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Growing rail transport expected to bolster oil prices for Canadian producers
CALGARY - Steep discounts in prices for western Canadian heavy oil are moderating and should gradually ease through 2018 to allow Canadian producers to reap bigger rewards from strengthening world oil prices, according to GMP FirstEnergy.
Canadian natural gas industry a 'sad story': analyst  CBC.ca
South Koreans petition government to stop cryptocurrency crackdown
A threat from the South Korean government that it will ban virtual coin exchanges has prompted thousands of citizens to sign a petition.
Bitcoin, rival cryptocurrencies plunge on crackdown fears  The Globe and Mail
Bitcoin prices drop as South Korea minister indicates ban still possible  CBC.ca
Carillion's Canadian operations 'continue uninterrupted' amid British parent's ...
A general view of the Carillion company headquarters building in Wolverhampton, England on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. Aaron Chown/PA via AP.
Carillion Canada says it's soldiering on despite UK parent's ...  CBC.ca
Carillion's collapse shows limits of our drive to outsource  Toronto Star
Ottawa man charged with assault on plane in flight: Thunder Bay, Ont., police
THUNDER BAY, Ont. - Police say an Ottawa man has been charged after an Air Canada flight was diverted to Thunder Bay, Ont., because of an unruly passenger.
Unruly passenger charged after Air Canada flight diverted to Thunder Bay  Tbnewswatch.com
Unruly passenger diverts Air Canada flight to Thunder Bay  The Chronicle Journal
Australia complains to WTO about Canadian rules on selling wine
Australia has complained at the World Trade Organization about the rules applied to the sale of wine by Canada and various Canadian provinces, a WTO filing showed on Tuesday.
Canadian policies favouring domestic wine break trade rules, Australia ...  Globalnews.ca
Australia files WTO complaint against Canadian wine sales measures  CTV News
Big Six have now all raised mortgage rates as Bank of Canada decision looms
The country's six biggest lenders set aside $16.3 billion for variable compensation - up 26 per cent from 2016 - as a record year in trading and investment banking swelled bonus pools.
US lawsuit alleges 6 Canadian banks manipulated an interest rate benchmark  Toronto Star
From mortgages to NAFTA, the Bank of Canada shows it has real political ...  CBC.ca
Council tells TransLink commission to make sure road pricing is fair
The final report about road tolling in Metro Vancouver rolls out in spring, but if it doesn't work for Maple Ridge, the whole region will hear about it, says Mayor Nicole Read.
Drivers should pay more to drive more, report tells TransLink  CBC.ca
Metro Vancouver drivers could see new tolls, per-kilometre fees  Globalnews.ca
Federal beer tax will sting local brewers, consumers
The federal government's planned beer tax increases will take an even bigger sip out of the profits of Canadian brewers - and that means beer drinkers will likely be paying more for their suds this spring.
Beer Canada calls on feds to axe increasing beer tax  CTV News
Tax Fight To Reduce Beer Prices  Windsor Square
Potential Uber driver peeved MPI move could block service in Winnipeg
A Winnipegger who hoped to use and drive for Uber in Winnipeg is up in arms over a Manitoba Public Insurance plan that could block the ride-hailing app's arrival in the province.
MPI 'confident' it can find way for Uber, Lyft to come to Manitoba  Globalnews.ca
Provincial board approves new ride-hailing insurance rates  Canadian Underwriter
Planned Noront plant gets earful
Doug Murray, chief executive officer of the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission, compares a piece of carbon steel, which is starting to rust, to a piece of stainless steel, during a public information session about a proposal for a ...
North Bay considers backing Timmins for ferrochrome smelter bid  CBC.ca
North Bay Mayor says city was not approached to host Noront smelter  My West Nipissing Now