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NEB's Energy East hearings in Montreal cancelled after protesters storm room
National Energy Board hearings in Montreal into the proposed $15.7-billion Energy East pipeline have been cancelled for the day after protesters interrupted proceedings soon after they began.
Montreal Energy East hearings cancelled for the day amid protests  Globalnews.ca
NEB Energy East pipeline hearings in Montreal suspended after protests  bnn.ca
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Postal workers delay possible job action for 24 hours
The threat of possible job action by Canada Post workers has been placed on hold for 24 hours. The Canadian Union of Postal Workers made the announcement in a statement issued late Sunday night.
Strike mandate postponed as Canada Post and union continue talks  Montreal Gazette
Five stories in the news today, Aug. 29  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Detroit Three's Canadian workers give union strike mandate
The union representing workers at the Canadian operations of the major U.S. automakers has received a strike mandate from its members as it prepares to negotiate contracts.
Canadian auto union votes to strike if no deal reached with Big Three carmakers  Financial Post
Union votes for strike mandate in contract talks with auto makers  bnn.ca
Canada's Ivanhoe Mines to hire strategic adviser after unsolicited interest
The Kamoa project is thought to be the world's largest undeveloped high-grade copper discovery. (Image courtesy of Ivanhoe Mines).
Ivanhoe seeks 'strategic advice' in wake of unsolicited interest  The Globe and Mail
Ivanhoe Mines Seeks Strategic Advice in Response to Unsolicited Interest in ...  Stockhouse
Couche-Tard to acquire 53 Louisiana stores
Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. has an agreement to buy 53 stores in Louisiana, primarily in the Baton Rouge market, for an undisclosed price.
Couche-Tard buys 53 sites in Louisiana  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Canadian convenience store giant buys 53 Louisiana Cracker Barrel sites ...  The Advocate
Saskatchewan thieves drag ATM out of town behind truck
The suspects tried to load the ATM into the back of their white Dodge truck but after failing to get the machine into the back, they drove with it still dragging behind.
St. Louis, Sask. ATM thieves drag machine out of town behind truck  Globalnews.ca
Thieves rip ATM out of bank in St. Louis, Sask.  CBC.ca
Saskatchewan RCMP investigating 2 sudden deaths at Delisle residence
Saskatchewan RCMP say two people were found dead inside a Delisle residence this past weekend. Google Maps. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor.
Police investigating 2 sudden deaths in Delisle, Sask.  CBC.ca
Major crime unit investigates after two people found dead in Delisle, Sask. home  CTV News
Kenney's the wrong guy to unite Alberta
Last year, Albertans tossed the Progressive Conservatives from office. The PCs had bet Albertans' jobs on a never-ending boom, then abandoned them in the bust.
Alberta PCs set rules for leadership race to replace former premier Jim Prentice  CBC.ca
Alberta PC party's 'do no harm' leadership race rule could spell ...  Edmonton Journal
Has Vancouver's Real Estate Bubble Just Popped?
A few weeks ago the provincial government in British Columbia made headlines by instituting a 15% extra land transfer tax on any real estate transactions from foreign buyers in an attempt to cool Vancouver's red-hot real estate market.
August 29: Foreign buyers tax, public education, pipelines, doctor dispute  Vancouver Sun
Watching and worrying: The feds keep a close eye on Alberta's bust
Naturally, Albertans are preoccupied with the province's stumbling economy. It turns out they are in good company. According to briefing notes acquired through access to information requests, the federal government is just as worried about the state of ...
Economy needs more than pipelines  Lethbridge Herald