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This is how the cryptocurrency craze may come crashing to a bitter end
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Bitcoin's 'happy dream' looking more like a nightmare after 20 ...  Financial Post
Bitcoin prices drop as South Korea minister indicates ban still possible  
US corporate tax cuts blunt Canada's competitive edge amid trade worries
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'We are underestimating the upsides': Strong business investment in ...  Financial Post
Loonie flat as investors brace for Bank of Canada rate hike  BNN
BC government taking wait-and-see approach on road pricing recommendations
Motorists merge from four lanes into one as they enter the Lions Gate Bridge to drive into Vancouver. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press).
Council tells TransLink commission to make sure road pricing is fair  Mission City Record
Metro Vancouver drivers could see new tolls, per-kilometre fees
New TTC report shows staggering extent of rush hour overcrowding
Overcrowding during rush hour on Line 1 has reached an all-time worst and a new report shows some startling numbers. About 30,000 people travel southbound from Bloor station per hour and Line 1 is near or exceeding capacity for a 90 minute period ...
TTC riders group says commuters need 'overcrowding relief kits' on ...  Toronto Sun
Horgan dismisses call to ban foreign ownership of BC real estate
B.C. Premier John Horgan has rejected calls from his governing partner, the BC Green Party, to ban foreign ownership of real estate in the province as a measure to cool home prices and execute on promises to improve affordability.
BC premier rejects Green call for foreign buyers ban days before Asia visit  680 News
UPDATE: Friends mourn boy, 15, killed in Vancouver shooting  Smithers Interior News
MPI 'confident' it can find way for Uber, Lyft to come to Manitoba
In this Monday, Sept. 12, 2016, file photo, a self-driving Uber sits ready to take journalists for a ride during a media preview in Pittsburgh.
Gov't won't weigh in on ride-share insurance fight  Winnipeg Sun
MPI releases third quarter financial results
Committee sends Edmonton's 500m booze rule for review
An Edmonton rule requiring liquor stores to be at least 500 metres apart may be a thing of the past after city councillors get a review of the bylaw in June.
Councillors to take another look at distances between liquor stores  Edmonton Journal
Committee considering scrapping liquor store minimum distances for downtown  MetroNews Canada
Minister adamant carbon plan satisfies federal rules — despite deviations
The New Brunswick government is sticking to its story that its climate plan complies with federal requirements - even as Ottawa drops hints that failure to do so could cost the province a lot of money.
Federal carbon tax could bring rebates to Sask., but at a price
Ottawa's carbon-pricing policy moves in the right direction – but modestly  Toronto Star
Two Maritime provinces announce deals for marijuana regulations and supply
Two of Canada's maritime provinces have made announcements pertaining to their plans for the supply, sale, and distribution of legal, adult-use cannabis.
Canopy Growth enters multifaceted MOU with Prince Edward Island  Canada NewsWire (press release)
PEI government announces retail model and rules for recreational cannabis  Times Colonist
Alberta working on snow contingency plan in wake of Carillion problems
Carillion holds three contracts for highway snow removal in Alberta; the contracts cover about 43 per cent of Alberta's highways.
Carillion's Canada wing not in liquidation; North Battleford hospital ...  CTV News
Company's collapse leaves contracts for 33000 km of Alberta highway in ...  Edmonton Journal