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Vancouver mayor's national profile on the rise in pipeline debate
VANCOUVER -- The ever-simmering world of pipeline politics is once again threatening to boil over after the federal government approved the Trans Mountain project, as both backers and critics of the polarizing proposal mobilize for what many predict ...
How oil pipelines became one of the most divisive issues in Canadian politics  CBC.ca
Why nine Island First Nations signed Trans Mountain deals  Times Colonist
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The Low Unemployment Rate Is A Momentary Calm Before The Coming Economic Storm
On Friday the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its November jobs report, announcing that the unemployment rate had dropped to 4.6%, the lowest it's been since August 2007.
Alberta unemployment soars to nine per cent — the highest since 1994 — as ...  National Post
Unemployment rates falling nationally, provincially and especially locally  CTV News
Nutrition North failing to keep food healthy and affordable: study
A researcher has found that a federal subsidy intended to reduce astronomical food prices for northern families has resulted in stale-dated, unreliable food on store shelves without making grocery bills more affordable.
'Lives are on the line' as changes needed for Nutrition North ...  CBC.ca
Major funding announcement for Calgary Transit
A major funding announcement came from all three levels of government on the future of transit across Alberta Saturday. Politicians took a ride on Calgary Transit to announce that $500 million will be chipped in from all levels of government, not only ...
Province commits $146 million to Green Line LRT  Calgary Herald
Calgary Receives Boost in Transit Funding  630ched.com
More than 1000 rally against carbon tax at Alberta legislature
More than a thousand people were out at the Alberta legislature on Saturday to protest the carbon tax put forward by the NDP government.
Boisterous rally at the legislature calls on Rachel Notley to scrap the ...  Edmonton Sun
Hundreds of Albertans protest carbon tax at second Legislature rally  Globalnews.ca
'Making Stelco great again': A Hamilton steel company changes its name back
Just over 13 months after the U.S. Steel flags came down at the Hamilton Works steel mill, new flags bearing a new - but century-old - name went up Friday, heralding new jobs and a hoped-for new era of independence.
Stelco flags return to Hamilton  Hamilton Spectator
Stelco begins hiring to fill key roles as it prepares to operate independently  CTV News
Canada's banks weather choppy quarter and gear up for stronger U.S. in 2017
It's been a choppy quarter for Canada's big banks, and investors have reacted accordingly. Banks that have topped expectations (CIBC, Bank of Nova Scotia and National Bank) have seen their stocks rise handsomely this week.
National Bank raises dividend despite 11% drop in profit; launches bond fund ...  Financial Post
2 of Canada's 6 Largest Banks Just Did This  The Motley Fool Canada
Highway 4 west of Port Alberni remains one-lane both directions
One lane has been opened on the highway section linking Tofino and Ucluelet after a major washout Friday closed the road. A sinkhole on Highway 4 has blocked traffic for more than 24 hours.
Ucluelet/Tofino highway opens to single-lane traffic  Times Colonist
Sinkhole shuts down Highway 4 east of Ucluelet Junction  CTV Vancouver Island
Caisse and DP World partner up for shipping port investments
Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec is teaming up with marine terminal giant DP World to invest in shipping ports around the globe, starting with two hubs on Canada's West Coast.
Caisse de depot forms $5 billion investment platform with Dubai-based DP World  Financial Post
DP World partners with Quebec's Caisse to create $3.7B investment platform  Al-Bawaba
At the open: TSX flat as banks, energy slip; Wall St. wavers
Canada's main stock index was little changed in early trade on Friday as gains for gold miners were offset by a pullback in energy and financial stocks at the end of a heavy week of bank earnings and oil price gains.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX slightly higher with gold miners  Business Insider
Oil continues to climb, while gold gains back most of its losses this week  Medicine Hat News