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BC launches formal challenge of Alberta wine boycott
VANCOUVER -- British Columbia has turned up the heat in a simmering trade dispute by launching a formal challenge against Alberta's ban on its wines.
Alberta says it will 'vigorously' defend wine boycott after BC ...  Edmonton Journal
BC to challenge Alberta's wine boycott under free trade agreement  Vancouver Sun
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Bombardier may lay off hundreds of workers in Quebec if no orders come in
A spokesperson says it is “five after midnight” for the plant over the next 12 months, putting at least half of the plant's 600 jobs on the line.
Bombardier may lay off hundreds at its Quebec railway plant if no orders come in  CBC.ca
After losing REM contract, Bombardier workers seek meeting with Couillard  Montreal Gazette
KFC has chicken shortage in the UK Yes, you read that right. No chicken at KFC
As of Monday, about 300 of KFC's 900 locations in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland were open, according to a list on KFC's website.
Feathers fly as chicken shortage shuts KFCs across Britain  National Post
Chicken chaos as KFC closes outlets  BBC News
No quick fix: BC's Attorney General says money laundering in real estate ...
Attorney General David Eby says the province will need to build the infrastructure from the ground up to truly get a handle on money laundering.
BC's system to catch money laundering early is 'woefully deficient ...  CBC.ca
Rules reviewed to keep drug money out of BC real estate  Nelson Star
NL unveils plan to double oil production by 2030, speed up development process
The Newfoundland and Labrador government launched a new plan on Monday for growing the oil and gas sector. Highlights of Advance 2030 include doubling offshore oil production by 2030 through reducing development time for projects and laying the ...
NL unveils 12-year plan for offshore oil, gas development  CTV News
Newfoundland launches plan to speed up offshore oil and gas development  The Globe and Mail
Maine Governor seeks tariff exemption for New Brunswick lumber firms
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Canadian lumber producers in high spirits as strong demand expected to boost ...  Globalnews.ca
Plans drawn up for world's tallest wooden skyscraper
A Japanese company is planning to build the world's tallest wooden skyscraper, to mark its 350th anniversary in 2041. Sumitomo Forestry said 10% of the 70-storey W350 tower would be steel, combined with about 180,000 cubic metres of indigenous wood ...
The world's tallest timber tower will be the tallest building of any ...  woodworkingnetwork.com
Ambitious plan hatched for supertall wooden skyscraper in Tokyo  New Atlas
RES to build energy storage facility for LRT line in Ontario
February 19 (Renewables Now) - The Canadian unit of UK-based Renewable Energy Systems Ltd (RES) will design and build a battery energy storage facility that will provide backup power to the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) line in Ontario ...
Eglinton Crosstown construction zone an 'unsafe situation,' say ...  CBC.ca
Tesla smartens up the grid in Nova Scotia with Powerpacks and Powerwalls
There were no $50 million bets, no big press conferences, there aren't even any dead ducks. But there is a big honking grid-size battery installation in Elmsdale, Nova Scotia, being used to store power generated by nearby Hardwood Lands wind turbines ...
Nova Scotia Power pioneers new energy storage system using Tesla Powerpacks  Inhabitat
The Morning After: Water purification could lead to more electric cars  Engadget
Website-Blocking Proposal Gets Little Love In Submissions To CRTC
Media shouldn't be surprised the public wants a say in how the internet is run. Canadian Press. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld.
CRTC's dilemma: balance consumer and telecom's feelings on broadcast ...  National Post
Canadian Pirate Site Blocks Could Spread to VPNs, Professor Warns  TorrentFreak