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Starting with 'eastern bastards' remark, Notley wins over Calgary business crowd
Two years after struggling through a speech in front of an awkwardly silent business crowd, Rachel Notley stood before the Calgary Chamber again on Friday and opened with a joke.
Rachel Notley, Jim Carr to make case for Trans Mountain oil pipeline in BC  The Globe and Mail
Varcoe: Notley says Trans Mountain on one-yard line, but Alberta must get ...  Calgary Herald
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Sobeys to lay off 800 workers across Canada
The Sobeys grocery business will be cutting about 800 office jobs across Canada as part of efforts to create one efficient national organization out of five regional operations, the company announced Friday.
Sobeys lays off 190 office workers in Calgary as union worries about ...  Calgary Herald
TAYLOR: Sobeys moves to soften blow on workers laid off  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Shoppers line up at 3:30 am looking for Black Friday deals
Some looking for deals on electronics and other products lined up as early as 3:30 a.m. in Metro Vancouver, but it seemed like many opted to shop for sales online instead this Black Friday.
Black Friday lures consumers to stores and online after weeks of deals  CBC.ca
Holiday cheer boosts Macy's and other US retail stocks  The Globe and Mail
The close: TSX rises with energy stocks, banks
Canada's main stock index ended up on Friday, with broad gains led by modest moves higher for its heavyweight energy and financial sectors while gold miners weighed.
North American markets up in broad advance, as price of oil rallies nearly US$1  CTV News
TSX up, US markets set more records while Canadian dollar sees slight gain  Toronto Star
Why turbulence is ahead for Toronto and Vancouver's housing markets
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Q&A: Vancouver's mayor says new housing plan aims to create ' ...  CBC.ca
These 10 points show how Vancouver aims to create the right supply to ...  BuzzBuzzNews
WestJet announces new daily routes from Calgary to 5 cities in Alberta, BC
WestJet is launching a regional air service that will connect Calgary to five small cities in B.C. and Alberta with year-round, daily flights, the airline announced Friday.
WestJet launches new regional air service in Western Canada with Pacific Coastal  Globalnews.ca
WestJet launches new regional air service in Western Canada  CTV News
Aurora takeover bid 'makes no sense,' based on inflated share price: CanniMed
CanniMed Therapeutics Inc. fired back at Aurora Cannabis Inc. - which formally launched its hostile takeover bid Friday - saying the Vancouver-headquartered marijuana producer's management "has not demonstrated an ability to execute competently" ...
CanniMed bristles at Aurora's hostile, all-share offer to create $3B ...  Financial Post
Medical cannabis facility set to open in Pointe-Claire  CTV News
Driver killed last winter: City of Winnipeg testing shields for city buses
WINNIPEG - Driver safety shields are being added to six transit buses in Winnipeg to see how the barriers work. The city says the pilot project will last at least six months so drivers have time to provide feedback on which of two shield designs is ...
Transit union to city: Use smaller buses or Uber-like apps instead of ...  CBC.ca
City shows off security shields for transit buses; union objects to ' ...  Winnipeg Free Press
Telecom Stock Roundup: FCC Plans to Scrap Net Neutrality, DOJ Sues AT&T-Time ...
There were a couple of notable developments in the telecom space last week. Recently, Ajit Pai, the Commissioner of Federal Communications Commission (FCC), revealed a draft plan for a complete roll back of Net Neutrality.
What the Internet could look like by next Thanksgiving  The Boston Globe
How repealing net neutrality in US could hurt Canadian pocketbooks  CBC.ca
BC Ferries vehicle traffic this summer is best ever
VICTORIA - BC Ferries had its highest vehicle traffic levels ever this summer, increasing 5.2 per cent over the same period last year.
Summer traffic on BC Ferries set records, new numbers show  CTV Vancouver Island
Record vehicle traffic continues in BC Ferries' second quarter results  CHEK