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TransCanada files $15-billion Nafta claim over US rejection of Keystone pipeline
TransCanada Corp. is seeking to recoup $15-billion for the Obama administration's rejection of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, in a legal claim that highlights how foreign companies can use trade deals to challenge U.S.
TransCanada launches NAFTA claim over Keystone XL rejection  CTV News
TransCanada files suit against US over Keystone XL pipeline  Deutsche Welle
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5 Ways Brexit Will Affect Canadians
At 8:27 yesterday morning, financial adviser Rona Birenbaum sent out a mass email to clients, telling them not to panic. She explains she wanted "to help them manage the inevitable emotional response to this kind of event.
UK wants free trade deal with Canada, high commissioner says
Brexit won't trigger Canadian corporate exits from Britain  Financial Post
Drone racing poised to take off in Canada
MONTREAL -- It's high-speed, high-tech racing where mid-air crashes are common -- but luckily, these pilots keep both feet on the ground.
Drones descend on Montreal in first annual expo
Canada's biggest drone race lands in Montreal
Springbank dam environmental assessment welcomed by landowners and Tsuut'ina
Albertans affected by the controversial Springbank flood mitigation project are welcoming news of a federal assessment. The province's plan to build a diversion channel and reservoir off the Elbow River west of Calgary will have to wait, after the ...
Drewry: Springbank dam would be mistake  Calgary Herald
Federal government to review Springbank Reservoir plan  CTV News
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. fined for environmental violations
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., the country's largest producer of natural gas and conventional heavy oil, has been fined $500,000 for two environmental violations in 2010 and 2012.
CNRL fined for two failures of sulfur recovery unit at Horizon facility  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Canadian Natural fined $500000 for toxic chemical releases  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
New Leaf Travel selling discount airfares again
NewLeaf Travel is back in business five months after it abruptly shut down to await a federal regulatory ruling. When it originally launched in January, NewLeaf billed itself as an alternative to airline juggernauts like Air Canada and WestJet by ...
Discount airline startup NewLeaf Travel Co Inc to launch July 25 with ...  Financial Post
NewLeaf, Ultra Low Cost Carrier, Launches July 25  Huffington Post Canada
Governments, online retailers prepare as Canada Post work stoppage looms
Canada Post service could come to a screeching halt in July as ongoing contract negotiations make little headway. Around 50,000 Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) members could be locked out or strike if an agreement is not reached by the end of ...
Canada Post disruption preparations underway  CTV News
Regina prepares for possible Canada Post shutdown
North American stock markets tumble in wake of Brexit vote
TORONTO -- The vote by Britain to leave the European Union left stock markets around the world bloodied Friday as investors braced for uncertain and volatile times in the wake of the decision.
North American Stock Markets Slammed Following Brexit Vote  Am980 London News
North American stock markets tumble
Province moves ahead with plan to provide minimum income
Ontario is moving ahead with a plan for a guaranteed minimum income for the province's most impoverished residents. next play/pause pre 1/1.
Province moves forward with pilot project for guaranteed minimum income  680 News
Hugh Segal, Champion Of Basic Income, To Design Ontario's Pilot Project  Huffington Post Canada
Job fair for new Tsawwassen Mall draws hundreds
More than 300 people lined up at Canada Place Saturday for the chance to work in retail at Metro Vancouver's newest outlet mega mall.
Tsawwassen mega-mall hoping to hire 1000 people this weekend  Vancouver Sun
Huge recruitment fair this weekend for Tsawwassen Mills mall  News1130