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Alberta economy still the best in Canada by some measures
If it wasn't for the bad news, there wouldn't be much news at all when it comes to Alberta's economy these days. Just this week TD Bank declared the province was in the midst of its longest, deepest, recession ever and, to be perfectly clear, it is ...
Windsor teachers raring to return to post-wildfire Fort McMurray  Windsor Star
Riding the earnings wave: What you need to know before markets open  Financial Post
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SkyTrain tunnel gets high speed internet
SkyTrain commuters can now call 911, dial a friend or catch a Jigglypuff as they tear through Dunsmuir tunnel from Stadium-Chinatown to Waterfront.
TransLink, Rogers launch cellphone service in SkyTrain tunnel  Vancouver Sun
Rogers and Fido customers now have wireless service on Vancouver's SkyTrain  MobileSyrup.com
Use the Canada Child Benefit to boost an RESP
With the beefed up Canada Child Benefit cheques being mailed out this week, it's an opportune time for families to consider investing some of that extra money in RESPs for their kids.
Elgin-Middlesex-London MP Karen Vecchio critical of tax-free Canada Child ...  St. Thomas Times-Journal
Here's Hoping New Canada Child Benefit Will Boost RESPs  Huffington Post Canada
Calgary's Mike Rogers earns Alberta hall of fame nod
Former NHL player Mike Rogers poses for a portrait in his office in Calgary, Alta., on Tuesday July 19, 2016, is going into the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame this weekend.
Paula Simons: New EI numbers paint perplexing picture of Edmonton economy  Edmonton Journal
Pinball wizards: Battle of Alberta rivals square off in championship challenge  Globalnews.ca
BC housing revenues help boost government coffers to $730M surplus
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Real estate revenues keep government in the black, but debt rises  Business in Vancouver
Real estate tax windfall continues for BC  Merritt Herald
NewLeaf Travel is back, but can it fly this time?
After an aborted takeoff, the ultra-low-cost company says it's ready to go. But it faces plenty of competition in the Canadian skies.
Ups and downs of the airline industry  Winnipeg Free Press
New airline accused of stiffing consultants  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Mayor Not Pleased with Ferry Decisions
A mayor on Bell Island says the provincial government should have done things differently in addressing the ferry needs of two of the busiest ferry runs in the province.
Second ferry to ease 'nightmare' lineups, delays to Fogo Island  The Telegram
Fogo Island ferry 'nightmare': Second vessel to help with MV Veteran ...  Yahoo News Canada (blog)
Silt accidentally released into Nova Scotia lake during construction
According to the municipality, silt from the new McQuarrie Bridge construction zone in Fall River was accidentally released from a filtration tank into the lake Friday afternoon.
Sediment leaks into Fall River water supply during bridge repair  CBC.ca
McQuarrie Bridge work halted by mud spill in lake  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Government will listen to farmers as it drafts climate policy: Ag Minister
Swathers knock down a wheat crop near Linden, Alberta, on August 31, 2010. MIKE DREW / Postmedia News. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Agriculture ministers conclude meeting in Calgary with pledge to open markets  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Policy deal reached by agriculture ministers will extend until 2018  CKNW News Talk 980
Major aquaculture project in Placentia Bay released from NL environmental ...
A major aquaculture project in Placentia Bay has been released from provincial environmental assessments on several conditions, according to a release from the Newfoundland and Labrador government on Friday.
Placentia Bay salmon aquaculture project receives environmental approval  Southern Gazette