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TTC suspends fare inspector after black teen pinned to ground in streetcar ...
The TTC has suspended a fare inspector with pay after a black teen was pinned to the ground in an incident caught on video Sunday.
TTC fare inspector suspended after altercation with teen  CityNews
Video shows black teen pinned to ground; TTC fare inspector suspended with pay  CTV News
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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
Inflation rises faster than expected in January as restaurant menu prices go up  Business in Vancouver
Notley says Alberta watching BC court bid closely, will get no free ride on it
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announces that she is suspending the province's ban on B.C. wine at the legislature in Edmonton, on Thursday, February 22, 2018.
Okanagan wine industry celebrates end of Alberta boycott
Kenney says Alberta — not BC — 'folded' in pipeline fight  Calgary Herald
Ontario banning door-to-door sales of some goods as of March 1
Say goodbye to the salesperson knocking on your door to ask when you last cleaned your ducts. A ban on unsolicited, door-to-door sales of select household appliances - such as furnaces or water heaters - will take effect March 1 in Ontario.
Ban on door-to-door sales starts March 1
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 speeding up purchase of 28 new SkyTrain cars  Vancouver Sun
TransLink moves up timeline for some new SkyTrain cars  News1130
City looking at changes to waste collection after audit
After an audit found Edmonton's waste collection program was not working the way it was meant to, the city is looking at making changes in an effort to divert more waste from the landfill.
Leaves, grass clippings may be banned from Edmonton curbs by the fall
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
Stranded in Montreal, US sailors volunteer at Welcome Hall Mission
A crew of U.S. sailors stuck in Montreal since December has been putting their time to good use. In addition to training exercises aboard their vessel and learning how to deal with subzero weather, they have been taking part in volunteer activities on ...
Stranded in Montreal, US Navy ship crew lend a helping hand
Stranded US marines volunteer at Montreal's Welcome Hall Mission
BC monitoring, may expand locations where new housing tax applied
The 2018 B.C. budget says owners seeking an exemption from the new housing speculation tax would have to show their properties are used as private homes or for long-term rentals.
Albertans who own vacation properties in BC face new tax
Expansion of BC foreign buyers tax to Okanagan, Vancouver Island is questioned  CTV News
Quebec lobbying Montreal transit agency to buy more Bombardier Metro cars soon
Under the threat of job losses in a potentially strategic riding, Quebec's Liberal government is pushing the Montreal transit agency to speed up its purchase of new Metro cars from a Bombardier factory in La Pocatiļæ½re, Que.
Couillard open to giving Montreal's subway contract to Bombardier  The Globe and Mail
STM, premier confirm talks to accelerate Azur replacement program  Montreal Gazette