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'First big victory': Quebec taxi industry gets green light for class-action ...
A Quebec Superior Court judge is allowing taxi companies and drivers to launch a class-action lawsuit against the Uber ride-hailing service in hopes of reclaiming hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue, their lawyer says.
Quebec judge authorizes taxi industry-led class action against Uber  
Taxi drivers get green light to sue Uber for $100 million  
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About 200,000 litres of oil spilled near Stoughton, Sask., last week. The pipeline breach occurred on First Nations land about 140 kilometres southeast of Regina.
With just over three months to go before a provincial election, Premier Christy Clark is boasting that B.C. leads the nation in job growth.
The city will provide $45 million from the rainy day fund to cap property taxes at five per cent instead of the 30 per cent some businesses would have faced otherwise.
From book stores to barber shops, businesses across British Columbia can now ask the provincial government for permission to serve liquor.
Developers behind a proposed highrise along Whyte Avenue will have to wait another eight weeks to see if Edmonton city council will let them begin construction on the huge new apartment building.

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Bank of Canada daily digest

Money markets Change
Overnight rate 0.500% +0.0026
Corporate paper, 1 month 0.860% 0.00
Treasury bill, 1 month 0.420% 0.00
Inflation
Total consumer price index 1.50% +0.300
Interest rates
10 year bond 2.27% +0.0100
Prime business rate 2.70% 0.00
Conventional mortgage, 5 yrs 4.64% 0.00