The U.S. House of Representatives has turned up the political heat on the Obama administration over the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, passing a bill Wednesday that would grant approval for the project.
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Governments don't usually pursue policies that choke off growth or eliminate jobs. Looks like the Canadian government, though, didn't get the memo.
Slower traffic could actually speed up the daily commute in Calgary, researchers at the University of Calgary say. �The idea is to slow down traffic in a way that maintains the freeways operating close to their capacity,� said Lina Kattan, director of a new traffic ...
Two Toronto-area developers offered up preliminary details of a new highrise planned to tower over all of downtown Winnipeg as the province's highest building.