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Cenovus buys ConocoPhillips assets for $17.7-billion
Cenovus Energy Inc. is bulking up in a $17.7-billion deal to more than double its production as the repatriation of Canada's oil sands winnows control of the resource to a handful of domestic players.
Cenovus Energy buying most of ConocoPhillips's Canadian assets for C$17.7B  Times Colonist
Cenovus to buy ConocoPhillips' Canadian assets for a massive $17.7 billion  Financial Post  
Lululemon shares plummet as retailer's outlook fades
Lululemon Athletica Inc.'s shares tumbled 17 per cent in after-hours trading after the yoga wear retailer warned of a sluggish first quarter amid stiffening competition in the so-called athleisure fashion sector.
Lululemon shares drop after weak outlook  CTV News
Lululemon warns of 'slow start' to 2017, despite double-digit ...  Financial Post
VIA Rail hits the brakes on $150 youth passes after website crashes
A promotional offer by VIA Rail in honour Canada's 150th has been temporarily suspended after “high demand” for the product caused the site to crash.
High demand for youth pass derails Via Rail website  Toronto Sun
Via Rail Just Made Travelling Canada By Train In 2017 So Much Better  Huffington Post Canada
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall's wooing of AB energy companies must be taken ...
FILE PHOTO: President and CEO Mary Moran delivers the Calgary Economic Development's Report to the Community at the Telus Convention Centre, 2016.
Premier Brad Wall invites Calgary energy companies to relocate to Saskatchewan  The Globe and Mail
Toronto council approves new bylaw to protect tenants
Rules come into force on July 1 and would force building owners to track tenant complaints, respond quickly to requests for repairs and provide effective pest control.
New 'landmark' Toronto bylaw promises to protect tenant rights
Council approves new bylaw aimed at cracking down on bad apartment landlords  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Reducing size of Greenbelt not on the table, Wynne says
Reducing the Greenbelt lands is not one of the options Ontario's Liberal government is considering as it tackles a housing shortage in the province, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Wednesday.
Wynne's 'go-bold' re-election strategy: Hepburn  Toronto Star
Wind still fills sails of Wynne arrogance  St. Catharines Standard
Landslide halts Amtrak train service between Seattle and Vancouver
A landslide in South Surrey, B.C., has shut down Amtrak train service between Vancouver and Seattle. Amtrak said BNSF, which owns the railway, has suspended railway traffic on the tracks until Friday, March 31.
Landslides halt Amtrak service between Seattle and Vancouver
Landslides near White Rock temporarily suspends Amtrak service between ...
Ontario Teachers Pension Plan favours minds over machines
In an era when an increasing number of investors are embracing passive investments such as index funds, the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan is putting its faith in its people by allocating more capital to active investment strategies.
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan dealmakers won't 'head for the ...  Financial Post
Top investor warns Canada, US infrastructure plans to take time  Reuters Canada
Prime Minister Trudeau heading to Windsor for Ford announcement
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to be alongside Ford officials when they plan to make an announcement during a visit to Essex Engine Plant on Thursday.
Trudeau, Wynne to make announcement at Essex Engine Plant  CTV News
President Trump Likes Taking Credit for Jobs. Here Are the Facts  Fortune
China, EU reaffirm climate action after Trump backs away
Nations led by China and the European Union rallied around a global plan to slow climate change on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump began undoing Obama-era plans for deep cuts in U.S.
Trump's promise to bring back coal jobs 'will not be kept,' ...  Toronto Star
Policy Shift Helps Coal, but Other Forces May Limit Effect  New York Times