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Home prices are rising at a faster rate, federal housing agency says
TORONTO - There is mounting proof that home prices are rising at a faster rate, Canada's federal housing agency said Wednesday as it increased its risk rating for the national housing market to its highest level for the first time.
Strong evidence of overbuilding in Regina, Saskatoon housing markets: CMHC  CTV News
The Wednesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories  680 News  
First Nations filing lawsuits against Pacific NorthWest LNG project
VANCOUVER - First Nations and environmental groups are planning to file lawsuits Thursday against the federal government and Malaysian state-owned oil firm Petronas in an attempt to stop a liquefied natural gas project on British Columbia's northern ...
Feds 'stand behind' LNG decision, brace for First Nations legal ...  Edmonton Journal
No final investment decisions on BC gas until decade's end, experts say  Alaska Highway News
Asia shares slip after Apple results hit Wall Street, dollar off highs
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares edged down on Thursday after disappointing earnings from technology giant Apple dragged on Wall Street, while the dollar remained shy of this week's nearly nine-month highs.
Asia stocks slide on Wall Street losses, oil drops as glut worries return  Daily Mail
Wall Street Ends in Red as Crude Closes at Three-Week Low
At midday: TSX fluctuates amid earnings misses, oil uncertainty
Canada's main stock index were flat on Wednesday as energy shares fluctuated with oil prices, a small financial technology company plunged after its earnings missed expectations, and the country's largest railway posted a fall in revenue.
Toronto markets fall for third day on weak results from rail operators and ...  Financial Post
TSX falls as energy stocks and earnings disappointments weigh  Reuters Canada
Alberta government will fund solar panels for new school projects
The Alberta government is making at least $9 million available for the installation of solar panels as part of new school projects.
Alberta government to spend at least $9 million for solar-powered schools  Brandon Sun
Internet Usage In Canada Soared 40 Per Cent In A Year. Here's Why.
Canadians have gone wild on their Internet data usage over the past year, and for Canada's telecoms, the Internet is now a bigger business - by revenue - than television, according to a report from Canada's telecom regulator.
Canadians now spending more on Internet access than on television  660 News
Canadians now spending more on Internet than television  BNN
Mixed results for trio of major Canadian gold producers
Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. exceeded analysts' expectations and said it was on pace for robust growth over the next few years. Barrick Gold Corp.
Miner Barrick Gold earnings climb but miner keeps lid on costs  Financial Post
Barrick earnings climb amid higher gold prices and cost-cutting measures  BNN
Roadwork in Montreal to more than double
Montrealers have had to stomach a lot of roadwork over the past few years. That may have just been the appetizer for the main course.
Major construction, roadwork unveiled for next 10 years
Montreal's 10-year plan: Go big with road, sewer and water-main work  Montreal Gazette
Council makes it official, punts Emterra to the curb
It's official: Emterra Environmental is out as Winnipeg's primary collector of household garbage and recyclables. City council voted 10-6 Wednesday to approve a pair of new waste-collection contracts that will end Emterra service across most of the ...
Winnipeg council puts new garbage contracts in the bag  MetroNews Canada
Winnipeg City council awards new garbage collection contracts  CTV News
Wondering why you're paying more for beer? 1:09
Of all the touchy political subjects concerning the current state of Alberta's economy, beer seems like the most unlikely issue.
Big breweries taking advantage of competitors' tax to raise prices: CTF  News Talk 770 Calgary
"Unintended consequences" leading to higher beer prices: CTF  660 News