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Tesla wants to electrify big trucks, adding to its ambitions
DETROIT -- After more than a decade of making cars and SUVs -- and, more recently, solar panels -- Tesla Inc. wants to electrify a new type of vehicle: big trucks.
Loblaw to be early adopter of Tesla's all-electric Semi  CBC.ca
Motor Mouth: The inconvenient truth about Tesla's truck  Driving
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More speeches from Bank of Canada not enough for markets: Analysts
The decision this week by Canada's central bank to add more speeches from policymakers to its schedule after an interest rate decision will not do enough to provide better forward guidance on monetary policy, analysts said on Friday.
Canada's inflation rate cools slightly in October  CBC.ca
Statistics Canada says CPI for October up 1.4 per cent from year ago  CanadianBusiness.com
Nebraska government says latest pipeline leak won't affect Keystone XL decision
Nebraska state officials said Friday an oil spill from the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota won't affect their imminent decision to approve or deny a route for the related Keystone XL project, proposed by TransCanada Corp.
Keystone pipeline leak won't affect last regulatory hurdle  Financial Post
Keystone pipeline spill will take months to clean up: officials  The Globe and Mail
Ex-Laval mayor who was sentenced to six years for corruption gets day parole
MONTREAL -- The former mayor of Quebec's third-largest city who was sentenced to six years in prison last December after pleading guilty to conspiracy, fraud and breach of trust has been granted day parole.
The trial of Tony Accurso for fraud and corruption abort  The Quebec Telegram
Fraud case of Quebec construction mogul Tony Accurso ends in mistrial  The Globe and Mail
Opening of York Spadina Subway extension now just 30 days away
The countdown to the opening of the city's first new subway in more than 15 years has begun. Officials from all three levels of government were on hand at the new Downsview Park Station on Friday morning to celebrate hitting the 30-day mark from the ...
Toronto-York Spadina subway extension set to open in 30 days  CityNews
Toronto-York TTC Subway Extension Set to Open in 30 Days  Government of Ontario News
Loblaw pre-orders 25 Tesla all-electric trucks
MONTREAL - Canada's largest supermarket chain Loblaw says it is among the first purchasers of Tesla's new electric truck. A spokeswoman for the Ontario-based company (TSX:L) says it has pre-ordered 25 of the vehicles as part of its strategy to have an ...
Canadian grocery chain Loblaw says has ordered 25 Tesla electric trucks  Reuters
Loblaw orders 25 of Tesla's new electric trucks  BNN
Alberta will set no limit on number of private pot stores
Alberta won't limit the number of private cannabis stores once retail sales are legalized next July, according to new details released Thursday by the NDP government.
Alberta To Control Online Pot Sales, But Private Operators Allowed To Sell ...  Huffington Post Canada
Private marijuana industry to be boon for Alberta: Alberta Cannabis ...  Globalnews.ca
Just months away, here's how pot legalization is shaping up in Canada
Recreational marijuana is on track to be legalized in Canada by July 2018, making Canada the first Group of Seven country to allow the drug nationwide and the second in the world after Uruguay.
Cannabis is Canada's moment to lead the world  The Globe and Mail
6 reasons an investment in the pot industry will likely go up in smoke: Olive  OurWindsor.ca
Pot activist sees charges dropped, but legal troubles remain
A Nova Scotia marijuana activist facing a slew of drug charges had a number of them dropped Friday, but will still have to answer to fresh charges laid last week.
Crown drops charges against cannabis club owner  The Coast Halifax
Halifax cannabis shop owner says charges dropped in relation to three raids  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Toronto man sentenced to five years in prison for claiming almost $1 million ...
The CRA says Alexander Wiafe filed eight quarterly GST/HST returns claiming refunds for purchases that were either fictitious or not incurred by the company.
Toronto resident sentenced to five years in prison for GST/HST fraud  EIN News (press release)