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Federal budget positions Canada to lure scientists from US and Britain
Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan is touting this week's federal budget as a positive one for Canadian researchers, with its commitments to refurbish government labs, renewed funding for stem-cell and quantum-computing research centres and a $125 ...
Liberals open to letting more private dollars pay for public services: Morneau  CTV News
Budget 2017's economic forecasts are timid and that spells good news for ...  Financial Post
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Does a sales tax on Uber pave way for a 'Netflix tax' in Canada? Probably
The federal government's decision to slap sales taxes on ride-sharing services like Uber may pave the way for sales taxes on digital services like Netflix, industry watchers say.
Uber pans, taxi industry praises addition of GST to ride-hailing  Vancouver Sun
Uber calls GST requirement a 'tax on innovation'  Toronto Star
State Department set to approve Keystone XL
The U.S. State Department is poised to approve TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone XL pipeline, moving the $8-billion (U.S.) project one big step closer to reality.
Controversial Keystone XL pipeline may finally get US approval tomorrow ...  Financial Post
The Thursday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories  680 News
Air Miles alerts members someone is stealing cash miles
Air Miles is warning members that thieves have managed to steal cash miles from some collectors. The theft happened in a "small number" of cases when points were used to buy products in stores, says the rewards program.
Air Miles alerts its members that cash miles have been stolen from some members  Montreal Gazette
Air Miles suspends Cash Miles redemption due to fraudulent activity  680 News
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley blasts Sask. tax hike, budget cuts
The tax hikes and cuts to the public sector proposed in Saskatchewan's latest budget will hurt middle-income families and would never fly next door, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says.
Saskatchewan budget sparks fiery exchanges in Alberta legislature  Edmonton Journal
Rachel Notley fights back against O'Leary comments: ' ...  Globalnews.ca
Morneau not finished addressing hot housing markets: 'There are clearly supply ...
National PostSpeculative investing in the real estate market - buying a home in the hope of turning a profit rather than to live in - is believed to be one of the culprits behind soaring house prices in certain markets including Toronto and Vancouver ...
Q&A: Josh Gordon, the researcher who blames buyers for rising home ...  Toronto Life
Canada looks to provinces to cool hot housing market  Reuters Canada
Ontario Liberals make era of fake news worse
News releases, social media feeds, podium placards, radio and TV advertising, speeches by ministers -- the branding is everywhere, backed by the hefty resources of the state.
Your turn, Wynne: Mayor Tory  Toronto Sun
Financial literacy for Wynne's cabinet  Toronto Star
Matt Robinson: City needs bolder, fearless ideas in housing rethink
Housing activists and area residents concerned with the housing crisis in the Downtown Eastside take part in a 'paint-in' to protest the lack of affordable housing, in a spare lot slated for development on W. Hastings Street in Vancouver in May 2016.
Vancouver unveils ambitious plan to match new housing to incomes  MetroNews Canada
Could a 'third housing sector' help keep the middle class in Vancouver?  Globalnews.ca
Sask. justice department investigating Husky oil spill
An investigation into a major oil spill in Saskatchewan last year has been handed over to Crown prosecutors. Government officials say the investigation is not criminal, but could result in fines of up to $1 million per day for Husky, the company at the ...
Saskatchewan reviewing pipeline rules in wake of Husky spill  BNN
Saskatchewan Justice reviewing whether charges warranted in Husky oil spill  News1130
Federal budget's impact on Nova Scotia 'still to be determined'
This year's federal budget is not detail-oriented and the impact on Nova Scotians is "still to be determined," according to one policy expert.
Budget no help for seniors: Doctors NS  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Committee issues bevy of classroom-improvement recommendations  Local Xpress