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Kenney win would bring uncertainty for energy sector, says report – CBC News

If United Conservative Party (UCP) Leader Jason Kenney becomes Alberta’s premier next week, investors in the Canadian energy sector should brace for a significant amount of risk, according to a new report released with only days left in the Alberta election campaign. The report comes from the Eurasia Group, a U.S.-based political risk analysis and … Continue reading “Kenney win would bring uncertainty for energy sector, says report – CBC News”

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Boy, 5, pushed or thrown from Mall of America balcony: witnesses – Global News

MINNEAPOLIS — A 5-year-old boy plummeted three floors Friday after being pushed or thrown from a balcony at the Mall of America, according to witnesses, and a 24-year-old man with a history of causing disturbances at the mall was in custody. Bloomington Police Chief Jeffrey Potts said police don’t think there is any relationship between … Continue reading “Boy, 5, pushed or thrown from Mall of America balcony: witnesses – Global News”

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For millennials in Canada, the middle class dream slips a little further away: OECD – National Post

With a federal election coming later this year, expect politicians to be talking non-stop about the middle class and its importance to the country. The problem is, according to a new report, the middle class is shrinking — squeezed by high housing and education costs, displaced by automation and lacking the skills most valued in … Continue reading “For millennials in Canada, the middle class dream slips a little further away: OECD – National Post”

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Ford government committed to lifting cap on pot shops in Ontario – Global News

The Ford government is introducing changes to how cannabis is sold across the province as part of the budget, including $40-million over two years to help implement the costs of recreational pot. READ MORE: A dozen of Ontario’s cannabis stores penalized for not opening on time The Progressive Conservative are proposing to lift the cap … Continue reading “Ford government committed to lifting cap on pot shops in Ontario – Global News”

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Fraser Valley Condo Assignment Listings Hit Record High

The building boom which has transpired across Greater Vancouver and into the suburbs of the Fraser Valley remains rather intriguing. As is typical in housing booms we typically see a drive to qualify, a phenomenon where buyers get priced out of the city and are forced to drive further out in order to qualify for […]

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Silly season hits House of Commons as Scheer and Trudeau clash over SNC-Lavalin, racism – National Post

OTTAWA — A week before Easter, the temperature in Ottawa was finally above zero and spring, or at least spring fever, seemed to have reached the House of Commons chamber. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative leader Andrew Scheer wore rosy ties for the International Day of Pink, and a sea of MPs behind them … Continue reading “Silly season hits House of Commons as Scheer and Trudeau clash over SNC-Lavalin, racism – National Post”

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Calgary police allege father abducted girl who is now believed to be in Iraq – CTV News

Police in Calgary are calling on the local Iraqi community to come forward with any information on the whereabouts of a girl who is believed to have been abducted by her father. For more on this story, visit CTV Calgary Zahraa Al Aazawi, 12, travelled from Calgary to Egypt in June 2018 for a summer … Continue reading “Calgary police allege father abducted girl who is now believed to be in Iraq – CTV News”

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‘A Place To Grow’ will be Ontario’s new licence plate slogan – Toronto Star

The province is also looking at following the lead of Quebec and many American states by getting rid of front licence plates. Sources told the Star that change, which is opposed by many police forces, could save $2.5 million, although Walker declined to confirm that Tuesday. NDP MPP Taras Natyshak has blasted the slogan changes, … Continue reading “‘A Place To Grow’ will be Ontario’s new licence plate slogan – Toronto Star”

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Opinion: Jason Kenney prepares to put Alberta on economic war footing – The Globe and Mail

The presumptive favourite to become Alberta’s next premier – although polls appear to be tightening – Jason Kenney is already talking about what his first priorities will be. Somewhat surprisingly, job one will be proclaiming a law that would give his government the power to restrict the supply of oil and gas to B.C. Bill … Continue reading “Opinion: Jason Kenney prepares to put Alberta on economic war footing – The Globe and Mail”

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Value of Building Permits Decline Across Canada in February

Residential building permits are a well known leading indicator as to the future strength of the housing market and the economy. Given the obvious knock-on effects from a weaker housing market, and the loss of jobs in the ever so important construction sector, any decline in building permits is generally perceived as being negative for […]

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