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Air Miles rep: 'Options' may exist for panic redeemers
Air Miles Canada may have thought abandoning its unpopular expiration policy would calm the cardholder backlash from those who rushed to spend miles, but were frustrated by full flights, sold out merchandise, and long customer service delays.
Angry Air Miles collectors demand back points they rushed to use on ' ...  CBC.ca
'A whole new … frustration': Air Miles faces fresh backlash  The Globe and Mail
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Alberta unemployment soars to nine per cent — the highest since 1994 — as ...
Unemployment in Alberta soared to its highest rate in more than 22 years last month, even as economists continued to point to signs of a modest recovery heading into 2017.
Sudbury adds jobs, but unemployment rises slightly  Sudbury.com
Part-time work helps Canada add 10700 jobs  CTV News
Weekly wrap: Pipelines, dogs in distress and fentanyl
Each week we put together a list of some of the stories you might have missed: those which dominated the news agenda, and some we just can't resist retelling.
Liberal MP Terry Beech opens office today to hear Burnaby North–Seymour ...  Straight.com
Kinder Morgan pipeline: Canadians intensify huge opposition to expansion  The Guardian
Anti-carbon tax rally planned at Alberta legislature
A rally at the Alberta legislature Saturday is expected to draw critics of the NDP government's proposed carbon tax. The rally, called "Families for Saving Alberta," is hosted by The Rebel conservative media organization.
BC tackles campaign finance reform — without turning off taps on 'big ...  The Globe and Mail
Notley's pipeline victory puts NDP solidarity to the test  Calgary Herald
Public transit in Alberta gets $500M boost
From solar charging storage for electric buses in Grande Prairie, to new buses for Red Deer, to big investments paving the way for Calgary's Green Line LRT, the federal and provincial governments loosened the purse strings for transit on Saturday.
More than $270M in funding committed to Alberta's new public transit ...  CTV News
Canada and Alberta fund 89 projects to improve public transit across the ...  Digital Journal
Carnival's Princess Cruise Line to pay $40-million for dumping
Carnival Corp.'s Princess Cruise Lines unit agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges over waste dumped from one of its ships and pay $40-million (U.
'Magic pipe' used to spew oily waste into water: Princess Cruises to ...  The Province
Cruise line which stops in Vancouver fined $40-million US for secret pollution  News1130
Coast guard wants oil removed from shipwreck off Newfoundland coast
Officials say it's too early to tell how much removing the fuel would cost, but that it was "safe to assume" it would take more than the $6 million allotted to conduct last summer's assessment.
Manolis L Clean Up a Priority: Coast Guard  VOCM
Caisse and DP World partner up for shipping port investments
Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec is teaming up with marine terminal giant DP World to invest in shipping ports around the globe, starting with two hubs on Canada's West Coast.
Caisse de depot forms $5 billion investment platform with Dubai-based DP World  Financial Post
Caisse partners with UAE firm to create $5-billion investment platform in ports  News1130
Does OPEC deal make this the right time to buy energy stocks, or are oil gains ...
AP Photo/Ronald ZakMohammed Bin Saleh Al-Sada, President of the OPEC Conference attends a news conference on Wednesday. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
Here's why oil prices, the Canadian dollar and stock markets are all up  Globalnews.ca
OPEC momentum drives crude above US$51 a barrel; loonie gains while TSX loses  CTV News
New mortgage rules fail to cool GTA housing market as prices spike in the 'burbs
The latest mortgage rule changes have failed to slow the blistering pace of home sales, according to numbers released Friday and they may have actually pushed prices higher in parts of the GTA that are still considered affordable, realtors say.
'Frustrated' buyers left out in cold as Toronto home prices soar up ...  The Globe and Mail
Toronto home prices soar as short supply frustrates would-be homebuyers  Financial Post