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Canada Post reaches tentative deal with union, averting job action
Following marathon bargaining sessions that reached into the wee hours, Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers have reached tentative agreements, averting a possible mail disruption that had loomed for months.
Canada Post, union reach tentative deal; averts possible job action this week  Montreal Gazette
Local postal workers' union relieved labour dispute averted  Winnipeg Free Press  
The close: TSX finishes flat as gold producers drag
Canadian stocks were little changed on on Tuesday after erasing an advance, as gold producers tumbled with the metal, overshadowing gains in Potash Corp.
TSX pushes higher, led by financials and fertilizer stocks
North American stock markets flatten amid no economic news; gold, oil also slide  CTV News
Agrium Inc, Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc thinking long term with confirmed ...
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. and Agrium Inc. confirmed they are in talks about a possible “merger of equals” Tuesday, a tie-up that could give the Canadian agricultural giants added clout if potash prices eventually recover, industry watchers say.
Rival bids would deepen intrigue in potash saga  The Globe and Mail
Cross-border tug of war shaping up over potential Potash Corp., Agrium merger  Calgary Herald
City says it's close to Metro Line fix despite missed deadline
The city has a potential fix in place that could get the Metro Line running at full speed, but it won't be ready in time to meet the latest deadline for Aug 31.
Metro Line LRT misses another deadline for running at full speed
City hopes software upgrade will fix Edmonton's Metro Line LRT bugs  Edmonton Journal
Vancouver housing market softening while Toronto getting even stronger, TD says
TORONTO - A new study suggests the two hottest real estate markets in Canada appear to be headed in different directions, as Vancouver softens and Toronto looks to maintain its momentum.
Vancouver foreign buyers tax was the right move: Scotiabank CEO
Canadian housing affordability deteriorates the most in six years amid ...  Montreal Gazette
Energy East hearings put on hold over complaints against NEB members
The federal energy regulator has suspended its environmental assessment hearings of the controversial Energy East project as the heated political battle in Quebec threatens to derail the $15.7-billion pipeline proposal.
NEB protesters substitute disorder for reasoned argument  National Post
Editorial: Energy East protesters go too far  Calgary Herald
Vandals cut down Surrey hydro poles to steal copper
Vandals cut down two hydro poles in Surrey last weekend, then stripped the transformers of their copper wire, according to BC Hydro.
Thieves use chainsaws to down power poles and strip copper in Surrey  Vancouver Sun
Thieves cut down two BC Hydro power poles in Surrey; RCMP investigating
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson makes Northlands pitch
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson is proposing to study converting Rexall Place into an amateur ice arena. By: Ryan Tumilty Metro Published on Tue Aug 30 2016 09:20:48.
Edmonton mayor uses blog to propose his own fix for Northlands site
Iveson seeks feedback on Northlands' plan that includes multiplex arena ...  Edmonton Sun
Keep calm and wait for the growth-fee report, Bowman urges
Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman is urging the city's development industry to wait to see a report about new growth fees before drawing any conclusions about it.
Questions for city and mayor remain before Winnipeg growth-fee report release
Lukes questions consultation process over new growth fees  CTV News
Kitchener auto interiors company Mitchell Plastics to expand thanks to ...
A Kitchener automotive parts company will expand and create jobs thanks to funding from the province. Kitchener Centre MPP Daiene Vernile and Cambridge MPP Kathryn McGarry announced $1.5 million in funding for Mitchell Plastics to help create 62 new ...
Mitchell Plastics expansion in Kitchener gets boost from province  Waterloo Record
Ontario Partnering with Mitchell Plastics to Create Jobs  Government of Ontario News