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BC sawmill workers brace for punitive new US duties on softwood lumber
B.C. sawmill workers are bracing for an anxious summer after the United States increased tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber. The U.S.
US raises total softwood lumber duties
US slaps dumping duties on Canadian wood, Ottawa vows to fight  Reuters Canada
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Ontario to ban ticket-buying 'bots', cap markups in scalping crackdown
Ontario plans to ban rapid ticket-buying “bot” software and put a cap on markups for resold tickets at 50 per cent of their face value to make scalping less lucrative as part of broad legislation to make ticket buying more fair.
Ontario government to propose ban on ticket 'scalper bots'  National Post
Ontario pitches new rules to crack down on ticket scalping and bots
AHS employees fired over racial slur directed at First Nation official
Two AHS employees have lost their jobs over a racial slur that was used in a text message during a seminar for educators at the Kainai First Nation.
Alberta Health Services fires two employees over use of racial slur  The Globe and Mail
2 Alberta Health Services staff fired after racial slur texted to Kainai ...
Tim Hortons franchisee row spreads to US, threatens expansion
Discontent among Tim Hortons franchisees over the parent company's efficiency drive has spread south of the border, posing a threat to the fast-food chain's plans for significant U.S.
Disgruntled US Tim Hortons franchisees follow Canadian example, form alliance  CTV News
Tim Hortons' US franchisees form alliance as tensions boil  Financial Post
Toronto Star to shutter underperforming tablet app, lay off thirty
The Toronto Star is shutting down Star Touch, the ambitious tablet app it launched less than two years ago in the hope of forging a digital future against dwindling returns on print media advertising and circulation revenue at its parent company.
Toronto Star abandons Star Touch tablet app, lays off 30 staff members  The Globe and Mail
Toronto Star shutters Star Touch, lays off 30 staff  Financial Post
Tentative contract agreement averts threatened strike by LCBO workers
A tentative contract agreement has been reached averting a strike by LCBO workers that was set to begin at midnight. The agreement was signed shortly after the strike deadline passed, and was announced in a news release from the Ontario Public Service ...
LCBO strike averted and consumers, restaurants and the finance minister are ...  Toronto Star
Ottawa shoppers stock up as clock ticks down on LCBO labour talks  Ottawa Citizen
The close: TSX edges lower as resource shares weigh
Canada's main stock index edged lower on Monday in cautious trading ahead of quarter-end, as declines in the heavyweight resource and financial groups offset gains for consumer-related shares.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Financial Post
TSX ends narrowly lower as resource shares weigh  Reuters Canada
City council approves the Green Line, focus turns to funding
They've got a plan, now city council needs to convince the provincial government to give it some big cash to build it. City council voted 12-3 on the final alignment and station locations for the Green Line, Calgary's next LRT project.
Council approves final alignment and station locations for Green Line LRT ...  Calgary Herald
Council moves forward on Green Line LRT  660 News
Workers heard creaking, cracking before NSLC ceiling collapse
Nobody was injured after the ceiling of the NSLC store in Wolfville, N.S., partially collapsed on Monday afternoon. Corporation spokesperson Beverly Ware said the incident happened at about 3 p.m.. Shortly before, four employees were working in the ...
No injuries after ceiling collapses at Wolfville NSLC  CTV News
No one injured after ceiling collapse at NSLC in Wolfville, NS
NS MP introduces bill to change the way Canadians dispose of light bulbs
A Nova Scotia MP is hoping to change the way Canadians dispose of light bulbs with a private member's bill. Darren Fisher -- who represents Dartmouth-Cole Harbour -- is behind Bill C-238, a strategy for the safe disposal of light bulbs containing mercury.
Canadians will soon have a law on how to dispose of mercury-filled light bulbs