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Ottawa to create one-stop hub for international investment with $218 million ...
The federal government will spend $218 million over the next five years to create a new agency that will serve as a one-window international hub to lure investment to Canada.
Canada should seize opportunity to attract foreign investment: Freeland  The Globe and Mail
Global trade more important than ever, Chrystia Freeland tells Toronto audience  CBC.ca
Toronto Star  
Families could pay up to $420 more for food in 2017, report finds
The average Canadian family may need to dish out as much as $420 more for food next year - and consumers could have president-elect Donald Trump to thank for part of the price bump, the lead author of a new report says.
Families to spend more on groceries, restaurants in 2017: report  CTV News
Trump presidency expected to deliver higher food prices By Sylvain Charlebois  Business in Vancouver
Could Dakota Access pipeline move after permit denial?
OMAHA, Neb. - The Army's refusal to grant a permit for the Dakota Access oil pipeline to cross beneath the Missouri River has focused more attention on alternative routes, but several other options already have been considered and rejected as being ...
ND Indigenous leader willing to support future pipeline fights  CBC.ca
First Nations won't remain silent on pipelines  Brandon Sun
CANADA STOCKS-TSX gains amid US optimism, led by resource shares
TORONTO, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Canada's benchmark stock index rose on Monday as recent strength in commodity prices supported the energy and materials groups, while a fresh record high for the Dow Jones industrials boosted investor confidence.
TSX Rises with Energy Stocks  Baystreet.ca
TSX Riding Oil Prices Higher -- Canadian Commentary  RTT News
Vancouver aims to coax owners into renting ahead of empty-home tax
Vancouver is reaching out to owners of thousands of empty condos, trying to coax at least 2,000 of them to lease their units - and avoid a coming vacant-homes tax - to help ease the city's rental crisis.
Landlord 101: help for reluctant landlords as Vancouver's empty home tax ...  MetroNews Canada
Vancouver to teach homeowners to be landlords before empty homes tax is ...  News1130
Mayor Tory promises to 'fight against' property tax hike in 2017
Toronto Mayor John Tory announced on Monday that he will ensure property tax increases for 2017 will be recommended to city council at or below the rate of inflation.
Insulting 905ers is a dumb argument  Toronto Sun
Mayor Tory vows to 'fight against' any proposal to bring tax rate in ...  CTV News
'Lives are on the line' as changes needed for Nutrition North, argues researcher
A Toronto researcher says she hopes the federal government makes some big changes when it finishes its review of the Nutrition North program, stressing that "lives are on the line.
Food in North often expired — even at high prices and with subsidy, good ...  Edmonton Journal
British Columbia's climate plan going in 'wrong direction': study
Carbon pollution from key sources in British Columbia will increase until 2030 and remain above current levels until at least 2050, confounding the province's efforts to be a leader in combatting climate change, a new study warns.
Province to miss 2050 targets on emissions by 400 per cent, forecaster says  Times Colonist
LNG boom would see B.C. fail its climate goals by 220%: study  MetroNews Canada
Environmental group calls for investigation, financial penalties after Husky spill
The Saskatchewan Environmental Society is calling on the provincial government for a third-party investigation into the Husky oil spill.
Sask. Environmental Society demands fines against Husky for oil spill  CBC.ca
Sask. Environmental Society seeks public inquiry into Husky oil spill  Globalnews.ca
'There are further areas for improvement': Hudson's Bay Co widens loss in ...
TORONTO - Department store operator Hudson's Bay Co. reported deeper losses and sliding sales in its third quarter as the owner of Saks and Home Outfitters headed into the critical holiday selling period.
HBC's quarterly sales rise about 29 per cent  The Globe and Mail
Hudson's Bay Company Reports Third Quarter 2016 Financial Results  Digital Journal