highways will allow twinning 'decades earlier' ...  Globalnews.ca
Former CP head Harrison on track for CSX leadership, sources say
An expected leadership vacuum at CSX Corp. raises the odds Hunter Harrison will be able to take charge at the Florida-based railway without much of a fuss, analysts say.
Outgoing CP Rail boss barred from hiring managers except chief of staff  Business Insider
Avoid CSX After Hunter Harrison's PR Stunt  Seeking Alpha
Samsung details causes of Note 7 fires but questions remain
SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of -- Samsung says a thorough investigation into the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 phone has confirmed widely held suspicions that its batteries were to blame, marking a first but important step toward restoring consumer confidence.
Samsung Embarks on Share Buyback as Chips Fuel Higher Profit  Bloomberg
Samsung Q4 operating profit up 50%, announces share buyback plans  CNBC
Environmental review of light-rail project 'ignores facts and distorts reality ...
Backers of Montreal's planned light-rail project are fighting back after Quebec's environmental review agency raised a number of concerns about the proposal.
Report on light rail in Montreal 'ignores reality,' Caisse de d�p�t ...  Montreal Gazette
Caisse de depot displeased with light-rail train environmental review  CTV News
Thieves make off with Bitcoin ATM from Cartierville supermarket
Montreal police are investigating after thieves stole a Bitcoin ATM from a Cartierville supermarket Sunday night. They say the suspects smashed a window at the Euromarch� Latina, at the intersection of Laurentien Boulevard and Louisbourg Street, around ...
Bitcoin ATM stolen from Cartierville grocery store  Globalnews.ca
Thieves' smash and grab nets an ATM in Montreal  Montreal Gazette