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BC's budget: What you need to know
British Columbia's NDP government has presented its first full budget, expanding on the province's efforts to rein in the housing market with new taxes, taking the first steps toward its daycare plan and reforming the province's beleaguered public auto ...
10 things to know about the BC budget
LIVE: BC budget spends big on child care and housing, expands foreign buyer tax  Vancouver Sun  
Hamilton to consider limiting payday loan outlets
On Tuesday, the city will be look at a new law that would limit the number of payday loan outlets at 15 and no more than one per ward.
Hamilton looks to cap number of payday loan outlets
Hamilton considers legislation to limit number of payday loan outlets  The Globe and Mail
City willing to buy you a meal on King Street as part of new promotion
The city wants to buy you lunch - you'll just have to head to King Street to get it. The "Food is King” program, which begins today and runs through March 4, will provide up to a $15 credit for any resident who uses the line-skipping “Ritual” app to ...
Is road hockey on King St. a sign of what's to come?  Toronto Star
Pacific Mall 'deeply disturbed' to learn it is 'notorious market' for ...
Management of Pacific Mall said they are “deeply disturbed” after a recent U.S. report named the mall one of the most “notorious markets” for counterfeit goods in the world.
Pacific Mall tackles counterfeit, pirated good sales after US report  Financial Post
Pacific Mall says it will take steps to tackle counterfeit good sales after ...  CTV News
Nova Scotia sells power to NL for first time through new Maritime Link
Nova Scotia is now exporting power to Newfoundland. Electricity is being carried via the new Maritime Link, two 170-kilometre subsea cables laid across the Cabot Strait last year.
Maritime Link begins transmitting electricity between NL and NS  The Western Star
Nova Scotia power flows to NL over Maritime Link
Trade fine small compared to billions lost if Trans Mountain doesn't go ahead ...
Alberta economic development minister Deron Bilous says a fine for violating a trade agreement would be small compared to the jobs and investment that could be lost if the British Columbia government continues to oppose the Trans Mountain pipeline ...
QuickFacts on BC housing plan in Tuesday's budget  News1130
Danielle Smith: Trade war may not be legal but Albertans don't seem to mind
BC Hydro prepares for “near-record breaking” energy demand as cold snap hits BC
“Freezing temperatures resulted in a 10 per cent increase in overall provincial electricity demand on February 18 and 19 compared to the same days last week,” said B.C.
BC cold snap prompts energy use spike  Victoria News
BC Hydro preps for 'near-record-breaking' energy demand during this ...  Vancouver Sun
Ride-hailing service TappCar confident of success under MPI's rules
A small ride-hailing company about to launch its service in Winnipeg says it has no problem operating under provincial insurance rules.
TappCar takes advantage after Uber and Lyft snub Winnipeg
New player emerges for Winnipeg ride hailing  Winnipeg Sun
At midday: TSX flat as strong energy offsets mining weakness
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North American markets fall into the red, loonie down half a cent  CTV News
North American markets struggle after long weekend; Canadian dollar loses ...  Toronto Star
Closure of Alberta Spitz plant latest sign of US investment shift
Spitz founder Tom Droog, seen at his home in Calgary on Monday, says he thought modernizations to the Bow Island Spitz plant were a sign PepsiCo was planning to stay in the community.
Bow Island mayor looks ahead after PepsiCo shuts down Alberta Spitz ...
PepsiCo closes the last Spitz sunflower seed processing plant in Alberta