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Trump is hardly the first to milk the cross-border dispute over the dairy ...
It's a fair assumption that regardless of whether the current U.S. president blows hot or cold on this trade issue or another, the dairy fight will continue to be engaged.
Explaining the endless softwood saga to our extraterrestrial neighbours  The Globe and Mail
Editorial: Time to include lumber in NAFTA  Vancouver Sun
Winnipeg Free Press  
Power to the renter: Vancouver Tenants Union hopes to put rep in every building
The Vancouver Tenants Union says its ready to represent renters across the city, and hopes to sign up thousands of members to be a collective voice for residents facing eviction and unfair rent increases.
New union aims to protect renters in Vancouver
Vancouver Tenants Union launches to give tenants a unified voice  News1130
Gas ban? What gas ban?
The B.C. Liberals say they will repeal a City of Vancouver plan the party claims prohibits natural gas in some new buildings. But the city says no such ban exists.
BC Liberals promise to repeal Vancouver 'natural gas ban'
City of Vancouver says it is not banning use of natural gas
How Ontario's proposed pharmacare plan could improve employee benefits
Ontario's insurance industry says "significant changes" could be coming to employee benefit programs if the province's youth pharmacare plan is implemented.
How much will Wynne's next budget cost Ontarians?  Toronto Sun
Thibeault defends Liberal budget  The Sudbury Star
There's Only One Thing Holding Up Canada's Economy Right Now
Federal and provincial governments have taken action to slow down the overheated housing markets around Toronto and Vancouver, but they may want to be careful not to overdo it.
Canadian economy hits pause button  Waterloo Record
Economic growth takes a 'breather' in February: StatsCan  Business in Vancouver
Why it's time for a bank-stock checkup
They're massively profitable. They pay growing dividends. They have their fingers in lots of different pies: lending, insurance, investment banking, wealth management.
TSX bounces on broad rally led by gold miners and financials as Wall St ...  Financial Post
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  News1130
WestJet launches Abbotsford-Winnipeg route
CALGARY, April 30, 2017 /CNW/ - WestJet today applauded the City of Abbotsford and the Abbotsford International Airport as they prepare to eliminate the airport improvement fee (AIF) on June 1, 2017.
WestJet Launches Non-Stop Flights Between Winnipeg and Abbotsford
Neil Buchanan: Trump's 'Tax Plan' Is Pure Waffle
During the 2016 election campaign, Donald Trump hit a low point with the press when he announced that he would make a "major statement" about the birther controversy, supposedly to tell the world at long last that he had been wrong to say for years ...
Trump Tax Plan Could Save His Voters Money, But Cuts Will Follow
Mr. Trump's tax cut  The Hindu
Cameco continues to suffer losses, is cautiously optimistic about future
While its financial numbers are daunting, uranium mining company Cameco says it's remaining confident about the future. In its first quarter results, Cameco said its net loss attributable to equity holders was $18 million.
Cameco posts bigger Q1 loss than expected as uranium market rut drags on  Winnipeg Free Press
Cameco posts bigger-than-expected loss; shares fall  The Globe and Mail
Varcoe: Amid oilsands sales rush, Imperial boss presses for industry ...
Imperial Oil president and CEO Rich Kruger prepares to address the company's annual meeting in Calgary on Friday. Jeff McIntosh / THE CANADIAN PRESS.
Imperial Oil worries about competitiveness as it weighs next phase of ...  Financial Post
Imperial Oil posts profit on higher crude prices  The Globe and Mail