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Burrard Bridge reconfiguration complete with heritage lighting and fewer ...
Vancouver's iconic Burrard Bridge has fully re-opened after more than a year of construction that saw the arterial corridor torn up and reconfigured at a cost of $35 million.
Burrard Bridge fully reopened after lengthy restoration
Business owners relieved at reopening of Burrard Bridge  CTV News  
Contract worker killed at Suncor oilsands plant near Fort McMurray
A contract worker was killed Friday at a Suncor oilsands mine near Fort McMurray, the company says. The worker was pronounced dead on the scene.
Contractor killed at Suncor oilsands operation near Fort McMurray  Edmonton Journal
Contractor killed at Suncor Energy mining site north of Fort McMurray  CTV News
Liberals under fire for 'cooking' Ontario's books
Ontario's Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk revealed this week that Kathleen Wynne's government hid the cost of its “Fair Hydro Plan” from taxpayers.
Letters to the Editor, Oct. 22  Toronto Sun
HQ2, eh? Amazon draws bids from Canadian cities to be online seller's other home
Amazon's announcement earlier this year that it wants a second headquarters set off a flurry of interest from cities across the continent, all eager to be a new home to the biggest online merchandise seller in the world.
Amazon's success comes with some downsides for Seattle  The Register-Guard
Winning Amazon's second headquarters isn't all 'seashells and ...  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Bedbugs on planes: How often do planes get cleaned?
A second person has come forward to say he was attacked by bedbugs on a British Airways flight from London to Vancouver. Aaron McArthur has the story.
BC woman plagued by bedbugs on airplane not surprising, says expert
Bed Bugs On A Plane, British Airways Apologizes To Bitten Passengers  Forbes
FAA Steps Up Warnings on Lithium-Battery Fire Hazards
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has stepped up warnings about potential major fire hazards for airliners stemming from overheating laptop batteries in checked baggage, even as President Donald Trump's administration is putting another federal ...
Laptop Flipflop: Now US Tries To Ban Laptops In Checked, Not Carry-On, Luggage  Forbes
Questions and answers on proposed ban on laptops in luggage  Financial Post
Little need for 'urgency' on rates as inflation still tame, analysts say
A customer fills up at a gasoline station in downtown Toronto. Retail sales slumped 0.3 per cent in August, Statistics Canada said Friday, while annual inflation picked up to 1.6 per cent in September.
Retail drop, subdued inflation put Bank of Canada rates on hold  Financial Post
Inflation accelerates to 1.6 per cent in September  CTV News
Toronto's deal with Sidewalk Labs must put public first, councillor says
The concept of a "smart" neighbourhood in Toronto designed with cutting edge technology made by an internet giant is a thrilling idea for some, but a concern for others.
Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs launches 800-acre project in Toronto  The Real Deal Magazine
Should tech companies run our cities?  The Week Magazine
Several brands of veggie mixes recalled over Listeria concerns
Several brands of fresh stir-fry, salad mixes, and veggie platters are being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination. The list of recalled products includes several fresh salad and stir-fry kits and bowls from Mann's and Western Family.
Packaged vegetable products recalled over listeria concern  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Vegetable company recalls products across United States, Canada after ...  Miami Herald
Dividend Champion Doing Gymnastics, Watch Out For A Buy Opportunity
Philip Morris International (PM) missed on earnings. To be exact, by $0.11 cents under consensus estimates. Well, the market had a mini-freak-out: Should the price have dropped this far?
Pounding the Pavement on Shares of Philip Morris International Inc. (NYSE:PM)  Financial Newsweek
Philip Morris International Inc (PM) Upgraded to Buy at Societe Generale  StockNewsTimes