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GM workers vote in favour of new contract
TORONTO -- Unionized workers at General Motors have accepted a new contract with the auto giant. Unifor, which represents the workers, says 64.7 per cent of the members who cast ballots voted in favour of the contract.
Unionized workers vote 64.7 per cent in favour of GM contract that promises ...  Financial Post
More auto talks start today between Unifor and Fiat-Chrysler  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
St. Catharines Standard  
UNESCO begins monitoring mission of Wood Buffalo National Park
Wood Buffalo National Park is home to what is considered the largest freshwater boreal delta on the planet. Because of this, the area - created by the convergence of the Athabasca and Peace rivers - was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1983.
UN monitoring mission eyes Site C dam impact of Wood Buffalo National Park  680 News
Wood Buffalo National Park under siege, fears visiting UNESCO World Heritage ...  Edmonton Journal
Vast majority of transit workers vote against city's offer
More than 90 per cent of Saskatoon Transit workers have voted to not vote on the city's most recent offer. In a secret ballot vote at two special meetings on Sunday, 92.4 per cent of union members voted against putting the offer to a vote.
Saskatoon Transit union offers to return to contract talks  CBC.ca
More than 90 per cent of transit workers reject city's latest offer  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Skaters and neighbours break the ice at opening of the downtown community arena
Downtown community arena A tiny McDavid steps onto the ice after the grand opening of the Downtown Community Arena attached to Rogers Place in Edmonton, Sunday, September 25, 2016.
Edmonton Downtown Community rink opens its doors  MetroNews Canada
Edmonton Rogers Place community rink opens to public  Globalnews.ca
Clock ticking down on final decision for $36B Pacific NorthWest LNG project
Time is running out for the federal government to decide on whether to approve the Pacific NorthWest LNG project, which could open the way for one of the largest infrastructure investments in Canadian history.
Pacific Northwest LNG could have significant impact; CEAA  Energeticcity.ca
British Columbia may soon see more small scale LNG operations, but will we ...  CJDC
Weekend water main break leads to traffic detours along Edmonton's busy Jasper ...
“One of our contractors struck a water line- obviously caused a water flow which flooded the street so we've had to close Jasper Avenue,” Dean Heuman with TransEd said.
Valley Line LRT construction causes water main break on Jasper Avenue  CTV News
Water main break shuts portion of east Jasper Avenue until midweek  Edmonton Sun
ArcelorMittal Dofasco fined after worker loses consciousness
ArcelorMittal Dofasco has been fined $60,000 after a worker lost consciousness from gas fumes at the Burlington Street East plant.
ArcelorMittal Dofasco fined after worker injured  CanIndia News
Vancouver housing crisis prompts dramatic rethink
When Vancouver planners developed a 10-year strategy to improve housing options in the city back in 2012, the situation was already dire.
Mayors form alliance to push for provincial, federal housing cash  MetroNews Canada
1st mosque in Manitoba celebrates 40th anniversary
Dozens of people gathered in St. Vital Sunday night to celebrate the anniversary of Manitoba's first mosque, and the spirit of community it continues to inspire in its members after 40 years.
First mosque in Manitoba celebrates 40th anniversary, changes name  Winnipeg Free Press
IKEA Canada Announces Move to Cage-Free Eggs
BURLINGTON, ON, Sept. 26, 2016 /CNW/ - IKEA Canada announced that as part of its commitment to more sustainable food offerings, it will only be serving cage-free eggs in all its IKEA Canada restaurants as of November 2nd, 2016. This supply chain ...
IKEA U.S. Announces the Move to Cage-Free Eggs  Digital Journal