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Foreign-buyers tax too little, too late, Vancouver mayor says
The B.C. government waited too long to crack down on soaring home prices in Vancouver, and middle-class families can now no longer afford a detached house in the city, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson says.
Has Vancouver found the solution to a super-heated housing market?  The Guardian
Toronto officials continue to monitor B.C. foreign buyers tax very closely: Tory  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
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Enbridge selling key Saskatchewan pipeline system for $1-billion
Enbridge Inc. will sell a key Saskatchewan pipeline system for $1.075-billion as it looks for financial room to help it proceed with its massive takeover of Houston-based Spectra Energy Corp.
Enbridge selling Saskatchewan pipeline assets to Tundra Energy for about $1.08B  bnn.ca
Enbridge Inc. Announces $1.075-Billion Sale of South Prairie Region Assets  Stockhouse
Oilpatch to proceed with caution despite OPEC production deal, not expecting ...
Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian PressAn oil worker holds raw oilsands near Fort McMurray, Alta. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
TSX finishes higher by 23 points, buoyed by OPEC deal optimism  CBC.ca
OPEC announcement could boost ag markets, maybe  Country Guide
Ex-city employees subcontracted to recycle winter sand
Edmonton city staff and council members are concerned that former city employees manage Sand Recycling Ltd., the company carrying out the beleaguered winter sand recycling program.
Edmonton councillors asks for 'cooling off period' policy for former ...  Globalnews.ca
Sand recycling program to be reviewed after audit  CTV News
Vancouver airport operators reject in-flight catering competition
The Vancouver Airport Authority is denying competition among in-flight catering companies, an abuse of its position that is resulting in higher prices and lower service quality, the federal Competition Bureau says.
YVR operators guilty of unfair practices, says Competition Bureau  CBC.ca
Competition Bureau goes after Vancouver Airport Authority for 'refusing ...  Financial Post
'Why did it take this long?' Clean water delivered to NS First Nation after ...
A Nova Scotia First Nation that has had thick, murky water running from its taps for years has started receiving shipments of clean drinking water from nearby communities, but residents say the problem is far from resolved.
Cape Breton reserve in need of water receiving donations from First Nation  MetroNews Canada
Eskasoni to provide bottled water for Potlotek First Nation  CBC.ca
BC city signs deal requiring bus stop ads to be half in English
Richmond, where nearly 50 per cent of the residents identify as having Chinese ancestry, signed a contract earlier this year with an advertising agency.
City of Richmond, advertiser reach deal over non-English bus stop ads  News1130
Mandatory half English bus bench ads in Richmond won't force commercial ...  News Talk 770 Calgary
Holiday shopping a reality in the Glebe
As you're making your Thanksgiving plans you can now add shopping in the Glebe to the list of possibilities. Businesses in the area not already exempt now have the option to remain open on statutory holidays, including Thanksgiving Day, New Year's Day, ...
Holiday shopping allowed in Glebe after OMB rejects labour appeal  Ottawa Citizen
Glebe to stay open Thanksgiving Monday — and 5 other holidays  CBC.ca
Uber's long and winding road to regulation in Ottawa
A new bylaw comes into effect in Ottawa on Friday regulating ride-hailing services such as Uber. Last spring, the City of Ottawa passed new "vehicle-for-hire regulations" - the first jurisdiction in Ontario to do so - to bring ride-hailing services ...
Ottawa airport offers Uber warm welcome with...  www.ottawacommunitynews.com/
NDP leader John Horgan vows to boost transit in Metro Vancouver
UBCM 2016 address by the Leader of the Opposition John Horgan on Sept. 29, 2016. [PNG Merlin Archive] UBCM. Share Adjust Comment Print.
B.C. NDP leader pledges infrastructure funding plan  Times Colonist
NDP leader John Horgan proposes $10-a-day childcare if elected  CKNW News Talk 980