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Atlantic salmon turn up in BC waters after escaping fish farm
Up to 305,000 Atlantic salmon have escaped from a Washington State fish farm near British Columbia, leading a local Indigenous community to warn the release of this invasive species could devastate its fishery and wildlife officials are encouraging ...
Farm net collapses in San Juan Islands, thousands of fish escape into Salish Sea  Times Colonist
Thousands of US salmon escape near BC, company blames solar eclipse  Parksville Qualicum Beach News
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BC Ferries to ban smoking, staying in cars on closed decks
BC Ferries will ban smoking on all ships and at all of its terminals by January 2018. They will also forbid passengers from remaining in cars on closed decks during sailings starting in October.
BC Ferries is outlawing smoking and staying inside your vehicle  Vancouver Sun
BC Ferries to soon introduce bottom-deck and smoking bans  CTV News
Calgary airport to convert Lexus-only stalls back to accessible parking
Calgary International Airport has apologized for moving accessible parking stalls and setting up a Lexus marketing campaign in their place.
Calgary airport reverses decision to change accessible parking to Lexus-only ...  Globalnews.ca
Lexus Turns Handicapped Parking Spots into 'Lexus Only' Zone at ...  The Drive
New father prods Sobeys about mothers-only parking spot
After realizing the signs only favoured new mothers, this man reached out to ask for gender inclusivity. Share on Facebook. Tweet · Reddit this!
Dad Calls Out Supermarket's Sexist Sign And Gets Awesome Response  HuffPost
What about dad? Father questions Sobeys' parking spot for 'mothers'  CBC.ca
BC ends 2016-17 fiscal year with $2.7B surplus
VICTORIA -- The B.C. government ended the last fiscal year with a surplus of $2.7 billion, largely in line with unaudited financial results released two months ago by the province's former Liberal government.
BC releases audited financial numbers for 2016-2017, records $2.7 billion ...  CBC.ca
BC government posts massive but likely unsustainable surplus  Vancouver Sun
No change yet to phase-in of $15 minimum wage as Ontario tweaks labour reform bill
A major Ontario labour reform bill is being tweaked but so far is seeing no significant changes to key parts, including a controversial phase-in of a $15 minimum wage, leaving concerned businesses looking to a relief package promised by the premier.
Higher minimum wages not the best answer to reducing poverty  Troy Media
OUR VIEW: Minimum wage debate returns  Campbell River Mirror
Alberta appeals trade ruling, defends rebate program for craft brewers
The Alberta government is appealing a trade panel ruling which determined its craft brewers rebate program and graduated beer price markups violated Canada`s Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).
Alberta challenges ruling that says its beer tax violates trade rules  680 News
Alberta appealing ruling that called beer tax 'discriminatory'  MetroNews Canada
Fewer, smaller mortgages seen in Vancouver after cooling measures enacted
Vancouver home buyers took out smaller and fewer mortgages after the government imposed measures to cool the province's fiery housing market.
Sask. residents borrowing more money, but many still behind on payments: report  CTV News
Average Canadian mortgage nears $200K, up 5% in a year  CBC.ca
Ontario sets date for Ring of Fire roads
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has vowed that after years of delay and halting negotiations, a series of all-weather roads linking isolated First Nations in Northern Ontario with the province's highway system will be under construction by 2019.
Sudbury to get first crack at Ring of Fire nickel  CBC.ca
Road to Ring of Fire mining development gets green light  Toronto Star
Sudbury to enter into single-source agreement with outside architect firm for ...
The development of a new arena in Sudbury, Ont., is moving ahead, but the debate has not come to an end. City council voted seven to four at a meeting on Tuesday to enter into a single-source agreement with a Toronto-based architect firm - used by ...
City moves forward on Sudbury events centre  The Sudbury Star
Arena debate sparks controversy again at city council  Sudbury.com