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CRTC pushes cable providers, public to tell all about new $25 basic TV packs
The CRTC is making cable providers publicly explain their $25 basic TV packages. The broadcast regulator and a consumer group have received hundreds of complaints about the CRTC-mandated TV plans.
CRTC launches public hearing to evaluate so-called skinny cable TV  Vancouver Sun
CRTC launches public hearing to evaluate skinny basic cable  Toronto Sun
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Ottawa pushes ahead with Site C dam amid opposition from academics
The federal government has rejected a call from the Royal Society of Canada and some 250 scientists and academics to put a halt to British Columbia's Site C hydroelectric project despite concerns that the federal-provincial approval in 2014 ignored ...
250 Canadian university professors and Royal Society of Canada speaking out ...  Montreal Gazette
More than 250 Canadian scientists and professors sign letter objecting to ...
One in 4 Canadian homeowners short on paying bills at least once in past year ...
More than a third of Canadian homeowners were caught short at least once in the past year, unable to cover their expenses, a new survey has found.
37% of homeowners caught short of funds at least once in past year, Manulife ...
Nearly 40% of Canadian homeowners struggle to pay monthly bills, survey finds
Alberta brings in carbon levy legislation, estimates higher cost to families
EDMONTON -- Alberta has put forward legislation to implement its multibillion-dollar carbon levy, with new estimates hiking the cost to families to as much as $443 next year.
Update: Alberta families will pay more under climate change bill's ...  Edmonton Journal
Braid: The NDP's 1st birthday selfie — a climate bill from on high  Calgary Herald
City administration presents Metro LRT Line report to Council
A little bit of bright news for the Metro LRT Line, City Council received a report with some changes for the problem-plagued line Tuesday - but many, including Edmontonians and councillors, were clearly frustrated.
Update: Edmonton's Metro Line LRT won't run full speed until August  Edmonton Journal
More problems for Metro Line: audit
Attack of the cankerworms: Regina spraying pesky tree-eating insects
There was a lot of complaining in Regina over the long weekend about the appetite of insects. Tent caterpillars and cankerworms arrived a bit earlier and are eating their way through the leaves on the city's trees.
Spraying for canker worms and tent caterpillars underway in Regina  CTV News
Regina begins spraying to control cankerworms and tent caterpillars
TransLink seeking public input on transit fares
TransLink wants to know what you think about transit fares and how they're structured. It's launching the first comprehensive review of transit fare policy in 30 years.
Commuter input wanted: TransLink launches first fare review in 30 years  CTV News
Have your say in TransLink fare structure  The Tri-City News
Bombardier taking 'bold, decisive action' to deliver LRT trains
Bombardier says it is pulling out all the stops to make sure it is able to meet its new, later, deadline to deliver the trains for the Ion LRT.
Bombardier delays force Waterloo to push back LRT opening  Toronto Star
City not worried about Bombardier woes
Scott Ferguson resigns as Halifax Trade Centre CEO, accepts job in NYC
The president and CEO of Halifax's Trade Centre Limited has resigned to take a job in New York City. Scott Ferguson has accepted a position as the CEO of the World Trade Centers Association.
Scott Ferguson resigns as Halifax Trade Centre CEO
Scott Ferguson, CEO of Trade Centre Limited, resigning
Uber introduces new plan to keep operating in Quebec
The head of Uber's Quebec operations said the ride-hailing company is prepared to temporarily suspend its activities in favour of a new pilot project that it unveiled today.
Que. cab lobby calls out Uber as taxi industry hearings begin  CTV News
Hailo fights Uber's Irish ride-share bid  Irish Independent