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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
A look at the status of pipeline projects in Canada  CTV News
Toronto Star  
Troubled 102 Avenue bridge will open faster than expected, but affected ...
Steel beams buckled in March 2015 on the new 102 Avenue bridge over Groat Road, delaying the project by about 10 months. Bruce Edwards / Edmonton Journal.
Local businesses relieved as 102 Avenue bridge nears completion  CTV News
102 ave bridge opening in sight say city officials  CKNW News Talk 980
PEI premier looking forward to 'historic' meeting
The four Atlantic premiers and some federal ministers will meet Monday on P.E.I.. They won't be meeting in a conference room or an office, they'll be meeting in a barn on Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay's property.
Why the rush?  Journal Pioneer
BC entrepreneurs most confident in Canada: CFIB  Business in Vancouver
Canada's Economy Would Be Better If Its Hockey Teams Didn't Suck So Bad
OTTAWA - The Canadian economy edged up 0.1 per cent in April - no thanks to the country's NHL teams, which were shut out of the playoffs this year.
Economy bounced back in April  Toronto Star
After the oil crash, Albertans rush to bankruptcy in droves  National Observer
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
Sobeys parent company Empire posts massive $942.6M net loss in 4th quarter
Empire Company Ltd., parent of the Sobeys supermarket chain, has reported a massive fourth-quarter net loss of more than $900 million, citing challenges related to its Canada Safeway acquisition in Western Canada.
Is Sobeys's Loss Loblaw Companies Limited's Gain?  The Motley Fool Canada
Western expansion leads to losses for Sobeys' parent company  The Guardian Charlottetown
Maclean's on the Hill, July 1 edition: Obama, beef, visas, pot.
Each week, the Maclean's Ottawa bureau sits down to discuss the news of the week. And what a week it was! U.S. President Barack Obama travelled to Canada and delivered a historic speech to Parliament.
B.C. cattle ranchers cheer access to Mexico  Kamloops This Week
Scrapping Mexican visa a mistake  Toronto Sun
Calgary Chamber of Commerce says minimum wage increase may hurt those it aims ...
Officials within the Calgary Chamber of Commerce are sounding the alarm over the provincial government's plans to raise the minimum wage.
Bad timing for min-wage increase, says Alberta Chamber of Commerce  News Talk 770 Calgary
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.
Foreign money affects Vancouver housing: study  Waterloo Record
Crops in good to excellent condition across Saskatchewan
Favourable growing conditions are having a positive effect on crops across Saskatchewan, which are reported to be in good to excellent condition and at normal stage of development for this time of year.
Crop development good to excellent, some disease and flooding reported  Grainews
Crops in Saskatchewan are rated good to excellent this week  620 CKRM.com