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NEB cancels 2 days of Energy East hearings in Montreal after 'violent disruption'
The National Energy Board hearings in Montreal on the proposed Energy East pipeline were cancelled on Monday after protesters stormed into the room, marking a difficult start to a process already subject to intense criticism in Quebec.
Protests stall Energy East hearings in Montreal  The Globe and Mail
Protests disrupt Energy East pipeline hearings in Montreal  CTV News
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Statistics Canada celebrates 'best census since 1666'
On the long list of what Canadians love, it seems you can add filling out census forms to pastimes such as watching hockey and listening to The Tragically Hip.
StatsCan says thanks for 'best census ever' after huge response rate  CTV News
2016 marks most successful census in Canadian history
Canada Post, workers union agree to extend mediation another 24 hours
Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers agreed late Monday to extend a mediation effort aimed at resolving their labour dispute by another 24 hours.
Canada Post, union extend mediation another 24 hours
EBay wants Trudeau to intervene in Canada Post labour dispute; mediation ...  Toronto Star
Ritchie Bros. to acquire IronPlanet to accelerate its customer centric multi ...
Increases customer choice; enhances online offerings; provides penetration into large, additional segments; Business combination expected to significantly increase growth in revenue and earnings; effectively uses strength of Ritchie Bros.
Ritchie Bros. to buy US e-commerce site IronPlanet  The Globe and Mail
Ritchie Bros. buys IronPlanet for US$758.5 million
Manitoba boosts funding for northern tourism as Churchill workers feel ignored
The Manitoba government plans to boost funding for the northern economy at a time that has laid-off workers on edge and demanding answers following the closure of the Port of Churchill.
Kelly McParland: Subsidies leave Churchill with a hangover  National Post
Tourism grants to boost economy announced for Churchill, Manitoba  MetroNews Canada
Financials lift S&P/TSX and Wall Street, miners chip in too in Toronto but oil ...
National PostStrong third quarter earnings from Canadian banks last week helped to push up the S&P/TSX Composite in Monday trading.
TSX financials, miners shine but gains muted by energy
Canadian Dollar Hits Lowest Mark In 2 Weeks  Huffington Post Canada
First span of new Traffic Bridge going up
Saskatoon's new Traffic Bridge will start taking shape next week. Construction crews will begin putting up the south span of the structure, the city says.
Work starts on Traffic Bridge span next week  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
New span set to go up at site of old Traffic Bridge in Saskatoon
Edmontonians can use water as usual after EPCOR lifts restriction
EPCOR has lifted its call for Capital Region residents to limit non-essential water use. Because of increased debris in the North Saskatchewan River following heavy rainfall last week, EPCOR struggled to keep up with potable water production.
EPCOR lifts voluntary water restrictions for Edmonton and area  CTV News
EPCOR lifts water restriction in Edmonton
Detroit Three's Canadian workers give union strike mandate
The union representing workers at the Canadian operations of the major U.S. automakers has received a strike mandate from its members as it prepares to negotiate contracts.
Strike mandate for Unifor: 97 per cent vote to strike if no deal with GM
Canadian auto union votes to strike if no deal reached with Big Three carmakers  Financial Post
Canola dispute with China could have serious impact on Alberta farmers
New standards on Canadian canola exports being demanded by China has producers worried, something the prime minister said is a priority as he heads to Beijing.
Canola farmers worried about new China plans
Canola producers worried about looming loss of Chinese market and $2 billion ...  Regina Leader-Post