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Canadian heavy oil headed for highest levels in three years: GMP FirstEnergy
CALGARY - Canadian heavy oil prices could be headed to their highest levels in three years, even as pipeline operators are rationing space on their networks and more product is moving to the U.S.
Canadian natural gas industry a 'sad story': analyst
This is how the cryptocurrency craze may come crashing to a bitter end
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Bitcoin's 'happy dream' looking more like a nightmare after 20 ...  Financial Post
Bitcoin prices drop as South Korea minister indicates ban still possible
BC premier rejects Green call for foreign buyers ban days before Asia visit
VICTORIA - Premier John Horgan says he has plans to tone down speculation in British Columbia's real estate market but they don't include banning foreign buyers.
'Feel like a monster:' Former Young Canadians worker says he may ...  CTV News
Air Canada flight diverted to Thunder Bay, Ont., so police can remove 'unruly ...
A traveller onboard an Air Canada flight from Edmonton to Toronto says he was surprised to see police officers remove a passenger from the plane after it was diverted to Thunder Bay, Ont.
Ottawa man charged with assault after Air Canada flight diverted: police  The Globe and Mail
Unruly passenger charged after Air Canada flight diverted to Thunder Bay
TTC subway resumed between Union, Spadina stations after fire on Line 1
TTC spokesperson Stuart Green said there was a fire in a cable chamber around noon that housed “the access point for the cables that power our signalling system.
Portion of TTC Line 1 shut down following earlier cable fire  CTV News
Stretch of Line 1 subway reopens after being closed for fire  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
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.
Gov't won't weigh in on ride-share insurance fight  Winnipeg Sun
MPI 'confident' it can find way for Uber, Lyft to come to Manitoba
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.
Currency traders brace for possibility of 'hawkish hold' by BoC  The Globe and Mail
US lawsuit alleges 6 Canadian banks manipulated an interest rate benchmark  Toronto Star
Two tolling options being examined for Lower Mainland drivers
An independent commission set up to examine whether a driving toll could help reduce traffic gridlock has narrowed down the options that might be workable in the Lower Mainland.
Council tells TransLink commission to make sure road pricing is fair  Chilliwack Progress
Metro Vancouver drivers could see new tolls, per-kilometre fees
Carillion's Canada wing not in liquidation; North Battleford hospital project ...
The collapse of British construction giant Carillion PLC won't interrupt construction of a new hospital project in North Battleford, the company's Canadian wing says.
Alberta working on snow contingency plan in wake of Carillion problems
Company's collapse leaves contracts for 33000 km of Alberta highway in ...  Edmonton Journal
PEI government announces retail model and rules for recreational cannabis
CHARLOTTETOWN - The government of Prince Edward Island says it will operate four government-owned retail locations for recreational cannabis and allow online orders for home delivery.
Canopy Growth enters multifaceted MOU with Prince Edward Island  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Adults will be able to carry 30 grams of pot in public, province says