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Snowstorm caused flight disruptions at Okanagan airports
A snowstorm in Vancouver is creating trouble for people flying out of the Kelowna airport. As of Friday afternoon, six flights Friday from Vancouver to YLW didn't take off.
Snow causes flight delays, cancellations at YVR  Burnaby Now
Two flights cancelled to and from Penticton  Pentiction Western News
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RBC shrugs off first-quarter tax hit to keep banks' earnings season sunny
Royal Bank of Canada signalled Friday that it would keep up a brisk rate of returning earnings to shareholders, shrugging off a tax hit and flat profit and reporting strong results for its first quarter.
RBC shows brisk growth amid NAFTA, housing-market issues  The Globe and Mail
US tax cuts weigh on RBC results, but also lifting US business  MetroNews Canada
TTC suspends fare inspector after black teen pinned to ground in streetcar ...
Police and TTC fare inspectors are seen on a video posted to Facebook holding a teen on the ground on Sunday. (Bethany McBride/Facebook).
TTC fare inspector suspended after altercation with teen  680 News
TTC fare inspector suspended with pay after altercation with teen  Toronto Star
Restaurants are making you pay for Ontario's minimum wage hike
Ontario consumers appear to be paying the price for the increase in the minimum wage. There's evidence that restaurants and other businesses are passing that increase onto consumers, which you can glean from today's Statistics Canada report on January ...
Ontario restaurant price hikes boost food inflation after minimum wage increase  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Ontario hasn't seen a jump in restaurant prices this big since GST came ...  Financial Post
'We're committed': Champlain Bridge is 65% done, on track for December
Progress on the new Champlain Bridge is proceeding on track, say the builders in charge of the $4.2-billion project. Jason Magder, Montreal Gazette More from Jason Magder, Montreal Gazette.
The new Champlain Bridge will be open by December, consortium says  CBC.ca
Groups behind Montreal's new Champlain Bridge say project will be done ...  CTV News
Kenney says Alberta — not BC — 'folded' in pipeline fight
UCP leader Jason Kenney comments on the end of the Alberta government's B.C. wine ban in downtown Calgary on Friday February 23, 2018.
Plane skids off runway  Castanet.net
Cheers! BC wine industry celebrates end of Alberta ban  CBC.ca
NRA credit card, car rental discounts terminated
The Nebraska-based First National Bank of Omaha and Enterprise Car Rental are reviewing their relationship with organization that lobbies against gun control in the United States, despite repeated mass shootings.
#BoycottNRA: Hertz is the latest company to cut ties with gun lobby as ...  Washington Post
Avis, Hertz join the list of companies bailing on partnerships with the NRA  CNBC
TransLink to roll out 80 more SkyTrain, Canada Line cars by 2020
TransLink will add 80 cars to its SkyTrain and Canada Line networks over the next two years. The transit authority is accelerating delivery of 56 cars to the Expo and Millennium lines.
Translink is promising new Vancouver SkyTrains will cut down commuter times  Globalnews.ca
Canada Line to gain 24 additional cars  North Shore News
TD Bank halts allowing customers to use credit cards to buy cryptocurrency
Toronto-Dominion Bank is halting the use of its credit cards to buy cryptocurrency as it conducts a review of the "evolving market.
TD Bank stops letting customers use credit cards to buy cryptocurrency  The Globe and Mail
Bank of America is worried about the threat of cryptocurrency to its business  CNBC
Couillard says he is open to advancing Montreal's subway contract to Bombardier
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard is suggesting he's open to giving Bombardier a contract to replace Montreal's subway cars in order to stave off potential job losses at the company.
Quebec lobbying Montreal transit agency to buy more Bombardier Metro cars soon  CBC.ca
Prepare for a slippery rush hour in Montreal  Montreal Gazette