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Wine producers taking Alberta to court over provincial ban
KELOWNA - British Columbia's wine merchants say an Alberta ban on their product is having a crushing impact on the grape business and they plan to go to court to try to stop it.
Graham Thomson: BC uncorks bottle of chutzpah in trade war with Alberta  Edmonton Journal
BC 'can lawyer up if they want to,' says Alberta minister in ...  MetroNews Canada
Calgary Herald  
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
Ford Motor Co. executive leaves firm after reports of 'inappropriate behavior'
Ford Motor Co.'s head of North American operations is leaving the company following an internal probe. Raj Nair, Ford Motor Co.
Ford US chief leaves company after investigation into inappropriate behaviour  The Globe and Mail
Ford North America President Leaves Following Misconduct Allegations  Wall Street Journal
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.
Greyhound's decision to cut, reduce routes in BC 'unfortunate,' ...  CTV News
Greyhound to cancel multiple northern BC routes
Walmart to offer home grocery delivery in Vancouver by summer
VANCOUVER -- Walmart Canada Corp. says it is partnering with an online grocery service to bring home delivery to Vancouver by the summer, as the brick-and-mortar retailer ramps up its effort in the country to compete with Amazon.
Walmart Canada collaborates with Food-X to bring sustainable grocery ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Walmart Canada teams up with Food-X to launch sustainable grocery delivery ...
Woman filmed using overhead air vents on plane to dry underwear for 20 minutes
The woman, whose identity is not known, was on board Russia's Ural Airlines from the Turkish resort city of Antalya to the Russian capital.
Watch: Woman dries panties using airliner's overhead air vent; other ...  New Straits Times Online
Passenger Holds Up Her Wet Underwear During Flight And Uses Airplane's ...  LittleThings
Key budgetary goal to help women enter work force would lift economy: analysis
Minister of Finance Bill Morneau speaks to reporters after leaving a cabinet meeting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on February 6, 2018.
A budget nudge isn't likely to be enough to close the gender gap  The Globe and Mail
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
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 is coming to GO trains and buses in the GTHA
Wi-Fi access coming to some GO Transit vehicles  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Canada's container trade growth set to sail past US: Maersk
Maersk Line calls on container terminals at most North American ports, including Prince Rupert, B.C., as well as Vancouver, Montreal and Halifax.
NEWS FLASH: Maersk predicts 'robust' growth for North America trade ...  American Shipper