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At midday: TSX rises as Keystone owner leads energy gains
Canada's main stock index rose on Tuesday as energy stocks broadly gained with higher oil prices and as TransCanada Corp. got a boost from signs its Keystone XL pipeline could yet move forward.
Trump signs order to advance Keystone XL, Dakota Access oil pipelines  CTV News
Trump revives Keystone XL pipeline  BNN
Financial Post  
GTA house price 'spillover' driving up prices as far away as Sudbury, Ottawa: CMHC
Potential homebuyers thinking that a longer commute is their solution to the red-hot real estate market in the Greater Toronto Area should be prepared to spend more time on the road - or relocate, if the results of a new report are any indication ...
Spillover from Toronto's hot housing market is now driving up prices as ...  Financial Post
CMHC: impact of GTA house prices being felt in wider circle of Ontario cities  CTV News
Hunter Harrison's non-compete agreement lets him run CSX
The separation agreement Hunter Harrison signed when he quit his chief executive officer post at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. restricts him from taking jobs at CP's biggest rivals, and breaks down the $118-million worth of stock and benefits he forfeits.
Outgoing CP Rail boss barred from hiring managers except chief of staff  Financial Post
Why Canadian Pacific Railway Is the Top Bet in the Railroad Group
Cambridge, Kitchener among Ontario's 25 'rattiest' cities
It's a top 25 list most communities would sooner not be on. Pest control company Orkin has published a top 25 list of what it calls the"rattiest" cities in Ontario, based on the number of jobs its crews performed in each community last year.
Toronto is the #1 City for Rats!  The Province
Toronto is #1...when it comes to rats  AM900 CHML
Kitchener taxes rise to pay for decrepit city plumbing
Kitchener residents will pay an additional $111 on average to the city in 2017. City council approved its 2017 budget Monday night.
Kitchener budget continues to balance affordability and sustainability  Exchange Morning Post (press release)
Tax rates set to rise in Kitchener  CTV News
BC Premier Christy Clark reworks jobs plan with focus on tech, innovation
Premier Christy Clark has revised her skills training agenda to put more emphasis on innovation and technology after conceding on Monday that her five-year-old jobs plan has missed some key targets.
Critics take aim at BC Liberals' rosy job picture
UBC's Santa Ono to head innovation network  Vancouver Sun
'First big victory': Quebec taxi industry gets green light for class-action ...
A Quebec Superior Court judge is allowing taxi companies and drivers to launch a class-action lawsuit against the Uber ride-hailing service in hopes of reclaiming hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue, their lawyer says.
Quebec judge authorizes taxi industry-led class action against Uber  Toronto Star
Taxi drivers get green light to sue Uber for $300 million  CTV News
'Severely unaffordable' Vancouver places third in survey
Picturesque but densely packed, Vancouver is the third most unaffordable among a survey of 406 cities in nine countries. Mark van Manen / PNG.
The World's Worst and Best Markets to Buy a Home
Victoria is least affordable smaller housing market in Canada: report  Times Colonist
Pipeline leaked for days before leak discovered: Chief
Cleanup is underway after an oil spill from a pipeline on the Ocean Man First Nation near Stoughton, Sask. Connie Bigeagle, the Chief of the Ocean Man First Nation says she found out about the spill on Friday after a local resident and former oil ...
Pipeline breach southeast of Regina leaks 200000 litres of crude oil  Prince George Citizen
Suspicious odour lead to discovery of Saskatchewan oil pipeline leak: chief
Businesses in British Columbia can now apply for a liquor licence
From book stores to barber shops, businesses across British Columbia can now ask the provincial government for permission to serve liquor.
Barber shop beers could be on cards under BC liquor law changes  Vancouver Sun
Vancouver barbers question value of new BC liquor law changes