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Quebec pension fund manager Caisse earns over 9% return in 2017
Quebec's Caisse de depot pension fund manager says it earned a 9.3 per cent return in 2017, ending a three-year streak of decreasing returns.
Caisse de d�p�t earned $24.6 billion in 2017  Montreal Gazette
Global equities power Caisse to 9.3% return despite 'unusual' ...  The Globe and Mail
Canada NewsWire (press release)  
Vancouver's hot housing market just got tougher for wealthy Chinese
Vancouver, one of the hottest housing markets in North America, is getting a little tougher for wealthy Chinese buyers. British Columbia Finance Minister Carole James announced measures targeting foreign buyers and speculators in the first budget since ...
Shypitka reacts to BC budget  Fernie Free Press
10 things to know about the BC budget
CRTC is throwing consumers to 'telco sales dogs' by not probing practices ...
OTTAWA - A consumer watchdog group says Canada's telecom regulator is abdicating its responsibility by refusing to launch a public inquiry into the sales practices of the country's major telecommunications service providers.
CRTC rejects call for inquiry into aggressive sales practices  Telecompaper
Investors bail on landlocked Canadian oil as pipeline woes deepen
With pipeline, regulatory and political frustrations reaching new heights, the nation's energy stocks slumped to their lowest level in almost two years this month.
BC can't stop the oil, but it sure can screw with Canada's interests  Financial Post
Limited pipeline capacity will cost the Canadian economy CAN$10.7 billion in ...  World Pipelines
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 trains, buses  CTV News
'We used to be so close': Alta. appeals to BC residents in full-page ads
The Alberta government has spent tens of thousands of dollars on an ad campaign aimed at drumming up support for Kinder Morgan's pipeline expansion in B.C.. The full-page ads, which ran Wednesday in the Vancouver Sun, the Times Colonist, the Globe ...
National Column: BC-Alberta spat could go national
Paula Simons: Pipeline champion Rachel Notley casts herself as Alberta's ...  Edmonton Journal
NL Liquor Corp calls for proposals from stores who want to sell pot
As Canada rolls closer toward marijuana legalization, the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation has put out the call for potential retailers, and the proposed sales structure is not sitting well with one St. John's man with plans to open a ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corp. launches Cannabis NL and issues ...  The nor'wester
Newfoundland and Labrador Cannabis Regulators Request Canna-business Proposals  Ganjapreneur
BC Wine Institute to seek injunction on Alberta's ban
The group representing British Columbia's wine industry has told the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission that it will challenge the constitutionality of the B.C.
BC Wine Institute to take court action against Alberta in pipeline trade dispute  Vancouver Sun
Walmart bringing home grocery delivery to Vancouver
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 courts urban Vancouver customers with launch of fresh grocery ...  Financial Post
Walmart Canada collaborates with Food-X to bring sustainable grocery ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Alleged content piracy case heads to Federal Court of Appeal at companies' request
Bell, Rogers and Quebecor will be allowed to take their legal battle with the TVAddons website - which they allege is a content piracy operation that violates their copyrights - to the Federal Court of Appeal.
Media companies taking legal battle with TVAddons to Court of Appeal  The Globe and Mail
Rogers, Bell, Quebecor, win appeal against TVAddons