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$15 minimum wage, emergency leave become law as Ontario passes labour reform ...
Ontario passed sweeping labour reform legislation Wednesday, including increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour, which will form a key pillar of the governing Liberals' re-election bid next year.
$15/hour minimum wage: What do economists think?  CTV News
What's in Ontario's massive new labour law? A minimum wage hike, but ...  Financial Post  
Uber's tight-lipped response to data breach puts it in bad company
Uber employees are seen at the ride-hailing company's San Fransisco, Calif., offices on March 27. On Tuesday, Uber disclosed that it was the victim of a major data breach last October.
Uber hack renews call for law forcing companies to alert consumers to breaches
Uber can't confirm number of Canadians impacted in security breach ...
Here are the five officials who will decide the controversial changes to net ...
Proponents of net neutrality protest against Federal Communication Commission Chairman Ajit Pai outside the American Enterprise Institute before his arrival May 5 in Washington.
The backlash is building over the plan to gut net neutrality
Here's the FCC Plan to Undo Net Neutrality
Impromptu 'kitchen party' at Pearson airport goes viral
A lengthy wait in an airport lounge couldn't dampen the spirits of a group of Newfoundlanders who found themselves waiting at Pearson International Airport Monday.
Singing, dancing help travellers pass the time during flight delay  National Post
Delayed flight at Canadian airport turns into a party
First LNG shipment leaves BC for China as industry looks to expand exports
SURREY, B.C. - FortisBC says it has shipped 950 gigajoules of liquefied natural gas from Vancouver to China, marking the industry's first shipment to the Asian country.
BC's LNG dream comes alive with first-ever natural gas shipment to China  Financial Post
First-ever shipment of LNG from BC sets sail for China
Former IWK CEO removed from 100 most powerful women list
The former CEO of the IWK Health Centre has been removed from a list of Canada's most powerful women, an award created by the Women's Executive Network.
Former IWK CEO removed from list of Canada's most powerful women  CTV News
Award rescinded for former Halifax hospital CEO mired in expense scandal  Financial Post
Halifax ranks at bottom in safe driving study
Tailgating and driving too fast are some of the reasons Halifax has claimed the title of Canadian collision capital for the third year in a row in an insurance company study.
North Bay cracks Top 15 on safe driving list  The North Bay Nugget
Halifax drivers rank dead last for driving safety: accident report
Wellsite pipeline leak spills 560 barrels of oil emulsion into Alberta swamp
CALGARY - The Alberta Energy Regulator says a pipeline owned by Calgary-based Mount Bastion Oil & Gas Corp. has leaked about 560 barrels of an oil and water mixture at a northern Alberta wellsite.
Cleanup underway after more than 500 barrels of oil released in northern Alberta  Edmonton Journal
Alberta's economy to grow at blistering 6.7% pace this year, says Conference ...
Alberta's economy is on pace to grow by a blistering 6.7 per cent this year, far outpacing every other province, according to the latest forecast from the Conference Board of Canada.
Alberta, BC to lead Canadian economic growth next year: Conference Board  Business in Vancouver
Alberta growth expected to continue next year, Conference Board of Canada says  Fort McMurray Today
TSX, Wall Street flat ahead of US Thanksgiving, as loonie gains ground
TORONTO _ With the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday approaching, North American stock indices are little changed today. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index edged down 3.07 points to 16,073.58, despite sharp increases in the price of oil and ...
CANADA STOCKS-TSX near flat as telecom losses offset resource share gains  Reuters
At the open: TSX rises, energy stocks up as oil at highest since July 2015  The Globe and Mail