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Canada Post union overtime ban for workers in NWT, Alberta on hold for 24 hours
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says its plan to begin a rolling overtime ban at midnight Sunday has been placed on hold for 24 hours.
Postal workers delay possible job action for 24 hours as contract talks continue  CTV News
Postal workers union give details of job action if no deal is reached Sunday  
Canadian workers at Big Three automakers give union strike mandate
Unifor says its members at General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Fiat Chrysler Automobile have voted overwhelmingly in favour of job action to back contract demands if it doesn't get an agreement before midnight on Sept.
Unifor hints at possible autoworkers strike  CKNW News Talk 980
Windsor Auto Workers Vote In Favor Of Strike Mandate
National Energy Board fights to restore legitimacy as Quebec hearings begin
The traveling road-show that is the National Energy Board hearings into the Energy East pipeline rolls into Montreal on Monday. Its job, officially, is to hear from both pipeline supporters and opponents as it decides whether to approve TransCanada's ...
Energy East Pipeline review heads to hostile territory  The Globe and Mail
Amid controversy, hearings on Energy East pipeline start in Montreal  Montreal Gazette
Saskatchewan thieves drag ATM out of town behind truck
The suspects tried to load the ATM into the back of their white Dodge truck but after failing to get the machine into the back, they drove with it still dragging behind.
St. Louis, Sask. ATM thieves drag machine out of town behind truck
Thieves rip ATM out of bank in St. Louis, Sask.
Canada Boosts Contribution to Peacekeeping Missions
OTTAWA—Canada will boost its military and financial contribution to global peacekeeping efforts, as part of a broader foreign policy shift by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government.
To win with Beijing, Trudeau must play both softball and hardball  The Globe and Mail
Canadian farmers, already facing low commodity prices, confront China threat ...  Financial Post
Ghost hotels taking over Toronto Waterfront, Fairbnb coalition warns
The area has the highest concentration of Airbnb listings in the city, according to data from independent site Inside Airbnb. Share on Facebook.
Airbnb luring in Vancouver hosts with cash offer on new bookings  CKNW News Talk 980
Kinross suspends work at Chilean gold mine
TORONTO - Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K) says it has suspended operations at a mine in Chile ahead of schedule because of a dispute involving water use.
Kinross Gold - Commentary On The Recent Operational Updates  Seeking Alpha
Kinross Gold halts Maricunga mine in Chile, lays off 300 workers
MacEwan University residence fills up as students return back to school
It's either the most exciting or nerve-wracking time of the year - depending on whether you're a student or a parent. Tyson Vey, 17, was feeling a mix of emotions as he prepared to move into student residence at MacEwan University on a chilly Sunday.
MacEwan University students moving into residence look forward to Edmonton ...  Edmonton Sun
Millions of trees on the way for ravaged BC forests
The B.C. Climate Leadership Plan was met with lukewarm reviews last week, but the province's reforestation industry sees the potential for a major surge in tree planting operations.
Carbon bubble bursts on BC's climate action plan  NOW Magazine
Cuddly but costly: Nenshi seeks federal funding for Calgary Zoo panda exhibit
CALGARY - It's from one self-declared lover of baby panda snuggles to another. Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi has written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asking for Ottawa's help in defraying the considerable cost of housing the critters at Calgary's ...
Calgary's Mayor wants help from Ottawa to cover cost of hosting pandas ...  570 News