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Loonie down more than a cent after Poloz leaves door open to rate cut
A suggestion from the head of Canada's central bank that an interest rate cut "remains on the table" sent the Canadian dollar down more than a full U.S.
The loonie got whacked today. Here's why – and what the pros are saying  The Globe and Mail
Loonie suffers worst loss since Brexit vote, as BoC keeps cut on the table  BNN
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Hunter Harrison steps down at CP to join push for change at US railroad
Hunter Harrison is leaving Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. more than five months ahead of schedule, and the bombastic 72-year-old executive appears to be vying for a job at a major U.S.
Canadian Pacific Railway CEO Hunter Harrison stepping down to take new job  CBC.ca
Railroad Vet Teams With Activist to Target CSX  TheStreet.com
Kinder Morgan revenue sharing deal could cause provincial feuds, expert says
A revenue-sharing agreement that helped convince British Columbia to support the $6.8 billion Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion threatens to tear the fabric of country, says a resource policy expert.
Daphne Bramham: Should social licence trump national interest?  Calgary Herald
Kinder Morgan's revenue falls 6.8%, lower than expected for ninth ...  Financial Post
Public input sought to guide vision for Vancouver's Arbutus corridor
Vancouver has launched public consultations on the future of the Arbutus corridor, which the city hopes will expand tourism beyond the city's seawall and eventually transform areas along the route with new housing and commercial development.
'We want to hear big ideas': City of Vancouver begins public ...  CBC.ca
Vancouver touts green scene as report finds living near a park is good for ...  Vancouver Sun
Latest Employment Insurance numbers show continued tough trend in Alberta
The latest numbers from Statistics Canada showed nearly 97,000 Albertans received Employment Insurance last November. Across Canada, the numbers remained relatively unchanged at 574,500 people, but Alberta's figures showed a 3.5 per cent bump ...
Alberta EI recipients surged to almost 97000 in November  Globalnews.ca
Number of Albertans on EI rises 57 per cent in one year  CTV News
US angry over BC policy allowing only local wine to be sold in grocery stores
British Columbia's decision to only allow local wines on grocery store shelves has rankled the United States, which is launching an international trade complaint over the policy.
US launches trade action against Canada over BC wine sales in grocery stores  Montreal Gazette
US challenges program that puts BC-only wines in grocery stores  CBC.ca
Klobuchar, Steelworkers like Trump's Commerce pick
Wilbur Ross testifies Wednesday before a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee confirmation hearing on his nomination to be commerce secretary.
Here's how Trump will tackle Mexico and China  Yahoo News
YVR unveils new detailed plans for major expansion by 2037
The Vancouver International Airport released its plans on Wednesday for a major expansion over the next 20 years. YVR's $5.6 billion Flight Plan 2037 calls for expanded terminals, new taxiways and improved roads and bridges.
Vancouver airport unveils 20-year expansion plan  Globalnews.ca
Vancouver airport's long-term strategy suggests no new runways within 20 ...  Vancouver Sun
World's biggest pea processing plant coming to Portage la Prairie
Eat your peas, Manitoba. The French company Roquette announced today it is planning to build the world's largest pea-processing plant in the province and will hire about 150 full-time employees.
Pea protein processing facility announced  Portage Daily Graphic
$400M plant to open in Portage la Prairie  Winnipeg Sun
Nestl� 'fully supports' proposed changes to Ontario's water taking pricing
Nestl� Waters Canada says it "fully supports" changes the provincial government wants to make to its water taking permits, including raising the price by $500 for every one million litres drawn.
Ontario hikes water fees  Castanet.net
Ontario To Hike Water-Taking Fees To A Whopping .025 Cents Per Unit  Huffington Post Canada