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Alberta premier welcomes Keystone XL pipeline permit
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the presidential permit for the Keystone XL pipeline is good news for the province, bringing the multi-billion dollar project that much closer to reality.
Trump grants permit for 'incredible' Keystone XL pipeline  The Globe and Mail
Keystone XL approval in the US signals the end of the line for pipeline politics  Financial Post
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Trudeau government looks to provinces to cool red-hot housing markets in ...
A real estate sold sign hangs in front of a west-end Toronto property Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graeme Roy. What is this?
Are You A Property Investor Or Speculator? A Quick Quiz To Find Out  Huffington Post Canada
Toronto housing prices hit new highs beyond the reach of even the wealthy  HiBusiness (blog)
Annual pace of inflation lower last month as fruit and vegetable prices drop
OTTAWA -- The annual pace of inflation in Canada ticked lower in February as higher prices for gasoline were offset in part by declining costs for fresh fruit and vegetables.
Inflation rate cools to 2% in February  CBC.ca
Tame inflation indicates no rush for rate hike  The Globe and Mail
Colby Cosh: The most interesting budget of this past week wasn't Ottawa's
On Friday morning the Angus Reid Institute announced that Brad Wall has held onto his long-standing title as Confederation's most popular premier.
Gormley: Tough budget medicine won't kill the patient  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Best time to move to NL is now, says labour minister at immigration strategy ...
There is no better time to move to Newfoundland and Labrador than right now, and immigration numbers prove it, says Advanced Education, Skills and Labour Minister Gerry Byrne.
Immigration Action Plan Also Aimed at NLers Living Away  VOCM
Vancouver Sun and Province layoffs speak to the need for a guaranteed annual ...
Today, dozens more employees lost their jobs at two of Vancouver's daily newspapers. Charlie Smith. More job losses at local newspapers: it's a story that seems to keep repeating itself across the country.
Vancouver Sun and Province job cuts leave a hole in BC journalism: expert  MetroNews Canada
More than 50 Postmedia employees handed layoff notices at Vancouver Sun and ...  Globalnews.ca
Ontario's minimum wage rising to $11.60 this fall
The minimum wage in Ontario is going up again. On Oct. 1, the province's minimum wage will be increased from $11.40 per hour to $11.60 per hour.
Ontario Increasing Minimum Wage to Support Workers and Families  Government of Ontario News
Minimum wage compliance checks underway in rural sector  Smallholder
Kraft Heinz lays off 200 white-collar workers in Canada, US
PITTSBURGH -- Kraft Heinz Co. has laid off 200 white-collar workers in Canada and the United States. Michael Mullen, the company's senior vice-president of corporate and government affairs,, says the company is realigning its administrative functions ...
The battle for the soul of capitalism explained in one hostile takeover bid  CNBC
Kraft Heinz Expands Sustainability Push  Investopedia
Venezuela government 'terrified' of calling election
The late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez and his allies triumphed nearly every time voters went to the ballot box. But Chavez's successor, President Nicolas Maduro, appears to have lost interest in testing the will of the people.
Venezuela president asks UN for 'help' boosting medicine supplies  Toronto Star
Venezuela asks UN for help as medicine shortages grow severe  KSAT San Antonio
What good is 6 more months? Parents weigh in on work-leave extension
The conversation among parents at an indoor playground in Halifax is easily steered toward the federal government's new plan to extend paid parental leave from 12 months to 18 months.
Seven things to know about Canada's new parental leave benefits  The Globe and Mail
Gov. boosts maternity benefits and parental leave  HRM Canada