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BP Canada given the go-ahead to start drilling off Nova Scotia coast
HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's offshore petroleum regulator has granted BP Canada Energy Group approval to begin drilling a well off the province's coast.
BP granted approval to start drilling off Nova Scotia's coast
BP Canada gets approval to drill a well off Nova Scotia coast  
Albertans don't play the victim card lightly
It's as if we're between stories. These days, Alberta feels like a different place. People are different. Here in Calgary - that difference is plain as day.
LETTER: BC an unwilling victim of Alberta's pipe dream  BCLocalNews
BC grain piling up after weeks of CN rail delays
Grain farmers in British Columbia are struggling to get their product to market with backlogs on Canadian National's rail lines and inclement weather causing weeks of delays.
CP Rail strike postponed pending vote by unions on contract offer  The Globe and Mail
Strike at CP Railway postponed, commuter and freight service to continue  CTV News
Alabama deserves better than being America's toilet
Playing host to a train full of New York's poop was just the latest environmental injustice inflicted upon the state. Images via Shutterstock, composite by Drew Millard.
'Poop Train' full of NYC sewage raises stink in Alabama town  The Courier
Train full of New Yorkers' poo finally departs Alabama town
2017 BILD Calgary Region Awards Winners: Advertising and Marketing
ADVERTISING & MARKETING AWARDS winners appear in bold caps. finalists are listed in order of placement. Best Billboard (Indoor/Outdoor) Sponsored by Prominent Homes Ltd.
Brooks: Best honoured at BILD Calgary Region Awards  Calgary Herald
Oilpatch skeptical about backup plan for Trans Mountain
The federal government may have other options, if Kinder Morgan pulls the plug on the Trans Mountain pipeline. But the energy sector is still waiting on Plan A to be unveiled.
From Clayoquot Sound to Trans Mountain, the power of protest endures  The Globe and Mail
Business confidence in Canada is collapsing  Troy Media
Calgary centenarian shows off tower power
101-year-old math whiz Dr. Richard Guy climbed the last few flights of stairs at the Bow Building on Saturday for the Alberta Wilderness Association Climb for Wilderness.
Before final tally wilderness climb raises $92 K  660 News
Lazy people! - Canadian politician apologises after labelling Jamaicans as ...
Faced with a social media backlash, Canadian Legislative Assembly member Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin, has backtracked on claims that Jamaicans are lazy and underproductive because of their excessive use of ganja.
Canadian politician 'sorry' for suggesting ganja made Jamaicans lazy  Loop News Cayman
The Last Straw aims to reduce single-use plastic in Toronto restaurants and bars
VANCOUVER -- Seeing trash cans overflowing with straws night after night has prompted a server in Toronto to launch a campaign against the plastic item that's become a target of the British government as it aims to rid such pollution from oceans ...
'We need to rethink the entire plastics industry': Why banning ...
The last straw  Traverse City Record Eagle
No winning ticket for Friday's $33M Lotto Max jackpot
TORONTO - No winning ticket was sold for the $33 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next Lotto Max draw on Apr. 27 will grow to approximately $50 million, and there will be two Maxmillions prizes of $1 ...
Lotto Max numbers for Friday, April 20, 2018  National Post
No winning ticket for Friday night's $33 million Lotto Max jackpot  GuelphToday