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Trump signs order aimed at rolling back Obama's climate change efforts
The order will suspend, rescind or flag for review more than a half-dozen climate change measures in an effort to boost domestic energy production in the form of fossil fuels.
NewsAlert: Trump signs order rolling back Obama's climate change efforts  680 News
Trump signs order sweeping away Obama-era climate policies  Reuters
Indianapolis Star  
Home Capital stock drops after CEO's termination
Shares of Toronto-based Home Capital Group Inc. plunged on Tuesday after the company said a day earlier that it had terminated the employment of chief executive officer Martin Reid, named an interim replacement and started its search for a new leader.
Home Capital shares dive after company terminates CEO
Home Capital stock plummets after CEO fired  Waterloo Record
Ontario to replace Tarion with new regulator for home builders
The Ontario government is taking steps to boost consumer confidence in the industry for newly-built homes in the province. A new stand-alone regulator will provide better oversight of home builders, Minister of Government and Consumer Services Tracy ...
Province stripping Tarion of builder regulator role  Toronto Star
GTA's hot housing market fuelled by strong economy, but Bank of Canada ...
The GTA's hot housing market is a symptom of its rapidly growing economy compared to other parts of the country, but the expectation of perpetually rising prices poses a risk, says Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz.
Outlook for Canadian economy still uncertain: Poloz  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Costs of protectionism are 'steep', Bank of Canada governor Stephen ...  Financial Post
Winnipeg Purolator customers scrambling to make new plans amid looming strike
Winnipeg Purolator customers are trying to figure out how to send and receive important packages, after the courier company suspended shipping amid the threat of a strike.
Purolator stops accepting new shipments ahead of strike deadline  News1130
Purolator suspends shipments Canada-wide as strike looms  CJOB
TSX at three-week high as oil boosts energy stocks
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index notched its highest close in three weeks on Tuesday as an oil price rally helped energy stocks and a jump in U.S.
TSX advances 88 points; Canadian dollar edges ahead  Times Colonist
Tuesday's TSX breakouts: A top-performing stock with 14 'buy' ...  The Globe and Mail
Quebec introduces income-tax cuts and projects balanced budget
QUEBEC - As governments across Canada fund services with billions in deficit spending, Quebec announced a third consecutive balanced budget Tuesday containing modest personal income-tax cuts.
Quebec's balanced budget boosts spending, cuts taxes  The Globe and Mail
What's in store for your wallet? Tax cuts and prudent spending expected ...
Barrick, Goldcorp joining forces to work on projects in Chile
TORONTO - Two of Canada's biggest gold companies are creating a new joint venture to advance several mining projects clustered in northern Chile.
Goldcorp spends nearly $1 billion to get into Chilean joint venture with ...  Financial Post
Goldcorp joins forces with Barrick in Chile  The Northern Miner (subscription)
Number of snow days in Nova Scotia schools amounts to a crisis: expert
HALIFAX - It is "bizarre" how often Nova Scotia schools are closed because of weather, and the number of days lost this year amounts to a crisis, an education expert said Tuesday.
NS Liberal government bucks trend, promises back-to-back balanced budgets  News1130
More snow and freezing rain coming to Nova Scotia
Metrolinx president steps down
Bruce McCuaig is leaving the regional transit agency and taking a post at the Canada Infrastructure Bank. Bruce McCuaig, CEO of Metrolinx, is leaving the transit agency and joining the Canada Infrastructure Bank.
Ottawa hires Metrolinx CEO to advise on Canada Infrastructure Bank  The Globe and Mail
Metrolinx CEO resigns for new federal role in midst of expansion  680 News