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Varcoe: Poll finds dead heat in Alberta-BC pipeline feud among Canadians
The Rocky Mountain battle royal between Alberta and B.C. isn't just about pipelines or wine, it's about winning the fight for the hearts and minds of Canadians.
Albas disappointed by Alberta ban of BC wine  Kelowna Capital News
'All Canadians should be concerned': BC Wine Institute launches ...
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CIBC raises dividend following better-than-expected first quarter
TORONTO -- The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce kicked off banks' earnings season with a dividend hike and first-quarter net income that beat market expectations on the back of strong results at home and south of the border.
CIBC kicks off bank results with dividend hike, beats expectations  The Globe and Mail
CIBC kicks off bank earnings with surge in business south of the border  Financial Post
December retail sales slide, ending three-month run of rises
Canadian retail sales fell in December, ending a run of three straight months of increases, Statistics Canada reported Thursday. For the month, sales were down by 0.8 per cent from November to $49.6 billion.
Canadian retail sales fell in December despite 2017 being a banner year  Toronto Star
December no longer peak shopping season? Retail sales slip for the month
Regional Indigenous group, Cape Breton company get slice of lucrative Arctic ...
A company from Arichat, N.S., and Indigenous groups in the Atlantic provinces and Quebec have been awarded part of the multimillion-dollar Arctic surf clam fishery.
First Nations group wins licence for clam fishery, breaking up Clearwater ...  The Globe and Mail
Clearwater to pursue legal options after surf clam licence goes to First ...
Greyhound's decision to cut, reduce routes in BC 'unfortunate,' minister says
VANCOUVER - Greyhound Canada will eliminate or reduce routes in northern British Columbia, the Interior and Vancouver Island amid financial losses and a steep drop in passengers.
Greyhound cleared to end routes in northern BC, Vancouver Island  Victoria News
Greyhound to discontinue northern BC routes  Prince George Citizen
GM cutback in car production at Oshawa plant to be extended: report
General Motors Co. is reportedly extending a cutback in car production at its plant in Oshawa, Ont., into April and May before it begins a second shift to produce pickup trucks later this year.
GM said to extend car-production cutback at Oshawa plant  Toronto Star
New Museum Will Be Constructed in Saint John On Former Coast Guard Site
Premier Brian Gallant and Shannon Merrifield, chair of the board of the New Brunswick Museum. Image: Mark Leger/Huddle. SAINT JOHN - The New Brunswick Museum will be housed in a new building on the former Canadian Coast Guard site on the waterfront in ...
New home for New Brunswick Museum will be old Coast Guard site in Saint John
Ford's head of North American operations ousted for 'inappropriate behavior'
An internal probe found that Raj Nair, president of Ford's North America operations, engaged in behavior "inconsistent with the company's code of conduct.
Ford Names New North America President in Leadership Shuffle  Wall Street Journal
Ford picks new leader for North America unit after ousting his predecessor  Los Angeles Times
Halton launches legal action to gain control over rail project
Region says it wants courts to rule local municipalities and the province should have a say in projects under federal jurisdiction.
Halton Region sports top credit rating 30 years running
A brave new world, indeed
The Liberals' supercluster plan is an economic fantasy
Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development announces proposals under the $950-million Innovation Superclusters Initiative in Ottawa, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018.
Canada's New Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster To Create 13500 Jobs  Business Facilities Magazine
Canada is open for Trade, Investments and People: Navdeep Bains  Web India 123