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Notley pleads with political foes, allies to support pipelines
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley addresses the Economic Club of Canada in Ottawa, Tuesday, November 21, 2017. , THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand.
Pipelines still have key role to play  Lethbridge Herald
Alberta premier tells Ottawa to 'step up' to get pipelines built
The Globe and Mail  
Uber paid hackers $100000 to keep massive 2016 data breach secret
This June 21, 2017, file photo shows the building that houses the headquarters of Uber, in San Francisco. Eric Risberg/AP. Jim Finkle and Heather Somerville.
UK regulator has 'huge concerns' over Uber breach  BBC News
Uber's Hacking Mess Is Another Setback to a Turnaround Effort  Bloomberg
Andy Byford leaving the TTC for a job with New York City Transit
The departing CEO drew praise from the mayor and other politicians on Tuesday after announcing he will be leaving Toronto to take what he described as “arguably the toughest job in transit right now.
TTC CEO Andy Byford stepping down for job with New York City transit  CTV News
Andy Byford shows how effective leadership is the better way for the TTC  The Globe and Mail
US plans to scrap Obama-era net neutrality rules
The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission unveiled plans on Tuesday to scrap landmark 2015 rules intended to ensure a free and open internet, moving to give broadband service providers sweeping power over what content consumers can ...
FCC chairman sets out to scrap open internet access rules  National Post
Net neutrality repeal will let big companies control what people do online ...
Liberals look to ease affordability concerns with new housing strategy
OTTAWA - The federal government will unveil its highly anticipated national housing strategy today, with the Liberals looking to ease the concerns of Canadians who fear being priced out of the market.
National housing strategy must involve cities: Vancouver mayor  News1130
Affordable housing providers look at public-private partnerships to solve BC ...
Plain covers, tobacco-style warnings part of proposed regulations for legal ...
Health Canada offered hints Tuesday about the government's plans for legal pot, including, plain packaging and stern, stark health warnings like those found on tobacco products.
How much pot do you smoke? StatsCan wants to know  CTV News
Health Canada Launches Public Consultation on Proposed Approach to the ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Competition Bureau drops investigation of Loblaws
The federal Competition Bureau said Tuesday it has dropped an investigation into allegations that Loblaw Companies Ltd. abused its dominant position in the Canadian grocery business in its dealings with suppliers.
Loblaw looks to lure consumers with fee-based loyalty program  The Globe and Mail
Competition Bureau drops civil probe of Loblaw abuse of dominance probe  CTV News
At the open: TSX rises broadly led by energy stocks
Canada's main stock index rose in early trade on Tuesday, with the broad gains led by energy stocks as oil prices steadied ahead of a key meeting of producer nations next week.
TSX up in broad-based advance, as US stocks hit new record highs  CTV News
TSX notches 12-day high as materials shares climb, TransCanada gains  BNN
TransLink fare change could mean cheaper SeaBus rides
The SeaBus makes a crossing from North Vancouver to downtown. That trip could become a lot cheaper if TransLink follows through on a plan to change its fare structure.
Distance-based transit fares proposed  The Tri-City News
How should distance-based fare pricing work? TransLink wants your opinion
Ikea reminds customers about Malm dresser recall after 8th child dies
Ikea is reminding people about its recall of 29 million Malm chests and dressers after news Tuesday that another child, died earlier this year when one of them fell on them.
Ikea furniture has killed eight children. Millions of recalled dressers may ...  Washington Post
Ikea US relaunches furniture recall after child dies  BBC News