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TransCanada revives plan for long-term, fixed-price gas shipments
A once-discarded deal between TransCanada Corp. and Western Canadian natural gas producers for lower-cost shipping to access key Ontario, Quebec and U.S.
TransCanada asks shippers to support new natural gas pipeline tolls
TransCanada offers to slash tolls by nearly half on natural gas pipeline to ...  Financial Post
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Retail sales edge lower in December
Unadjusted retail sales hit an historic high of $50 billion in December and the volume of retail sales was up 3 per cent from a year ago.
'Beyond their breaking point': Retail sales fall as debt weighs down ...  BNN
Alberta retail sales rise for 5th straight month in December
Inside the brutal transformation of Tim Hortons
Since taking over the iconic chain in 2014, its new Brazilian owner, 3G Capital, has purged head office, slashed costs and squeezed suppliers.
North American stock markets hit another round of all-time closing highs
Dairy Queen could be next target for Restaurant Brands: Analyst  BNN
Hudson's Bay Co. misled consumers on mattress prices, says Competition Bureau
Canada's Competition Bureau alleges that the Hudson's Bay Company used deceptive price claims and other tactics to mislead consumers about sales of mattress and box spring sets.
HBC denies deceptive pricing accusations from competition watchdog  Vancouver Sun
Hudson's Bay Co fights back against Canadian competition watchdog ...  Financial Post
Uncertainty over softwood lumber weighs on British Columbia
The softwood-lumber fight between the United States and Canada has thrown a wrench in the B.C. government's forecasting for the forestry sector.
Brace for impact of US softwood lumber duties  Northern Ontario Business
OPINION: Time is ticking for a softwood lumber deal  Burnaby Now
City of Vancouver to request judicial review of Kinder Morgan expansion
Vancouver city councillors passed a motion Wednesday to request a judicial review of the B.C. Liberal's environmental approval of the controversial Kinder Morgan expansion project.
Vancouver plans legal challenge to Kinder Morgan expansion decision  Vancouver Sun
Vancouver City Council votes to seek judicial review of Kinder Morgan ...
What's inside the retirement portfolios of the pros?
Retirement planning is top of mind for Canadians in the home stretch of this year's registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) season.
MONEY MATTERS: RRSPs are a brilliant deduction, Holmes  North Shore News
RRSPs have significant downside  Toronto Star
Johnson Street Bridge held up as example of government waste by taxpayers group
Jordan Bateman, the B.C. director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, holds the 2017 Municipal Teddy Waste Award, given to the City of Victoria's Johnson Street Bridge project.
Awards mocking wasteful spending target Ontario government, CRA and BC bridge  News1130
Canadian's tax dollars at work…or not!  Radio Canada International
Retirees sign petition calling on province to honour pensions if SaskTel is sold
Some SaskTel retirees want to know what will happen to their pensions if the Crown corporation is sold. Many have signed a 4,000-name petition calling on the government to live up to what it promised, even if SaskTel is sold.
SaskTel pensioners worried about potential sale of Crown corporation
SaskTel pension worries raised in light of possible privatization
City opens first office tower in Edmonton's Ice District
Edmonton Tower Officials from the city and the Katz Group officially opened the Edmonton Tower, seen here in October, on Feb. 22, 2017.
Future of Baccarat Casino building in downtown Edmonton remains a mystery
Edmonton Tower opens in Ice District  MetroNews Canada