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Oil Producers to Look at Extending Oil-Output Cut by Six Months
A joint committee of ministers from OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers has agreed to review whether a global pact to limit supplies should be extended by six months, it said in a statement on Sunday.
Oil nations look at extending supply cut  BBC News
Russia says oil production cuts may continue to boost prices  CTV News
EPA chief: Trump to undo Obama's environmental protection plan
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump in the coming days will sign a new executive order that unravels his predecessor's sweeping plan to curb global warming, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Sunday.
Trump reversal of Obama carbon cutbacks to begin this week
The Latest: Trump aide says president to court Democrats  WHIO
Self-driving Uber SUV crashes and flips onto its side after 'high impact ...
A self-driving Uber SUV crashed and flipped onto its side after a high impact accident in Arizona. The taxi app company began rolling out its automated cars in the state in February.
Self-Driving Cars May Just Be the Start
Uber grounds entire self-driving fleet as it probes Arizona crash  TechCrunch
Toronto marks Earth Hour but more lights on than last year
Many Toronto residents turned off the lights for Earth Hour on Saturday but fewer homes powered down during the event this year as compared to last year, Toronto Hydro says.
Toronto Earth Hour not as 'dark' as in previous years
Earth Hour marks 10 years of starting conversations about conservation  News1130
The 'Fearless Girl' Statue Stands Up to the Bull I Put Up With on Wall Street
Earlier this month, the statue of a defiant girl staring down the iconic Wall Street bull was installed ahead of International Women's Day.
'Fearless Girl' Statue May Be Moved Away From 'Charging Bull'  Gothamist
Will NYC invite the 'Fearless Girl' to stay on Wall Street?  LancasterOnline
Wildrose leader vows to reverse NDP plans for Castle-area parks in southern ...
Edmonton, March 25, 2017. Garett Schmidt, organizer of a protest against the NDP government's plans to ban off-highway vehicles from the Castle area in southwestern Alberta, speaks to reporters outside the legislature Saturday.
Off-roaders protest government decision to ban OHVs from two Alberta parks  CTV News
Use real science to provide solutions in Castle debate  Lethbridge Herald
What good is 6 more months? Parents weigh in on work-leave extension
The conversation among parents at an indoor playground in Halifax is easily steered toward the federal government's new plan to extend paid parental leave from 12 months to 18 months.
Seven things to know about Canada's new parental leave benefits  The Globe and Mail
Uber slams new tax announced in federal budget
Uber Canada is criticizing the federal government's move to require ride-hailing companies to pay 13 per cent HST as bad for business, customers and the environment.
Uber pans, taxi industry praises addition of GST to ride-hailing  Vancouver Sun
Uber's GST complaints ring false, says expert  Business in Vancouver
Did last year's budget create 100000 jobs? Bill Morneau can't really say
Last year, the Liberal government said its inaugural budget would help spur the creation of 100,000 jobs in Canada. But 12 months later, Finance Minister Bill Morneau is having trouble proving that it worked.
Bill Morneau isn't ruling out selling off airports  CTV News
Editorial: Trudeau's budget not oilpatch friendly  Edmonton Sun
Earth Hour cuts St. Catharines power by 6.4%
Alectra Utilities reported tens of thousands of its customers shutdown their electricity in recognition of Earth Hour, Saturday evening.
Alectra Utilities reports 4% less electricity used during Earth Hour  Digital Journal
Alectra reports 4% drop in electricity usage during Earth Hour