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Power outage halts flights at Atlanta international airport
A sudden power outage brought the world's busiest airport to a standstill Sunday, grounding scores of flights in Atlanta just days before the start of the Christmas travel rush.
Sudden power outage creates 'nightmare' at Atlanta airport  Times Colonist
Atlanta chaos: More than 1000 flights cancelled as blackout hits world's ...  The Guardian
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Canadian grocery stores make $3.27-million per year from penny-rounding: UBC study
A young researcher at the University of British Columbia says grocery stores across the country are cashing in on the demise of the penny.
Penny 'rounding tax' enriches grocers, UBC student discovers  Vancouver Sun
Penny rounding adds $3 million a year to grocery stores' bottom line ...  Toronto Star
TTC subway trains carry 1st riders to Vaughan as Line 1 extension opens
Toronto Transit Commission subway trains carried the first riders on its new Line 1 extension early Sunday all the way to Vaughan.
Toronto-York subway extension is now officially open  Toronto Star
Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension officially opens today  CTV News
Monday Memo: Bombardier CSeries tariffs, home sales, GDP data
A CSeries CS100, a narrowbody twin-engine medium-range jet, at Bombardier's plant in Canada. The Commerce Department and International Trade Commission will focus on CSeries aircraft Monday.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week  Financial Post
Canada's Fighter Jet Saga Just Got Weirder  Yahoo Finance
Bill Morneau is CP's business newsmaker of the year
When 2017 dawned, Finance Minister Bill Morneau was presiding over the early stages of an economic resurgence that would lift growth beyond expectations, create jobs at an impressive clip and help shave billions off his projected budgetary deficits ...
NewsAlert: Bill Morneau voted Canadian Press 2017 business newsmaker of the year  Financial Post
Guns and butter: can the NDP government afford Site C dam and make housing ...
John Horgan made big promises around housing in the last election campaign, including pledging 114,000 new units within a decade. Premier John Horgan has given every indication that he's serious about addressing the shortage and rising cost of housing ...
BC NDP's new labour rules on Site C dam contracts come late in the game  The Globe and Mail
Why The Massive Fears Around Cryptocurrency Will Rise And What's Next for 2018
There is no doubt that cryptocurrency is a word that elicits a very strong response these days. On one hand, Team Crypto heralds the arena as the next big thing as they speak in blue sky terms about the future of this new form of currency that takes ...
Why securities regulators have their eyes on bitcoin  The Globe and Mail
The ordinary Welsh people making thousands (and more) from Bitcoin  WalesOnline
Hydro One releases names of four employees killed in eastern Ontario ...
Hydro One that crashed csan be seen near Tweed, Ont., on Dec. 14, 2017. Ontario's largest electricity provider has released the names its four employees who were killed in a helicopter crash in eastern Ontario on Thursday.
Hydro One IDs 4 employees killed in helicopter crash  Brinkwire (press release)
Ticket For $1.48M Lottario Jackpot Sold In London Area
Someone in the London area is holding on to a winning lottery ticket worth $1.48-million. The winning ticket for Saturday's Lottario jackpot draw, worth $1.484,084.80, was sold in the London area.
Winning LOTTARIO ticket sold in London  CTV News
The Fed is hopelessly behind the curve if it wants monetary nirvana
Corrected for consumer price inflation, the U.S. effective short-term interest rate, directly controlled by the Federal Reserve (Fed), closed last Friday at minus 1.04 percent.
Emerging market monetary policies not nearly as linked to the Fed as they ...  South China Morning Post
DIARY-Top Economic Events to Feb. 14  Reuters