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Vancouver gas prices hit 154.9 cents a litre
Drivers in Vancouver may have experienced some sticker shock while fueling up this weekend as prices jumped to a nearly-record-setting 154.9 cents a litre.
Loosen up your wallet for record-breaking gas prices in Metro Vancouver
Vancouver-area gas prices set to surpass record  Times Colonist
KFC shares secrets with curious cooks
About a dozen people got a look behind the scenes at Kentucky Fried Chicken in Saskatoon on Sunday. Participants were put to work in the KFC Cooking School, and learned the secrets behind the tasty chicken, minus the secret herbs and spices used in the ...
Fried chicken fans sign up for lessons at KFC cooking school
Kayakers paddle into Port of Seattle to protest Kinder Morgan
A group of so-called “kayak-tivists” took to the waters in the Port of Seattle to protest Kinder Morgan's presence there Sunday.
Kayakers protest Kinder Morgan in Elliot Bay near Seattle  News1130
Kinder Morgan opponents use kayaks to surround tanker in Seattle harbour
Money for Seattle train better spent on local transportation needs: MLA
MLA Ian Paton says people living south of the George Massey Tunnel who work in Vancouver would be better off moving to Seattle if the high speed rail link becomes a reality.
BC puts up $300000 to study Vancouver-Seattle-Portland high-speed rail  Times Colonist
Washington state is 'allied' with BC on Trans Mountain pipeline ...  National Post
Union for Safeway workers in Manitoba reach tentative deal with company
WINNIPEG - The union representing about 2,200 employees at Safeway stores in Manitoba says a deal has been struck in contract negotiations, just hours before it had said they would be in a legal strike position.
Deal reached between Safeway workers and Sobeys West  Brandon Sun
Would controlled milk production work in the US?
FOND DU LAC - As the number of dairy farms in Wisconsin continues to drop and milk prices continue at a level below or close to the cost of production, some dairy organizations in the state are beginning to say “Enough is enough!
Trevor Hargreaves: Foreign lobbyists want to kill Canada's effective ...  The Province
Pot producer Tilray links up with pharma firm Sandoz Canada
Tilray President Brendan Kennedy is photographed with some of the Tilray product line such as capsules, oils, and dried marijuana at head office in Nanaimo, B.C.
Big Pharma's first foray into cannabis arrives with Sandoz-Tilray deal  Financial Post
Outlander Star Claims United Crew Made Jokes About Dogs in Overhead Bins 4 ...
In a tweet on Friday night, the Outlander star tweeted that he was flying from New Orleans to Chicago on the first leg of a trip to Vancouver when he heard United employees “making jokes about dogs in the overhead.
'Outlander' Actor Graham McTavish Says United Flight Crew Joked ...
'My journey was rubbish': Outlander actor Graham McTavish says crew ...  Daily Mail
Dollar starts week little changed as market looks to Fed, political risks
TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar started the week little changed on Monday as traders set sights on new Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's first monetary policy meeting later in the week and as the increased threat of trade protectionism kept markets on ...
FOREX-Dollar starts week little changed as market looks to Fed, political risks  Nasdaq
Nikkei drops to more than 1-week low as political issue saps risk stance  Reuters
Why predictions of a marijuana shortage in Canada are just smoke and mirrors
In the lead up to legal recreational marijuana in Canada, one claim that's constantly being chanted among industry players and media types alike is that, over the near term, at least, demand will outstrip supply by a long shot and that it'll take years ...
Don't get too high on cannabis stocks such as Aurora, Canopy Growth and ...  The Australian Financial Review
Why Aurora Cannabis Could Be The Short-Term Gorilla In The Cannabis Market  Seeking Alpha