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OSC chair sees 'hard slog' as Corporate Canada slow to adopt diversity policies
Just 21 per cent of publicly traded companies have adopted policies to boost the proportion of women on their boards, suggesting Corporate Canada is moving slowly to embrace new diversity standards introduced two years ago by securities regulators.
Women on corporate boards in Canada falls far short of 30 per cent target  Financial Post
Number of women on corporate boards edged higher to 12 per cent: report  CTV News
Pacific NorthWest LNG approval will benefit Alberta: Notley
Premier Rachel Notley expects Alberta will benefit from the Pacific NorthWest LNG plant approved by the federal government, should it go ahead.
Ottawa green lights natural gas pipeline in BC  CTV News
Ottawa gives conditional approval to Pacific NorthWest LNG project
At midday: TSX rises as financials and Blackberry gain ground
Canada's main stock index rose on Wednesday, led by the country's heavyweight bank shares, while BlackBerry Ltd rallied after announcing a strategic shift away from hardware.
Canadian stocks rise with oil, while Wall Street retreats in choppy trade  Financial Post
TSX rises as financial stocks, BlackBerry gain ground
Oil prices spike almost 5% on report OPEC will cap oil output in November
Ryad Kramdi/AFP/Getty ImagesParticipants gather in the lobby ahead of an informal meeting between members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, in the Algerian capital Algiers, on September 28, 2016.
Saudis soften oil stance on Iran but OPEC deal still elusive  The Globe and Mail
Old rivalries seen blocking OPEC deal to support oil price  Calgary Herald
Anheuser-Busch pays $6M to settle India bribery accusations
WASHINGTON -- Anheuser-Busch InBev will pay $6 million to settle charges by U.S. regulators that it paid off government officials in India to boost sales and production, then tried to quiet an employee who raised the issue.
SABMiller, Anheuser-Busch Inbev merging clears hurdle  Toronto Star
US Stocks Wobble as Phone Companies Fall, Oil Prices Jump  New York Times
Vancouver proposes strict limits on Airbnb
Vancouver is moving to restrict short-term rentals like Airbnb, prohibiting full-time listings that have been blamed for exacerbating the city's housing crisis by taking homes off the market.
Vancouver proposes licensing Airbnb short-term rentals  CTV News
New Airbnb rules could shut down 1000 short-term listings in Vancouver, says ...
City council approves plan to provide more info about civil servants' pay
City council has approved a plan to take some of the guesswork out of its disclosure of Winnipeg public servant salaries. Council voted unanimously Wednesday to improve the transparency of the city's annual compensation disclosure, a list of payouts to ...
Council approves $311K settlement in Handi-Transit human-rights case  Winnipeg Free Press
City could pay $310K to Handi-Transit riders denied senior discounts  MetroNews Canada
No growth-fee vote or Marion decision as council gathers for first time this fall
Two of the biggest issues facing city hall won't be decided at today's meeting of city council - but they are still up for debate.
Privatizing liquor sales a headache for Tories  Brandon Sun
320000 immigrants came to Canada in past year, highest number since 1971
More than 300,000 immigrants arrived in Canada in the past year, the highest number since comparable record-keeping began, new estimates show.
Canadian population sees biggest spike since 1988 – thanks to immigrants ...
Manitoba population growth outpaces national average  Winnipeg Free Press
Record year for Greater Vancouver commercial properties; rest of Western ...
KELOWNA, BC, Sept. 28, 2016 /CNW/ - Much of Western Canada continued to experience slower market activity in the first half of the year as regional economies continued to recover from the downturn in the oil sector.
The Tuesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories  MetroNews Canada
Vancouver real estate has always been expensive—and we have proof  BCBusiness