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Christy Clark's big risk with Foreign Home Buyers tax
No one who pays B.C.'s new foreign home buyers tax will get to vote in the province's next election but many who won't pay the tax will feel its impact, which could make a profound difference for what people think about Premier Christy Clark and her B ...
Rush to close home sales before tax deadline overloads land registry  CTV News
Foreign buyers rush to beat BC implementation of new tax  Vancouver Sun
Nanaimo News Bulletin  
Ontario Medical Association sets date for vote on proposed fee agreement
TORONTO - The Ontario Medical Association has set the date for doctors to vote on a proposed fee agreement between the association and the province.
Ontario's doctors announce General Meeting with binding vote on ...  Montreal Gazette
Ontario is gutting health care  Waterloo Record
Water treatment plant set for expansion at Whitecap Dakota First Nation
A water treatment facility at the Whitecap Dakota First Nation is set for expansion after provincial and federal funding was announced Friday.
Water treatment plant no longer an economic obstacle at Whitecap
Whitecap Dakota First Nation expanding water treatment plant
Varcoe: Another spill, another setback for Canada's pipeline cause
Crews work to clean up an oil spill on the North Saskatchewan river near Maidstone, Sask on Friday July 22, 2016. Husky Energy has said between 200,000 and 250,000 litres of crude oil and other material leaked into the river.
Family reunion goes ahead, despite water woes in Saskatchewan
New water supply on way
With new federal permits for Site C dam, Justin Trudeau appears prepared to ...
Justin Trudeau played up his warm and fuzzy environmental credentials before the election, but it looks like he's alienating many conservationists with his government's support for the Site C dam.
Trudeau just broke his promise to Canada's First Nations  National Observer
Trudeau government signals support for Site C dam, grants two permits
Contract awarded as funding plans announced for Martensville, Warman overpasses
A $60.6-million contract to build two overpasses at Martensville and Warman has been awarded to Peter Kiewit Infrastructure Co., the province announced Friday.
International company wins bid for Warman and Martensville overpasses
$60.6M contract awarded for Martensville, Warman overpasses  News Talk 650 CKOM
B.C. craft beer faces another obstacle with Alberta's new grant program
Micro breweries are popping up everywhere on the west coast, making the marketplace the most competitive it's ever been. As Nadia Stewart reports, now Alberta wants to put a tax on B.C.
The Press Gallery #143: The Power Play edition  Edmonton Journal
BC upset at Alberta increasing mark-ups for craft beer by 1000%
Suncor proposes leaving oil sands in ground to cut greenhouse gas emission ...
A proposal by oil sands giant Suncor Energy to leave some of its more difficult-to-produce reserves in the ground, to reduce emissions and costs, is being endorsed by environmentalists - but not by rival producer Cenovus Energy.
Suncor Energy proposes leaving oil in ground to cut greenhouse gas emissions  Toronto Star
Suncor burned by wildfire damages and slump in oil production
Silence from Omnitrax over port layoffs, rail cuts
The northern town of Churchill and the surrounding area have been hit with a crisis this week: the layoff of workers at the port, effectively ending the short shipping season, and a cut in rail service to one train per week.
Port problem challenges prosperity on the Prairies  Brandon Sun
Ottawa should buy Port of Churchill, model it after airports, says mayor
BC Hydro rates rise as demand slows
Revelstoke dam on the Columbia River is due to have a sixth water turbine added, but Site C is BC Hydro's priority today. - image credit: Wikimedia Commons.
Requested rate increase of 1.6% - Hydro-Qu´┐Żbec honors its commitment with a ...  Montreal Gazette
Hydro-Quebec seeking rate increase  CTV News