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What's next for Pacific NorthWest LNG project? 4 questions answered
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet colleagues signed off on one of the largest energy infrastructure projects in this country's history this week, but now attention turns to whether shovels will ever actually hit the ground to build the ...
What the LNG pipeline approval tells us about Trudeau's Liberals: H´┐Żbert  Toronto Star
Emissions limits on Pacific NorthWest LNG not tough enough, says ...  Financial Post
Times Colonist  
Real or 'jaw-jaw'? The OPEC deal, the Canadian dollar and today's markets
OPEC's production deal may have juiced stocks and oil-sensitive currencies like the Canadian dollar, but analysts are wary. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, which amid the collapse in oil prices had failed to come together to ...
Oil prices slip as markets question details of OPEC's first deal in ...  Financial Post
AP Explains: What does OPEC's tentative deal mean for oil?  CanadianBusiness.com
Mi'kmaq protesters move away from construction site entrance for gas project
FORT ELLIS, N.S. -- A protest organizer says Mi'kmaq participants have shifted away from the entrance of a construction site near proposed natural gas storage caverns in Nova Scotia.
Sipekne'katik band prepared for long protest at AltaGas site  CBC.ca
Laurentian Bank to shut down dozens of branches, cut 300 jobs
Laurentian Bank of Canada announced plans Wednesday to close dozens of branches and cut about 300 staff, becoming the latest Canadian bank to take action as consumers move to computers and smartphones to make their regular financial transactions.
Laurentian Bank to eliminate 300 positions as it merges 50 branches  bnn.ca
Laurentian Bank to close branches, lay off hundreds  CTV News
Edmonton council committee votes to fast track cycle tracks, let cyclists roll ...
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Downtown Edmonton bike lanes closer to becoming a reality  Globalnews.ca
Bike lanes headed for a green light in downtown Edmonton  CBC.ca
BC to spend additional $10 million in battle against overdoses
British Columbia will create a centre to research drug addiction and provide education and guidance to health-care providers but more must be done to battle an illicit-drug overdose crisis, the premier says.
Les Leyne: Local politicians applaud LNG project  Times Colonist
Mike Smyth: Will Premier Clark slash LNG taxes to deliver on her election ...  The Province
Ontario Minimum Wage Rising To $11.40 on Saturday
It isn't just the calendar that will change on Saturday, so will the minimum wage in Ontario. The minimum wage will rise from $11.25 to $11.40 per hour.
Minimum wage to rise again, government says critics oversimplifying debate  630ched.com
Mandryk: Minimum wage increase not what it seems  Regina Leader-Post
Riders against TTC axing subway train guards: Poll
The TTC's plans to eliminate subway train guards isn't sitting well, a new poll has found. The Mainstreet Research poll commissioned by the union that represents TTC operators and maintenance workers shows 67% of those polled are against removing the ...
Presto Overcharged Me and the TTC Mailed a Token to Make Up for It  Torontoist
Single operator subways the 'obvious' way to modernize TTC: Andy Byford  Globalnews.ca
Mayoral hopefuls stress experience, need for new leader
Despite a format that allowed no room for direct debate, the three main challengers to become Saskatoon's next mayor continued to take shots at each other at a forum Wednesday.
Forum hears from mayoral candidates on Saskatoon's economy  CBC.ca
Atchison responds after Clark calls out leadership  CTV News
Virtually no change in getting woman on boards in Canada, stats show
New disclosure rules show 45 per cent of Canada companies have all-male boards, and there's been little change in this over the past year.
OSC chair sees 'hard slog' as Corporate Canada slow to adopt ...  The Globe and Mail
Women on corporate boards in Canada falls far short of 30 per cent target  Financial Post