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BC's NDP budget takes aim at real estate market
Attorney-General David Eby, left, Premier John Horgan, right, and Finance Minister Carole James deliver the budget speech from the B.C.
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BC Budget: Finance minister announces new taxes to pay for child care, housing  Times Colonist  
Pacific Mall says it will take measures to stop counterfeit, pirated good sales
The mall's preliminary steps include issuing written advisories and warnings to store owners and tenants partaking in such activities.
Pacific Mall 'deeply disturbed' to learn it is 'notorious market ...  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Pacific Mall tackles counterfeit, pirated good sales after US report  Financial Post
City willing to buy you a meal on King Street as part of new promotion
The city wants to buy you lunch - you'll just have to head to King Street to get it. The "Food is King” program, which begins today and runs through March 4, will provide up to a $15 credit for any resident who uses the line-skipping “Ritual” app to ...
Is road hockey on King St. a sign of what's to come?  Toronto Star
Hamilton to consider limiting payday loan outlets
On Tuesday, the city of Hamilton will look at a bylaw that would limit the number of payday loan outlets to 15 and no more than one per ward.
Hamilton looks to cap number of payday loan outlets
Hamilton considers legislation to limit number of payday loan outlets  The Globe and Mail
At midday: TSX flat as strong energy offsets mining weakness
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North American markets struggle after long weekend; Canadian dollar loses ...  Toronto Star
TSX closes lower on weakness in mining stocks  Reuters Canada
Nova Scotia sells power to NL for first time through new Maritime Link
Nova Scotia is now exporting power to Newfoundland. Electricity is being carried via the new Maritime Link, two 170-kilometre subsea cables laid across the Cabot Strait last year.
Maritime Link begins transmitting electricity between NL and NS  The Western Star
Province Begins Importing Power Through Maritime Link  VOCM
Danielle Smith: Trade war may not be legal but Albertans don't seem to mind
Just because something may be the right move politically, it doesn't mean it is defensible legally. That's the bottom line message from the Canadian Constitution Foundation's Derek From, who says the Alberta government doesn't really have a leg to ...
Death by a thousand cuts  Hanna Herald
LETTER: Wine war commentary misses the mark  Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Rail, pipeline accidents up
Serious accidents involving both rail and pipeline transport of dangerous substances like crude oil and gas increased in 2017 over the previous year, according to statistics compiled by the Transportation Safety Board.
Canadian aviation accidents jumped in 2017  National Observer
'We can wait no longer': Newfoundland unveils plans to double oil production ...
The Hebron Platform, anchored in Trinity Bay, N.L., is shown on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Cash-strapped Newfoundland and Labrador has announced a 12-year plan to speed and enhance development of its offshore oil and gas resources.
Newfoundland and Labrador wants more oil, gas production  The Telegram
NL unveils plan for faster, cheaper offshore oil and gas development  PLANT
Canadian bank earnings forecast bright but housing, NAFTA cloud outlook
The forecast for Canada's biggest banks is bright thanks to U.S. tax reform and higher interest rates, but as they report first-quarter results this week, domestic mortgage demand and the North American Free Trade Agreement could cloud the long-term ...
All eyes on mortgage originations as big banks prepare to report results  Financial Post
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (NYSE:CM) Position Cut by Boston Advisors LLC  Dispatch Tribunal