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Asia stocks slide after Wall Street losses, oil drops on glut concerns
Asian shares tumbled in early trade on Wednesday, following in the footsteps of Wall Street, which pulled back on disappointing earnings, while the dollar inched down from a seven-month high and oil prices slid.
Why a weaker Japanese yen might just suit Beijing at the moment  South China Morning Post
Asia Mixed, Korean Shares Sink
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Grain cars tumble into Fraser River as train derails north of Yale, BC
Crews are cleaning up after a train consisting of nine grain cars and two locomotives derailed in British Columbia's Fraser Canyon Tuesday afternoon.
Train carrying grain derails beside Fraser River  CTV News
Train derailed into Fraser River near Yale, B.C.
Thousands of litres of fuel not recovered from submerged tug
BELLA BELLA, B.C. -- More than 90,000 litres of diesel have yet to be accounted for after a group overseeing cleanup of a spill from a submerged tug on British Columbia's central coast said the tanks aboard the Nathan E. Stewart have been pumped out.
Pressure ramping up for feds, province to ensure world class spill response
Sunken BC tug's tanks now pumped out, thousands of litres of fuel not ...  CityNews
Vancouver steps up campaign against illegal short-term rentals
City inspectors have found Airbnb rentals that were nothing more than backyard storage sheds - without bathrooms - behind a house near Boundary Road.
Airbnb says it's having little impact on Toronto's rental market  BNN
Airbnb properties with complaints now achieving compliance with city bylaws  MetroNews Canada
Alberta finally adopts new national building code for energy efficiency
The Alberta government has updated or adopted seven new building-code changes it says will improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
New Alberta building code changes aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions  Calgary Sun
Alberta adopting new 'energy efficient' building codes
Enough for all: Calgary organizations launch poverty reduction campaign
Neighbours helping neighbours is the rally cry from several groups hoping to cut Calgary poverty rate in half by 2023. Share on Facebook.
New campaign aims to reduce poverty in Calgary 50 per cent by 2023
Campaign launched to reduce Calgary poverty  News Talk 770 Calgary
NS fishermen lose bid to halt testing for Bay of Fundy tidal power project
A provincial Supreme Court judge denied the stay, saying the fisherman's group has not proven the risk of irreparable harm occurring.
Fishermen lose bid to stall tidal power turbines
Fishermen lose bid to halt tidal power testing in Bay of Fundy  CTV News
Five things to know about the competition to design Canada's next warships
OTTAWA - The federal government is expected to launch a multibillion-dollar competition to design the navy's newest warships this week.
Federal government set to launch competition for Canada's next ...  National Post
Liberals set to launch design competition for Canada's new warship  Toronto Star
Quebec to inject $135 million more into health and education following surplus
Premier Philippe Couillard's government will inject an additional $135 million immediately into health care and education thanks to a $2.2 billion surplus from the last fiscal year.
Quebec says it's on track for $2.2-billion surplus in current fiscal year
Quebec says last year's budget surplus tops forecast, to cut tax  Reuters Canada
Broadcasting revenues dip as Canadians move online for radio and television: CRTC
Cord cutting took a bigger bite out of Canada's broadcast industry last year as younger audiences increasingly listened to music and watched television over the Internet, according to the federal broadcast regulator.
Still stuck in the Sixties with the CRTC  Financial Post
Canadians consuming less TV and radio but more media overall, CRTC says