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Trump administration will press Canada, Mexico to reopen NAFTA: report
The man U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has tapped to reshape the country's trade policy will soon send a letter to Canadian and Mexican officials urging them to reopen NAFTA talks, according to a report.
Trump won't dump investor rights – and here's why  The Globe and Mail
Donald Trump's Mexico-bashing hurts American interests too  Financial Times
Bank of Canada warns of 'material' hit from Trump policies
Canadian economy will take a “material” hit from a protectionist Trump administration, although the scale is unknown: Bank of Canada.
Bank of Canada holds amid 'uncertainty,' takes aim at dollar  BNN
Bank of Canada holds rate: Read the official statement  Financial Post
CMHC to raise mortgage insurance premiums for new homebuyers
Canada's federal housing agency is hiking the cost of mortgage loan insurance for homebuyers starting March 17, as part of new regulatory requirements requiring it to hold more capital to offset risks in the country's red-hot real estate market.
Why we don't need to baby first-time home buyers  The Globe and Mail
CMHC to hike mortgage insurance premiums starting March 17
Ontario proposes to boost water bottling fee by $500 per million litres
Public outcry erupted last year over the small fee of $3.71 that the province currently charges for every million litres. Bottles of water move on the production line at the Nestle Waters Canada plant near Guelph, Ont.
Ontario makes a move on water bottling  Radio Canada International
The Canadian dollar is on its hottest streak since the currency first floated ...
National Postthe loonie's charge higher may pose an added wrinkle for the Bank of Canada, which is due to deliver its latest interest rate announcement today.
Asia stocks up as Trump's dollar comment boosts exporters  The Globe and Mail
Dollar Retraces Some of Trump's Intervention Loss  MarketPulse (blog)
BC First Nations unite in fight against Trans Mountain pipeline
With the Trans Mountain pipeline now past the major hurdles of federal and provincial approvals, three First Nations in British Columbia say they're focusing on the courts as a key battleground in their fight against the $6.8-billion project.
BC First Nations file legal action against Ottawa's Trans Mountain ...  660 News
BC First Nations launch court challenge to stop Trans Mountain expansion
Fraser Institute disputes air pollution reduction claims from phasing out coal
The Lambton Generating Station near Courtright, shown in this file photo, closed in 2013 as part of the Ontario government's move to end coal-fired electricity generation in the province.
Wynne, McGuinty bungled green energy  Toronto Sun
TTC will miss 2016 ridership target, which could cost it $46M
The TTC says "unfavourable" ridership numbers in 2016 will likely cost the transit agency $46 million. That estimate - ridership numbers from December aren't available yet - is included in CEO Andy Byford's latest report, which will be presented to ...
Gripes about the TTC are well-founded, but the future looks brighter  The Globe and Mail
Chris Selley: TTC service has improved. Now let's have more, please, and ...  National Post
At the open: TSX falls as oil fall weighs on energy stocks
Canada's main stock index slipped in early trade on Wednesday, weighed down by energy stocks as oil prices slid and by a slump in uranium miner Cameco Corp.
Personal Investor: Canadian equity funds fall short in 2016  BNN
120 Cameco employees to be laid off at McArthur River, Key Lake, Cigar Lake
Dirty plastic means Nova Scotia manufacturer must import clean material from ...
The co-owner of a manufacturing plant in Shubenacadie, N.S., says his business has to import recycled plastic from outside of the province because there is no washing facility closer to home.
Shell Canada seals second deepwater well off Nova Scotia, silent on results  Calgary Herald
CUPE Nova Scotia's pre-budget submission  Digital Journal