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Calgary can 'hold its head up' despite not making Amazon HQ2 short list, pitch ...
Calgary's failure to make Amazon's short list of locations for its second headquarters is a disappointment but also a learning experience, says the woman who spearheaded the city's pitch to the U.S.
Canadians Cities React To Losing Out On New Amazon Headquarters  HuffPost Canada
3 big stories you might have missed on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018  CTV News
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Tim Hortons protests planned across Canada in solidarity with Ontario workers
Wed, Jan 10: A fight between the corporate offices of Tim Hortons and some franchisees over higher minimum wage has led to the iconic brand being caught in the political crossfire.
Media Advisory – Day of Action in support of #TimHortons Workers  EIN News (press release)
Protests Set For Friday At Tim's Locations.  Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre
Minhas Brewery to build new distillery in Calgary
At an event Thursday attended by Premier Rachel Notley, the company announced it would build a distillery in its northeast Calgary microbrewery.
'It's unfortunate:' Politicians disappointed Alberta out of ...  Globalnews.ca
Notley slams Opposition tax plan, says Kenney thinks Robin Hood 'scary ...  CBC.ca
$230 million sale of Vancouver Island craft cannabis producer shocks local ...
'For someone like myself who is a small craft grower ... it's kind of jaw dropping that that's a possibility'. Anna Dimoff � CBC News � 3 hours ago.
BMO marks first foray by a major Canadian bank in marijuana sector with ...  Financial Post
Which Marijuana Stock Is the Better Buy: Aphria Inc. or Canopy Growth Corp.?  The Motley Fool Canada
Most actively traded companies on the TSX
Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Up 65 cents, or 5.28 per cent, to $12.97 on 25.9 million shares. Trading in CanniMed shares (TSX:CMED) was halted Thursday after the company is postponing a key shareholder meeting to give it time to hold ...
Newstrike Resources Ltd. Consents to Postponement of CanniMed Therapeutics ...  Digital Journal
Newstrike shareholders overwhelmingly support CanniMed takeover deal  The Guardian
Consumers will not feel pain from Canada rate hikes - yet
OTTAWA (Reuters) - It will take longer than expected for Canadian rate hikes to discourage consumer spending or spark deleveraging as most homeowners are sheltered from mortgage renewal risk until 2019 - and cheap loans are still available, economists ...
What to do about your debt and mortgages after the interest rate hike  Todayville.com
Keystone XL pipeline has strong commercial support, TransCanada says
TransCanada Corp. has lined up shipper support for its Keystone XL project thanks to a commitment from the Alberta government but the future of the controversial pipeline remains uncertain.
Varcoe: Two steps forward in Canada's pipeline dance  Calgary Herald
Alberta backs Keystone XL with 20-year capacity pledge  The Globe and Mail
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains Calls 'Bullshit' On Corporate Excuses For ...
Canada's innovation minister has a blunt message for corporations claiming they don't have the talent to create diverse leadership teams.
Feds bolster BDC's ability to provide more capital to clean tech companies  CanadianBusiness.com
'Bullshit': Canadian minister blasts lack of diversity in corporate ...  The Guardian
Inspectors: Foreign workers apparently lived at Canadian Burger King
Burger King has been trying to boost same-store sales with new foods, including a Big King burger, and discounts such as a two-sandwiches-for-US$5 deal.
Lethbridge Burger King under investigation after it's accused of having ...  Globalnews.ca
Couillard offers hope for Montreal transit projects and pot cash, but no cheques
Quebec Premier Phillippe Couillard tells Montreal Mayor Val�rie Plante what he wrote in the city's Golden Book during ceremony at Montreal city hall on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018.
Plante and Couillard talk public transit, pot and not making Amazon's ...  CTV News
Mayors hope to change Val�rie Plante's mind on fee hikes  Globalnews.ca