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Preliminary report from utilities commision on Site C dam to be released
VANCOUVER - The British Columbia Utilities Commission is expected to release a preliminary report today on its review of the $8.8-billion Site C dam in the province's northeast.
Scrapping Site C cheaper than delaying it: Report  Journal of Commerce
123 birds die at Fort Hills oilsands project in northern Alberta
The Alberta Energy Regulator is responding to reports that 123 birds have died at the Fort Hills oilsands project north of Fort McMurray.
Suncor investigating after more than 100 birds die at new oilsands mine  Financial Post
Investigation underway after 123 dead birds discovered at Alberta oilsands site
BC Supreme Court certifies foreign-workers lawsuit
The Supreme Court of British Columbia has certified a class-action lawsuit against Mac's Convenience Stores and three immigration consultants alleged to have collected thousands of dollars from foreign workers who were promised jobs that didn't exist.
Foreign workers allege 'life savings' paid for Mac's jobs that ...
BC Supreme Court certifies temporary foreign workers' class-action lawsuit
Air Canada to expand routes, fare structure in bid to fly alongside low-cost ...
Air Canada is gearing up to compete in the full-fledged battle for bargain-conscious travellers that will begin next year when two ultralow-cost carriers (ULCC) take to the skies.
Air Canada seeking bank to partner with for new credit card loyalty program  Toronto Star
Air Canada seeks credit card partner for new loyalty program
'We're not stopping at Germany': Alberta marijuana producer expands operations ...
Cam Battley (right), executive vice president of Aurora Cannabis, in the "mother room" of the company's current Mountain View County production facility.
Navigating Risks on the Road to Cannabis Legalization  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Aurora Cannabis ships medical marijuana to Germany to offset European supply ...  Edmonton Journal
CAMI strike impacts London parts supplier
The strike at General Motor's CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont. has forced a London auto parts supplier to temporarily shut its doors.
Cami strike could prompt 2500 layoffs in other factories, including 308 in ...  Woodstock Sentinel Review
Labor Dispute Cripples Production of Hot-Selling Equinox  Paul Eisenstein (registration)
BlackBerry hopes to sell more truck tracking tech via new partnership with ...
BlackBerry Ltd. has partnered with a Toronto-based fleet and asset management company in a bid to expose its own asset tracking service to more customers.
BlackBerry and Fleet Complete Partner to Deliver Powerful Trailer and Cargo ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
BlackBerry Radar now part of transportation solution  Computer Dealer News
Will Toys 'R' Us stick around in Canada? And other questions, answered
Toys “R” Us has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States, and plans to do the same in Canada - but it's assuring customers that things won't change.
Toys “R” Us files for bankruptcy protection in US; plans to follow suit in ...  Terrace Standard
How $5 billion of debt caught up with Toys 'R' Us  Reuters
Company unveils kosher medical marijuana, just in time for Rosh Hashanah
A Canadian medical marijuana producer says that it is the first cannabis company in the country that has products with a rabbi's seal of approval.
Quebec medical pot producer says its products are kosher certified, just in ...  Toronto Star
Hydropothecary Announces Kosher Certification on Processed Medical Marijuana ...  Investing News Network (registration)
Bombardier workers to stage walk-out in Toronto Wednesday over Boeing dispute
The union representing Bombardier's production workers says employees at the company's aerospace plant in Toronto will walk out Wednesday - a move meant to pressure Boeing to drop a trade complaint against Bombardier.
Bombardier workers rally for end to Boeing dispute  Canada NewsWire (press release)
PM is urged to warn Boeing over threat to Bombardier  Belfast Telegraph