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A look at the status of pipeline projects in Canada
VANCOUVER -- The Federal Court of Appeal has overturned Ottawa's approval of the Northern Gateway project, concluding that Canada fell short in its duty to consult with aboriginals.
Nothern Gateway Pipeline Approval Overturned In Court  Huffington Post Canada
Federal Appeal Court deals blow to Northern Gateway pipeline  Business in Vancouver  
TSX edges up ahead of Canada Day weekend while Wall Street surges, healing ...
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market showed little movement ahead of the Canada Day long weekend, while Wall Street continued to surge after suffering major losses following last week's surprise Brexit vote.
Loonie slips as TSX, DOW move up in morning trade  Toronto Star
TSX rises for third straight day, up 4.2 percent for second quarter  Reuters Canada
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
How Canada's hot housing market is propping up GDP growth
Proposal calls for egg industry to phase out hen cages by 2031
EDMONTON -- The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies says proposed new rules for farms could speed up a ban on the use of small, cramped cages for egg-laying hens.
Canada to accelerate battery cage ban and introduce rigorous cage-free standards  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Animal Activists Target Farm in Oakville, Rochester  Centralia Chronicle
Power restored to 6000 people in Toronto's east end
Toronto Hydro crews have restored power for 3,000 of its customers after an outage in the city's east-end early Thursday morning.
Toronto Hydro: Power restored to most customers in east end  CTV News
About 3000 customers without power in east Toronto  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Government paid too much for GTH land: Sask. provincial auditor
The Saskatchewan government didn't do a good job acquiring land for the Global Transportation Hub near Regina and as a result paid too much, the provincial auditor says.
Province needs to do more to protect taxpayers in land deals: Provincial auditor
Auditor's report clears province of wrongdoing in GTH land deal  CTV News
Ministers divided over recommendation for northern shrimp fishery
HALIFAX -- A federal panel decision that recommends scrapping a northern shrimp policy that protects the pioneers of the multi-million dollar industry is dividing fisheries ministers in two Atlantic provinces.
Recreational food fishery gearing up to start Friday
Mixed feelings on recommendation to abolish LIFO policy on coldwater shrimp  Undercurrent News
Analysts uncertain over whether Sobeys parent's recovery plan will be enough ...
Brent Lewin/BloombergAnalysts are worried about the lack of a turnaround timeline for Sobeys' parent company after the retailer posted disastrous fourth quarter results this week.
Western expansion leads to losses for Sobeys' parent company  The Guardian Charlottetown
Sobeys parent company Empire posts massive $942.6M net loss in 4th quarter
SNC-Lavalin makes $45 million deal to sell Canadian property management ...
MONTREAL - SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. announced Thursday that it has struck a $45 million deal with Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions to sell its Canadian property management business as part of the engineering giant's strategy to run a leaner ...
SNC-Lavalin to sell Canadian property-management operations  Montreal Gazette
SNC-Lavalin sells facilities management business  REMI Network - Real Estate Management Industry Network
102nd Avenue over Groat Road bridge to open in early August
The new 102nd Avenue bridge over Groat Road is expected to open in early August instead of late September as previously anticipated, the city announced Thursday.
Troubled 102 Avenue bridge opening in August  Edmonton Journal
102 Avenue bridge could open in August  MetroNews Canada