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Viola Desmond as face of $10 bill a priceless honour for NS
News that Viola Desmond will be the first woman from Canada to be featured on the face of a Canadian banknote was greeted with joy in her home province of Nova Scotia.
Civil rights pioneer Viola Desmond will appear on new Canadian $10 bill  Toronto Star
Viola Desmond to be first Canadian woman on banknote  CTV News
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Canadian urban business leaders push Ottawa to improve airport policies
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NHL has no plans to reconsider Golden Knights name after denial of trademark  Ottawa Citizen
Hot tips to stay warm  Castanet.net
Re/Max sees average national house price rising 2% next year
Re/Max sees the average national house price rising by two per cent in 2017, led by big projected gains in real estate prices in the Hamilton, the Greater Toronto Area and Kitchener-Waterloo.
GTA house prices expected to rise another 8 pct in 2017  MetroNews Canada
Toronto, Vancouver housing prices will continue to rise in 2017, report predicts  Toronto Sun
SNC-Lavalin to cut another 405 jobs across country because of weak mining sector
MONTREAL - Engineering giant SNC-Lavalin is cutting another 405 jobs in Canada due to the weakness in the mining sector and ongoing efforts to boost its profit margin.
SNC-Lavalin cutting 24 jobs in Saskatoon  CBC.ca
SNC Lavalin to lay off 400 employees  CTV News
Changes to Canada's payments systems will create faster, more flexible and ...
OTTAWA, Dec. 8, 2016 /CNW/ - Payments Canada today released far-reaching plans to change the payments infrastructure and rules that underpin financial transactions in Canada.
New payments infrastructure is more than mere convenience  The Globe and Mail
Canada publishes multi-year roadmap for payments overhaul  Finextra (press release)
Alex Fraser bridge could close if storm conditions too severe, officials warn
The provincial ministry of transport is warning commuters the Alex Fraser bridge could close if driving conditions become too hazardous, with a snowfall warning in effect for Metro Vancouver.
Bridge closure possible as BC works to avoid 'ice bomb' repeat  CTV News
Snowfall warning issued as province warns of potential bridge closure  News1130
69.9�: Some grim views of Canada's economy and its loonie
As a group, economists aren't all that upbeat on the outlook for Canada's economy and its loonie. Then there are those who are downright gloomy.
TSX rises, Dow inches to record high as energy stocks gain  BNN
Banks, energy stocks help TSX extend 19-month high  Reuters Canada
New plan will help restore Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence River ecosystem: officials
Officials in Canada and the U.S. have signed a new plan to regulate water levels and flows in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River that they say will help restore coastal ecosystems.
Plan 2014: Controversial plan to regulate Lake Ontario water levels approved  Syracuse.com
Plan 2014 a win for the wildlife and communities of Lake Ontario and St ...  Edmonton Journal
Cenovus signals renewed optimism with Christina Lake restart
Cenovus Energy Inc. is boosting its 2017 budget by a quarter to revive a stalled oil sands project in a sign that optimism is returning to the battered energy industry as oil prices climb above $50 (U.
Cenovus won't 'in any way, shape or form' rely on OPEC amid plan ...  BNN
Cenovus Energy revives oilsands project  CTV News
Guelph approves 3.13 per cent tax increase for 2017
Guelph's mayor is touting the "affordability" of the city's 3.13 per cent tax increase, approved Wednesday night.
Guelph property tax bills going up 3.13% in 2017  CTV News