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CMHC hiking mortgage insurance premiums for third time in four years
New home buyers taking out insured mortgages will have to dig a bit deeper into their pocketbooks as Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
CMHC to raise mortgage insurance premiums for new homebuyers  Toronto Sun
CMHC to hike mortgage insurance premiums starting March 17
Financial Post  
U.S. tax reform plan "not likely" to badly impact Canada: Expert
The practise of "profit-shifting" cost the U.S. government somewhere between US$77 billion and $111 billion in 2012 and the amounts have continually increased, officials say.
Congressional Republicans Take Aim At Taxes On Imports And Exports  KAWC
Trans Mountain pipeline deal could tear national fabric: expert
Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion Project's Westeridge loading dock, at bottom with green tanks, is seen in Burnaby, B.C.
'It is our Standing Rock:' First Nations announce legal actions ...
More pipeline suits launched by First Nations  North Shore News
Chris Selley: TTC service has improved. Now let's have more, please, and faster
Six years ago, a “TTC Customer Service Advisory Panel” issued a series of recommendations that made my head ache: it proposed an “audit” of the TTC's “brand;” it fretted there were “few healthy food options within subway stations;” no word of a lie, ...
Suicides on the subway tracks are driving up employee absenteeism, TTC says
Gripes about the TTC are well-founded, but the future looks brighter  The Globe and Mail
TransLink kicks off improvements to Lower Mainland transit
More trains on the Canada Line during peak times. A SeaBus every 15 minutes on weekends and holidays instead of the current half hour.
SkyTrain, SeaBus service increased in first step of transit plan  CTV News
$2 billion buys more elbow room for SkyTrain and SeaBus riders  MetroNews Canada
Fraser Institute disputes air pollution reduction claims from phasing out coal
The Lambton Generating Station near Courtright, shown in this file photo, closed in 2013 as part of the Ontario government's move to end coal-fired electricity generation in the province.
Wynne, McGuinty bungled green energy  Toronto Sun
Coal phase-out won't make much difference to environment, health: Fraser ...  CJOB
Fort McMurray wildfire costs to reach almost $9B, new report says
Ten months since a wildfire devastated Fort McMurray, the economic damage caused by the disaster is coming into sharper focus. A new report from MacEwan University estimates the total cost of the wildfire will surpass $8.86 billion.
Costs of Alberta wildfire reaches $9.5 billion: study  BNN
Fort Mac Wildfires pegged at total impact of ten billion dollars  570 News
Poor weather, darkness cause of fatal 2015 helicopter crash: TSB report
The 2015 helicopter crash north west of Foleyet that claimed the life of a pilot and a passenger was caused by a combination of deteriorating weather and near-total darkness, according to a Transportation Safety Board report released today.
TSB issues report on deadly helicopter crash  Timmins Press
Bad weather, darkness behind helicopter crash that killed 2 in N. Ont.:TSB  MetroNews Canada
Canadian dollar at the mercy of Trump's first 100 days
The Canadian dollar will soon be at the mercy of Donald Trump's first 100 days as U.S. president. No one can predict what will happen with any certainty because of the lack of any certainty surrounding Mr. Trump's fiscal and economic programs.
Canadian dollar hits nearly three-month high as greenback slides
Change 'likely on the horizon' for Canada if Trump border tax passes  BNN
Donald Trump auto export plan may backfire, experts say
President-elect Donald Trump gives a thumbs up to members of the media at Trump Tower in New York, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik).
Trump's tantrums signal bumpy road for Canadian auto stocks  The Globe and Mail
Donald Trump expands attack on auto sector with Magna and Linamar taking the hit  Windsor Star