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Keystone XL approval in the US signals the end of the line for pipeline politics
AP Photo/David ZalubowskiA protester holds up a placard against the construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota at a unity rally on the west steps of the State Capitol late Thursday, Sept.
Alberta premier welcomes Keystone XL pipeline permit  CBC.ca
Yedlin: At last, TransCanada receives presidential permit for KXL  Calgary Herald
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Time for Wynne to step down?
Premier Kathleen Wynne's freshness date may finally have passed. Wynne's approval rating has dropped to a new all-time low of just 12%, according to a poll released by the Angus Reid Institute Friday.
The leader you don't know vs. the leader you don't like: Robert Fisher  CBC.ca
Wynne downplays falling popularity as former minister warns Liberals face ...  Toronto Star
Updated: Chrysler to cut transport operations in Windsor
A Chrysler transport truck leaves Windsor Assembly Plant in Windsor on Aug. 10, 2010. JASON KRYK / WINDSOR STAR. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Fiat Chrysler winding down transport operations, Unifor to fight for jobs  CTV News
Toronto stock index extends rally, Wall Street mixed after 'Trumpcare' pulled
Canada's main stock index extended its rally for a third consecutive day on Friday after beginning the week at its lowest level this year, as Wall Street idled on the latest "Trumpcare" news.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  News1130
TSX clings to modest gain as consumer-related stocks rise  Reuters Canada
Opinion: Blame BC government subsidies for Vancouver's out-of-control real ...
One thing that seems to be ignored in the discussion about buying and selling houses is that provincial real estate owners are the most taxpayer subsidized in all of Canada by the Christy Clark government.
Toronto housing prices hit new highs beyond the reach of even the wealthy  HiBusiness (blog)
Layoff notices handed out at Vancouver Sun and Province
Postmedia began handing out layoff notices to 54 employees today at the Vancouver Sun and Province, including 29 journalists. "Today is going to be a tough day for all of us," wrote Unifor Local 2000 president Brian Gibson on the union website.
Vancouver Sun and Province layoffs speak to the need for a guaranteed annual ...  Straight.com
More than 50 Postmedia employees handed layoff notices at Vancouver Sun and ...  Globalnews.ca
Annual pace of inflation lower last month as fruit and vegetable prices drop
OTTAWA -- The annual pace of inflation in Canada ticked lower in February as higher prices for gasoline were offset in part by declining costs for fresh fruit and vegetables.
Inflation rate cools to 2% in February  CBC.ca
Loonie dips as inflation data support Bank of Canada's dovish stance  The Globe and Mail
Windsor bars face hefty price hike for TV sports
Bar owners in Windsor say they might have to dump television channels such as TSN or Sportsnet if a price hike targeting their establishments increases their cable or satellite bills by hundreds of dollars each month.
Sports Content Will Cost Bars Even More  CKWS
'It's crazy what they are doing': Small sports bars could be hit ...  24 Hours Vancouver
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley blasts Sask. tax hike, budget cuts
The tax hikes and cuts to the public sector proposed in Saskatchewan's latest budget will hurt middle-income families and would never fly next door, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says.
Saskatchewan budget sparks fiery exchanges in Alberta legislature  Edmonton Journal
Braid: New Democrats are delighted by a budget they hate  Calgary Herald
Killing the transit tax credit catches riders off guard and could hurt the TTC
Finance Minister Bill Morneau says it didn't boost ridership enough and cost Ottawa too much. Loretta Ryan of Toronto, and a regular Metropass user, says removing the federal transit tax credit will cost her about $200 a year.
Nixing of transit tax credit in federal budget draws ire  The Globe and Mail
In a city of side hustles, sting of transit credit cut hurts precarious ...  rabble.ca (blog)