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Clean-energy deal signed Friday in 1st step to green NAFTA
Canada, the United States and Mexico have signed a trilateral agreement that could mark the start of discussions on the first North American accord on climate change and clean energy.
North American energy ministers renew focus on green energy partnership  The Globe and Mail
North American energy ministers sign agreement to share data on clean energy  Calgary Herald
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Yedlin: It's time to sell Alberta's potential
As layoffs continued in the oilpatch this week, and an estimated 10,000 fewer people funnelling into the downtown every day, there is no getting away from the impact of the persistently sliding oil price, and being a landlocked and higher cost producer.
Latest housing report predicts steep drop in Calgary home prices  660 News
From airlines to telecom to beer, oil price pain seeps into other sectors  Globalnews.ca
Canadian dollar climbs as crude oil prices surge
The Canadian dollar rose against its U.S. counterpart on Friday as a surge in oil prices supported the risk-sensitive commodity currency, even as solid U.S.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ strengthens as crude oil prices surge  Reuters
Canadian dollar and business outlook  Grainews
Two-level tournament centre proposed for Rexall Place
Renderings for the future of Rexall Place are giving the public a glimpse of what the building could be used for in the future. Floor plans obtained by CTV News show a two-level facility with at least six sheets of ice.
Edmonton mayor says city funding for Rexall revamp needs solid business case  Edmonton Sun
Dan Barnes: It's down to the wire for horse racing at Edmonton Northlands  Edmonton Journal
Roll Up rules: New ways to claim Tim Hortons prizes
Tim Hortons' quintessentially Canadian contest, Roll Up The Rim, is back this year with a few tweaks to the contest, including an adjustment to make it easier to claim gift cards.
Eco-conscious coffee lover wants Tim Hortons to roll up a green rim  680 News
Are you being left out of the Roll Up The Rim contest?  MoneySense
Telus hit by economic conditions, wireless competition as profit falls in ...
Telus Corp. chief executive officer Darren Entwistle acknowledged that 2015 was “a rather mediocre year” for the company, which reported a drop in fourth-quarter profit amid difficult economic conditions in Alberta and a more competitive period for ...
Telus profit declines in Q4 amid Alberta economic slowdown, more competition  Montreal Gazette
Q4 profits fall 16.3% at Telus  Cartt.ca (subscription)
Taseko files lawsuit against Ottawa over BC gold and copper mine decision
VANCOUVER - Taseko Mines Ltd. (TSX: TKO) is suing the federal government in B.C. Supreme Court and seeking unspecified compensation for a 2014 decision that blocked development of a proposed $1.5 billion gold and copper deposit.
Vancouver's Taseko Mines files civil suit against federal government  Vancouver Sun
Taseko sues Ottawa  Resource Clips
Water improvement applications overflowing
The Okanagan Basin Water Board has $58,000 available for water projects in the North Okanagan but local jurisdictions have applied for about $100,000 for 2016.
Federal funds flow to Okanagan for water sustainability  Okanagan Life Magazine
Federal Gas Tax dollars bolster Okanagan Basin Water Board efforts to ...  Kelowna Capital News
Taxi drivers in Copenhagen demonstrated against Uber
The protests started at 9 pm, when around 300 taxi drivers blocked Kongens Nytorv, one of the city's central squares, to protest against the controversial practices of the US company.
Josh Freed: Montreal could learn from other cities' Uber battles  Montreal Gazette
Uber creates opportunities for a diverse group of NJ drivers  NorthJersey.com
Don't Let 'National Unity' Sidetrack The Energy East Debate
Last January 21, when Mayor Denis Coderre, the spokeman of the 82 municipalities of Montreal 's Urban Community, said "no" to TransCanada's Energy East pipeline, there was an uproar in Western Canada.
TransCanada reveals job cuts hit about 10% of its work force  The Globe and Mail
Pipeline giant explores new strategy to win social license, after posting ...  National Observer