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How oil pipelines became one of the most divisive issues in Canadian politics
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs leads a protest against expansion of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline on Jan. 19, while National Energy Board hearings continue in Burnaby.
Pipeline decision a betrayal  Toronto Star
Canadian Elite Applauds Liberals' Pipeline Approval, Demands Trudeau ...  Center for Research on Globalization
Ottawa Citizen  
Alberta unemployment soars to nine per cent — the highest since 1994 — as ...
Unemployment in Alberta soared to its highest rate in more than 22 years last month, even as economists continued to point to signs of a modest recovery heading into 2017.
Gary Lamphier: Latest dismal job report highlights need for new pipelines  Edmonton Journal
Nov jobs data means nothing should stop US Fed from hiking rate in Dec  Economic Times
Calgary gets lion's share as public transit in Alberta gets $500M boost
From solar charging storage for electric buses in Grande Prairie, to new buses for Red Deer, to big investments paving the way for Calgary's Green Line LRT, the federal and provincial governments loosened the purse strings for transit on Saturday.
More than $540M in funding committed to Alberta's new public transit ...  CTV News
Major funding announcement for Calgary Transit
More than 1000 rally against carbon tax at Alberta legislature
More than a thousand people were out at the Alberta legislature on Saturday to protest the carbon tax put forward by the NDP government.
Boisterous rally at the legislature calls on Rachel Notley to scrap the ...  Edmonton Sun
Hundreds of Albertans protest carbon tax at second Legislature rally
CIBC hikes dividend as 20% profit jump beats expectations, while TD disappoints
National PostCanadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Canada's fifth-biggest lender, reported net income of $931 million, up from $778 million the year before.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce: It's Still a Screaming Buy  The Motley Fool Canada
CIBC exposure to mortgage market 'extraordinarily high,' analysts warn  BNN
Stelco flags return to Hamilton
A handful of former employees were outside the main gates Friday morning of the newly rebranded Stelco to remind them of ongoing issues that need to be addressed.
'Making Stelco great again': A Hamilton steel company changes its ...
Stelco begins hiring to fill key roles as it prepares to operate independently  CTV News
Porter Airlines celebrates 10 years in business
When pilot Robert DeLuce launched Porter Airlines 10 years ago with just one route, a handful of employees and two airplanes, the Chapleau, Ont.
'Reckless' flying drone near Toronto's Billy Bishop prompts ...
Danger written in the sky as drones imperil civil aviation  The South Bayview Bulldog
Crews hope to reopen Ucluelet/Tofino highway by 10:30 pm
The main highway to Ucluelet and Tofino could be reopened tonight, after being cut off by a torrent of water that scoured out the road.
Highway 4 west of Port Alberni remains closed after road wash out
Crews working to make Highway 4 passable following wash out  CHEK
Canada's banks weather choppy quarter and gear up for stronger U.S. in 2017
It's been a choppy quarter for Canada's big banks, and investors have reacted accordingly. Banks that have topped expectations (CIBC, Bank of Nova Scotia and National Bank) have seen their stocks rise handsomely this week.
National Bank raises dividend despite 11% drop in profit; launches bond fund ...  Financial Post
2 of Canada's 6 Largest Banks Just Did This  The Motley Fool Canada
Carnival's Princess Cruise Line to pay $40-million for dumping
Carnival Corp.'s Princess Cruise Lines unit agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges over waste dumped from one of its ships and pay $40-million (U.
'Magic pipe' used to spew oily waste into water: Princess Cruises to ...  The Province
Cruise line which stops in Vancouver fined $40-million US for secret pollution  News1130