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Uber can't confirm number of Canadians impacted in security breach: privacy ...
Canada's federal privacy commissioner says Uber Technologies Inc. can't confirm how many Canadians may be affected by an October 2016 security breach that the riding-hailing firm initially tried to cover up.
Uber hack renews call for law forcing companies to alert consumers to breaches  Globalnews.ca
Uber isn't saying how many Canadians were affected by year-old hack  Financial Post
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What's in Ontario's massive new labour bill? A minimum wage hike, but much ...
The Ontario legislature passed a bill Wednesday including the much-ballyhooed minimum wage hike that has been hailed as both massive boon and possible job-killer for Canada's most populous province.
Ontario reforms labour laws, boosts minimum wage to $15 in 2019  CTV News
Province approves labour reforms hiking the minimum wage  The North Bay Nugget
Liberals propose billions for affordable housing, including individual benefits
Minister of Families, Children and Social Development Jean-Yves Duclos looks on at the end of a press conference in Ottawa on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017.
In the news today, Nov. 22  TheChronicleHerald.ca
National housing strategy must involve cities: Vancouver mayor  News1130
Winnipeg budget 2018: Bus fares and parking fees up, infrastructure spending down
Winnipeggers will pay another loonie an hour to park on city streets and 25 cents more to take the bus next year to help the city cover all of its costs in 2018.
Winnipeg Transit rates on the rise, routes possibly cut: City of Winnipeg budget  Globalnews.ca
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
Canadian Government Releases Cannabis Legalization Details
The Canadian government has released proposed federal regulations, clarifying some details of the program as provincial governments begin releasing their own draft rules.
Canada Proposes Health Warnings for Pot Sales  Newsmax
Hempco Commercial Growth to be Significantly Boosted by Health Canada ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Former IWK CEO yanked from list of Canada's most powerful women
The former CEO of the IWK Health Centre is no longer on a list of Canada's top 100 most powerful women. Tracy Kitch, who resigned from her position in August after an expense scandal, had been included on the list from the Women's Executive Network ...
Women's Executive Network blasted for naming former children's ...  Globalnews.ca
Former hospital CEO mired in expense scandal named a top female leader  Financial Post
Andy Byford leaves Toronto for the lights of Broadway
A look back at the highs and lows of the Byford years, and the challenges ahead for his successor. By Steve Munro. Photo by John Tavares via Flickr.
Andy Byford leaving the TTC for a job with New York City Transit  Toronto Star
TTC CEO Andy Byford stepping down after 5 years to lead New York City Transit  CBC.ca
Alberta plans to extend parental leave period for all employees in province
Alberta's NDP government says it will soon make changes to labour regulations to allow expectant parents in the province to apply for extended federal leave benefits.
TransCanada 'cautiously optimistic' about Keystone XL construction ...  Financial Post
On Keystone, Rachel Notley is celebrating too soon  iPolitics.ca
For the UK economy, this budget is its Suez moment
The UK economy is still over-dependent on personal debt, such as loans and credit cards. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA. Office for Budget Responsibility.
Budget 2017: Hammond increases borrowing to fund spending plans  Financial Times
What is stamp duty and what do the changes in the Budget mean for first-time ...  The Independent