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'All Canadians should be concerned:' BC Wine Institute launches challenge to ...
The B.C. Wine Institute says it is seeking an injunction against Alberta's ban on vintages from this province, calling the move "unconstitutional.
Court challenge launched by BC Wine Institute against Alberta wine ban  CTV News
Winefest Calgary not fazed by BC wine boycott  Calgary Herald
Edmonton Journal  
Ford's North American boss Raj Nair resigns over 'inconsistent' behavior
In this Jan. 9, 2017, file photo, Ford Executive Vice President Raj Nair addresses the North American International Auto show in Detroit.
Ford North America President Leaves Following Misconduct Allegations  Wall Street Journal
Ford executive leaves over inappropriate behaviour  BBC News
Greyhound is leaving northern British Columbia: Here's what you need to know
B.C.'s Passenger Transportation Board has allowed Greyhound Canada to cease operating seven routes throughout the province, including all runs connecting communities in northern B.C.
Minister says Greyhound's decision to cut, reduce routes in BC ' ...  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Greyhound to cancel multiple northern BC routes  Globalnews.ca
BC Budget 2018: Business community outraged over payroll health tax
The NDP government's new health tax is igniting fury on the part of business leaders who say non-profits, small and medium companies will suffer, especially those companies that will have to pay Medical Services Plan premiums and the payroll tax ...
New BC housing measures are 'bold steps,' minister says  The Globe and Mail
Mixed messages on BC's efforts to cool the hot housing market  News1130
WalMart joins the online grocery wars, announces Vancouver delivery service
File photo. WalMart Canada will be working with a Vancouver grocery delivery company to start delivering groceries in the Lower Mainland.
Walmart to offer home grocery delivery in Vancouver by summer  CTV News
Walmart Canada collaborates with Food-X to bring sustainable grocery ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
'People want to save money': Shoppers doubt Pacific Mall would last without ...
Markham's Pacific Mall may be taking steps to stop the sale of counterfeit goods at its stores, but some customers doubt the mall would last without them.
Pacific Mall Says It's "Deeply Disturbed" To Learn Its Vendors ...  Narcity
Metrolinx to test Wi-Fi on GO Transit trains and buses this spring
According to Metrolinx, the test trains won't run on any particular routes, but the Wi-Fi-enabled buses will be deployed on routes more heavily used by students.
Wi-Fi access coming to some GO Transit vehicles  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Wi-Fi to be installed on GO trains and buses  CityNews
Thieves in Edmonton target catalytic converters, diesel particulate filters
Thieves are stealing catalytic converters and diesel particulate filters from pickup trucks in Edmonton. "Due to the profitable nature of this crime, we believe several individuals or groups may be responsible for these thefts," Det.
Thieves target trucks for catalytic converters, diesel particulate filters ...  Edmonton Journal
48 workers laid off at Goderich salt mine
There are layoffs at the salt mine in Goderich. Forty-eight miners were let go today and are not seasonal. They are permanent and effective immediately.
Close to 50 miners laid off  Goderich Signal Star
Affordable housing for seniors announced for Kamloops, BC
The City of Kamloops has announced a new development on the city's North Shore that will include 43 units of affordable housing for seniors.
Affordable housing for seniors coming to Kamloops's Spirit Square  InfoTel News Ltd
Housing, business development set to breathe life into North Shore Spirit Square  CFJC Today Kamloops