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Busy work schedules causing Canadians to forgo vacation days: survey
Busy work schedules are making it difficult for Canadian to use up all their vacation days, according to a new survey, which found that Canadians will collectively accumulate close to 10 million unused vacation days this year alone.
Trending: If you're Canadian you could probably use a vacation  CityNews
Canadian workers leaving millions of vacation days unused, finds survey  Business in Vancouver
Canada NewsWire (press release)  
Can you really fly to Iceland from Toronto for $99?
Take a deep breath. More, better GO trains will not fix the world, even if... Cartoon-Sept. 17. VIEW MORE OPINION · Education · Contests · Community Partnership · Wedding Trends · Total Woman Show · Grand Magazine · Technology · Grand River Shows ...
�99 one way flights from UK to Toronto and Montreal launched by no-frills ...
WOW's $99 Iceland flights (plus extras) challenge established airlines ...
25000 and counting sign document denouncing city's plan to temporarily pour ...
More than 25,000 people have signed a new petition demanding the City of Montreal put a stop to its plans to temporarily dump raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River.
Environment Canada says it cannot authorize Montreal sewage dump  CTV News
Environment Canada, Green Party react to city sewage dumping plan  CJAD
Alberta considers expanding QEII to six lanes
The Alberta Government is moving ahead with a plan to study whether the Queen Elizabeth Highway should be expanded to six lanes. The province is out with a tender to find out how much the project would cost and whether expanding the number of lanes ...
Province looks at expanding Highway 2
Public health officials raid Ontario raw milk farm
DURHAM, ONT.—An Ontario farmer who has long fought for the right to sell unpasteurized milk said public health officials raided his farm northwest of Toronto on Friday but left after members of his farming collective gathered to express their outrage ...
Government, cops raid raw-milk crusader's farm  Toronto Sun
Standoff ensues after large raid targeting raw milk advocate Michael Schmidt ...  National Post
Pete McMartin: BC wine policy slammed by international governments, producers
It seems that the B.C. government's policy of allowing the sale of B.C. wines in grocery stores has attracted the attention of U.S.
Not all wineries sold on idea of selling wine in grocery stores  InfoTel News Ltd
Small wineries worry about their bottom line
Assets Matter - The Speculative Case For Penn West
Disclosure: I am/we are long PWE. (More...)I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha).
Penn West sells stake in Saskatchewan oil field  The Globe and Mail
Stocks Closed Above Secure Line - Penn West Petroleum (PWE), Civeo (CVEO ...  Techsonian (press release)
Magna to buy Stadco metal-stamping business
AURORA, ONT. - Magna International Inc. says it's acquiring a U.K.-based company that supplies stamped bodies for automakers such as Jaguar Land Rover, Ford Motor Co.
Shropshire auto firm Stadco now in hands of �23 billion global giant
Magna to Buy UK Car-Parts Maker Stadco Automotive  Wall Street Journal
Conservation group aims to remove 5000 nuisance trees
PUGWASH, N.S. -- They usually busy themselves planting trees, doing bird surveys or building hiking trails. But on Sunday, a small army of volunteers with the Nature Conservancy of Canada will fan out through a Nova Scotia forest to take down 5,000 ...
Conservancy aims to cut down 5000 trees
Conservation group switches gear to take down thousands of nuisance trees  The Chronicle Journal
Vancouver tree sale hopes to boost forest canopy
The Vancouver Park Board has 1,000 trees on sale for $10 each and is asking residents to find a home from them. "We need residents to also plant trees on their property in order to increase the urban tree canopy," said Vancouver Park Board Chair John ...
A thousand trees being sold off at rock bottom prices  News1130
$10 trees on offer from Vancouver park board  Vancouver Sun