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CN, conductors union reach tentative deal, averting strike
Canadian National Railway Ltd. has reached a tentative contract agreement with the Teamsters union representing 3,000 freight train conductors, ahead of a Tuesday morning strike deadline.
Shippers are worried the potential CN Rail strike will quickly hurt business ...  Financial Post
CN Rail may face strike as early as Tuesday morning  CBC.ca
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Boeing says trade complaint against Bombardier designed to prevent larger CSeries
Boeing says its trade complaint against Bombardier is designed to prevent the Montreal-based rival from using subsidies to build a larger version of the CSeries plane that would directly compete with its own flagship narrowbody 737 aircraft.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Winnipeg Free Press
More paid vacation coming, Premier Kathleen Wynne vows
Ontario is raising the minimum paid vacation from two weeks annually to three for all workers with five or more years at the same job, says Wynne.
What to expect as Ontario prepares to unveil new labour legislation  The Globe and Mail
New minimum wage increase to be announced Tuesday  CTV News
Ontario to kick off 150th birthday celebration with giant inflatable duck ...
The world's largest rubber duck is on a six-city tour to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, ending in Brockville Aug. 10-13.
CULIC: Celebrating 150 years with a major cluster duck  Niagarathisweek.com
Ontario regaining status as economic engine for Canada  CBC.ca
The close: TSX ends higher, boosted by Bombardier, banks
Canada's main stock index was little changed Monday as Bombardier and Husky Energy made significant gains, which was offset by declines in resource stocks and BlackBerry, which hit a 2017 high last week.
TSX ekes out gain, boosted by big banks, Bombardier and Husky; loonie rises  Financial Post
TSX ekes out gain, boosted by big banks, Bombardier  Reuters Canada
Western provinces will fuel Canada's economic growth this year: Conference Board
CALGARY - Canada's three most westerly provinces will lead the country in real GDP growth this year as a result of increasing oil production and rising housing prices, the Conference Board of Canada predicts.
Alberta to lead country in economic growth in 2017: Conference Board of Canada  CBC.ca
Oilpatch recovery to boost Alberta, Saskatchewan growth, says Conference Board  CTV News
Hundreds rally in Burnaby to oppose Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
Hundreds of people gathered outside of Kinder Morgan's Westridge Terminal in Burnaby at the conclusion of a 75-kilometre protest march Sunday.
Anti-pipeline protesters finish 75-km walk at Kinder Morgan in Burnaby  Calgary Herald
Four day march against Kinder Morgan arrives in Burnaby  CTV News
A double win for Husky: Company sanctions West White Rose and announces new ...
The offshore oil industry in Newfoundland and Labrador has received a big boost, with Husky Energy announcing it will build a new fixed wellhead platform and confirming it has discovered more oil in the White Rose field.
Husky Oil to proceed with West White Rose project off Newfoundland  Calgary Herald
Husky Oil to proceed with West White Rose project off Newfoundland: 'A ...  CTV News
Port of Halifax becoming a hot car haven
Halifax is becoming a departure point for stolen vehicles being shipped overseas. Border protection officers at the Port of Halifax discovered 19 stolen cars in the month of April alone.
19 stolen cars worth $650K found at Port of Halifax in April  CBC.ca
Checchi Capital Advisers LLC Purchases Shares of 1013 Tesla Inc (TSLA)
Tesla logo Checchi Capital Advisers LLC acquired a new position in Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) during the first quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the SEC.
Tesla Stock Is Perfectly Set Up to Forge New Highs  Profit Confidential
Is Ford Motor Company (F) Stock Recession-Proof?  Investorplace.com