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Etihad Airways responds to laptop ban with free iPad and Wi-Fi for 1st class
One Middle Eastern airline targeted by new U.S. rules banning computers on certain flights has responded by offering first and business class passengers complimentary use of a tablet computer with internet access while on board.
Etihad to lend US-bound passengers iPads as ban workaround  CTV News
Etihad Airways is giving some customers a major perk to defy the US ...  Business Insider
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Cenovus buys ConocoPhillips assets for $17.7-billion
Cenovus Energy Inc. is paying $17.7-billion in cash and shares for oil sands and other assets owned by ConocoPhillips Co. in the second major consolidation in the oil patch this month.
Cenovus to buy ConocoPhillips' Canadian assets for a massive $17.7 billion  Financial Post
Cenovus Energy buying most of ConocoPhillips' Canadian assets for $17.7B  CBC.ca
Lululemon warns of 'slow start' to 2017, despite double-digit revenue boost in Q4
Brian Berman/Lululemon via APLululemon revamped its store wall of yoga pants with new fabrics and organized them by how they feel - relaxed, naked, hugged, held-in and tight.
Lululemon shares tumble in after-hours trading on weak guidance  BNN
Lululemon sees net revenue of US$789M in fourth quarter, US$2.3B for 2016  Cape Breton Post
Brad Wall invites Calgary energy companies to move to Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is taking a turf war with Alberta to its economic heart, inviting energy companies based in Calgary to move their headquarters to his province.
Taxing is easy; government prudence is hard  The Globe and Mail
VIA Rail hits the brakes on $150 youth passes for July after website crashes
VIA Rail revealed on Tuesday it is offering $150 unlimited train passes for Canadian youth during July, but has since suspended its promotion after "high demand" caused the website to crash.
High demand for youth pass derails Via Rail website  Toronto Sun
Via Rail suspends sale of all-you-can-travel Canada 150 Youth Pass  Globalnews.ca
Purolator strike averted as deal reached before deadline
Purolator says it has reached a tentative contract agreement with Teamsters Canada ahead of today's strike deadline. The company says it is returning to normal operations and again accepting shipments after stopping them on Tuesday.
Purolator back to business as usual, as agreement reached with union  CBC.ca
News you can use for Wednesday, March 29, 2017  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Landslide halts Amtrak train service between Seattle and Vancouver
A landslide near the Canada-U.S. border has shut down Amtrak train service between Vancouver and Seattle. All rail traffic in the area is suspended until Friday, March 31, according to a statement from Amtrak.
Amtrak service shut down after landslide in Surrey  News1130
BC landslide halts Amtrak service from Vancouver to Seattle  CTV News
Greenbelt won't be loosened to ease housing prices, says Wynne
Premier Kathleen Wynne warns the Greenbelt will not be loosened to alleviate the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area's housing challenges.
Reducing Greenbelt area not an option as Ontario tackles housing shortage: Wynne  Ottawa Citizen
Nicholls and PCs offer no solution to hydro woes  Chatham Daily News
Picton water treatment plant reopens, but water emergency remains in place
PICTON, Ont. -- The mayor of Picton, Ont., has declared a water emergency as a precautionary measure and is asking residents to limit their water use because of contaminants leaking from a partially submerged barge.
State of emergency in PEC  The Kingston Whig-Standard
Leak from barge leads to 'water emergency' in Prince Edward County  CBC.ca
Royal Bank of Canada (RY) Director Sells C$346421.96 in Stock
Royal Bank of Canada logo Royal Bank of Canada (TSE:RY) (NYSE:RY) Director David Ian Mckay sold 3,578 shares of the business's stock in a transaction that occurred on Tuesday, March 21st.
Canadian Utilities (CDUAF) Broker Views On Wall Street  Normangee Star