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Enbridge pipeline leaks 200000 litres of oil condensate in Strathcona County
Cleanup efforts are underway after an Enbridge pipeline leaked 200,000 litres of oil condensate at an industrial site in Strathcona County.
Enbridge cleaning up pipeline leak of 200, 000 litres of oil condensate in ...  Edmonton Journal
Enbridge suspects construction in area caused pipeline leak near Edmonton  660 News  
To take advantage of coming agriculture 'revolution' Canada needs investment ...
A leading Canadian agri-food expert says Canada has an opportunity to significantly boost its gross domestic product and be a key player in the coming agriculture-industrial revolution.
Farm income to drop for 2016 and 2017 as livestock prices weaken: forecast  CTV News
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada expecting farm incomes to remain high  Yorkton This Week (press release)
Montreal tech entrepreneur sells luxury vacation app to Airbnb
A Montreal based company specializing in high-end retreats was recently sold for enough money to guarantee its founder a permanent five-star vacation, but he says he's just getting started.
Airbnb acquires Luxury Retreats, beating out Expedia, Accor  Times of Oman
The key to Luxury Retreats' exit to Airbnb was optionality  BetaKit
Disability aid rates to rise $50 a month starting April 1
The B.C. government announced a $50-a-month raise to disability assistance rates Friday, a modest increase that advocates say still leaves thousands of vulnerable people living in poverty.
Province's 'incredibly disappointing' disability rate increase ...
Province's disability rate increase gives back what BC premier 'took ...  The Globe and Mail
Going, going, sold: Metro Vancouver homes heading to the auction block
Lots of things are bought and sold at auctions - but what about houses? Harcourts Canada, a New Zealand-based real estate company is hoping to start a new trend in Metro Vancouver house sales by introducing auction-style property bidding.
Vancouver's real estate market will keep falling: BCREA
Greater Vancouver home sales prices expected to keep falling this year  News1130
City of Ottawa hopes for 'year of housing' in upcoming federal budget
City of Ottawa officials will make their pitch for a big funding boost in the upcoming federal budget to allow hundreds of new affordable or social housing units to be built locally.
Federal budget to deliver significant investments in housing, says minister  National Observer
Making San Diego affordable  The San Diego Union-Tribune
Bag missing a month, Air Canada still looking
A visiting student from Brazil who is worried that he will never see his luggage again after it was lost by Air Canada in January on his trip from the Brazilian capital to Toronto, has taken to Twitter to voice his displeasure with the airline ...
Air Canada says low loonie not deterring Canadians from travelling to US  CTV News
Air Canada to keep focus on international routes  The Globe and Mail
Boil water advisory issued for users of Comox Valley water system
Residents in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, 45,000 of them, are being asked to boil their water because intense rainfall has caused turbidity to interfere with the safe treatment of drinking water.
Boil-water advisory issued for Comox Valley after heavy rains  Times Colonist
Boil Water Notice for all users of the Comox Valley water system  Comox Valley Record
TVO says it will continue to operate transmitters in Kitchener, 7 others it ...
TORONTO -- TV Ontario has backtracked on plans to shut down eight over-the-air transmitters across the province. TVO had previously announced a plan to decommission the transmitters in Ottawa, Belleville, Thunder Bay, Chatham, Cloyne, Kitchener, ...
TVO towers for over-the-air broadcasting to stay after province comes up ...  London Free Press
TVO Won't Drop Signal Outside Toronto
Hydro project to strengthen reliability of electricity supply in southern Manitoba
Manitoba Hydro is moving forward with building two transmission lines that will strengthen the reliability of southern Manitoba's electricity supply after receiving an Environment Act Licence from the Province of Manitoba on January 30.
Manitoba Hydro gets OK for transmission lines  Winnipeg Sun