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Uber 'reviewing' new Alberta rules before deciding to resume service
Uber will review whether to resume operations in Alberta in light of new provincial rules and a new insurance policy for ride-service drivers that take effect this week.
Alberta unveils ride-share insurance rules for drivers  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Alberta government unveils insurance policies aimed specifically at ride ...  Globalnews.ca
The Daily Courier (subscription)  
TSX, loonie rebound as turbulence from Brexit vote subsides
The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index added 152.90 points to 13,842.69, recovering more than a third of its losses over the last two sessions.
Stock markets rebound from post-Brexit rout  Hamilton Spectator
North American stocks rebound sharply as Brexit bargain hunt begins  Financial Post
Victoria rally gets heated as protesters try to force their way into housing ...
A protest rally in Victoria got heated as dozens of protesters tried to force their way into a meeting with housing ministers from across the country.
Housing minister says Canadians to be consulted on housing strategy  Macleans.ca
Feds ask CMHC for ways to cool housing prices in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Work begins in 2017 on GO train expansion into Niagara
Work will begin next year to extend weekday GO train commuter service from Hamilton to Grimsby by 2021, and to Niagara Falls by 2023.
GO commuter rail a 'massive win' for Niagara  Niagarathisweek.com
GO Train services to be available in Niagara starting in 2023  Brock Press
First Nations territory 'wiped out' by industry development, chief says
The Blueberry River First Nations has released an atlas showing that more than 80 per cent of its traditional territory - which overlies a large part of B.C.
'Our Way of Existence is Being Wiped Out': BC First Nation Besieged ...  DeSmog Canada
BC not doing enough to uphold treaty rights: Blueberry River FN  Dawson Creek Mirror
Ikea recalls 35 million dressers after six kids killed
This June 3, 2015, file photo, shows an IKEA store in Miami. IKEA Canada has received three reports that one brand of table and floor lamps may cause electrical shocks.
Saying goodbye to the woman who changed sports forever  USA TODAY
Ikea recalls 29 million chests and dressers after 6 children die  The Boston Globe
Plans For New Arlington Bridge Taking Shape
WINNIPEG - We're getting a first look at designs for a new Arlington Street Bridge. A new report at city hall says construction could start on a replacement by 2020.
Arlington Bridge to be replaced?  MyToba
US Steel Canada sale behind-the-scenes maneuvers have workers worried
Unionized steelworkers are nervously eyeing the bidders that remain in a months-long process to buy U.S. Steel Canada and take over its Hamilton and Nanticoke operations.
Stelco sale: Province urged to get behind Essar bid  Hamilton Spectator
Essar Bid for U.S. Steel Canada Said to Fall Foul of Ontario  Bloomberg
Nova Scotia doctors vote in support of new contract with government
Doctors in Nova Scotia have voted in favour of a new contract negotiated with the provincial government, according to their association website.
Thirst for local drives higher NSLC sales  TheChronicleHerald.ca
CAE opens new simulation facility
The official grand opening of the CAE helicopter simulator training and research and development facility was cleared for takeoff and launched Tuesday at CAE's facility on Beclin Road in Mount Pearl.
Hibernia Project, RDC and CAE inaugurate the New Helicopter Training and R ...  AviationPros.com