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BC to challenge Alberta's wine boycott under free trade agreement
British Columbia's wine industry was waiting for the province to do something to fight back against Alberta's boycott of the province's wines, and Monday it did by announcing it will formally dispute the measure under a national free-trade agreement ...
BC challenges Alberta's ban on wine over pipeline expansion dispute  News1130
Alberta says it will 'vigorously' defend wine boycott after BC ...  Edmonton Journal
Edmonton Sun  
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 faces big layoffs
Bombardier's La Pocatiļæ½re plant says hundreds of layoffs could come ...  Montreal Gazette
Anti-pipeline activists set to converge on Burnaby Mountain in March
More than 100 protesters were arrested on Burnaby Mountain in late 2014 for interfering with Kinder Morgan's survey work. Pipeline opponents are gearing up for another demonstration on the mountain on March 10.
Trudeau didn't act in good faith in dealings with Kinder Morgan  National Observer
Elizabeth May: Is the pipeline really in our best interests?  Vancouver Courier
Churchill gives principals, vice-principals one year to make a decision
Churchill says he realizes change breeds a high level of uncertainty that has led people to believe that worst case scenarios could happen as the government prepares to remove about 1,000 principals, vice-principals and supervisors from the union ...
House of Assembly back in action Feb. 27
Rural community session held to discuss education concerns in Nova Scotia
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.
Chicken chaos as KFC closes outlets  BBC News
Chicken shortage shuts majority of KFC branches in UK  Financial Times
BC's system to catch money laundering early is 'woefully deficient,' attorney ...
B.C.'s attorney general says the province's system to catch money laundering in its early stages is "woefully deficient" because officials turned a "blind eye" to suspicious activity for too long.
No quick fix: BC's Attorney General says money laundering problem will ...
Rules reviewed to keep drug money out of BC real estate  BCLocalNews
The letter Nirav Modi wrote to Punjab National Bank
Nirav Modi, the famed jeweller at the centre of India's biggest banking scam, blamed PNB's overzealousness for destroying his reputation and his inability clear the dues.
PNB case: Banks ignored RBI's warnings of flaw in system, possible fraud  Hindustan Times
'I urge you to be fair': Read Nirav Modi's full letter to Punjab ...  India Today
Toddler suffers broken leg after getting caught in Vancouver Airport escalator
RICHMOND (NEWS 1130) - A Calgary mom is warning about the dangers of escalators after her two-year-old son was injured while riding one.
Mum's horror as toddler's leg crushed by airport escalator  New Zealand Herald
World skating record attempt foiled by winter weather in Timmins
Hundreds of people braved the winter weather at Hollinger Park in Timmins on Family Day, but it wasn't quite enough to break the world record for longest skating chain.
Record attempt falls short  Timmins Press
Gallery: Sk8te Hollinger aiming for the record books (15 photos)  TimminsToday
Tokyo to build world's tallest timber tower
A Tokyo skyscraper is set to become the world's tallest wooden building. Japanese company Sumitomo Forestry says its 1,148 feet tall timber tower will be completed by in 2041, to mark the 350th anniversary of the business that year.
Plans drawn up for world's tallest wooden skyscraper  BBC News
Tokyo plans to build the world's tallest wooden skyscraper  Newsfirst