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  1. Trump administration expected to approve the Keystone XL pipeline today

    Canada.com - Business 03.24 / 09:31 www.canada.com
    WASHINGTON - The much debated Keystone XL pipeline project is expected to be approved by the U.S. government…
  2. Rest in peace, CSB: A eulogy for the Canada Savings Bond

    Cbc.ca - Business 03.24 / 09:19 www.cbc.ca
    Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to bid a fond farewell to the Canada Savings Bond, the grand dame of Canadian investment vehicles, who met her end at age 71 this week after a lengthy…
  3. 'We'll get there': Morneau on more transparency for gender-based analysis

    Canada.com - Business 03.24 / 08:44 www.canada.com
    OTTAWA - Finance Minister Bill Morneau said he recognizes the importance of transparency when it comes to scrutinizing how government spending impacts men and women — as well as other groups of people — in different…
  4. 'We'll get there': Morneau on more transparency for gender-based analysis

    Brandonsun.com - Business 03.24 / 08:20 www.brandonsun.com
    OTTAWA - Finance Minister Bill Morneau said he recognizes the importance of transparency when it comes to scrutinizing how government spending impacts men and women — as well as other groups of people — in different ways. "We do know that we need to give confidence to people about what we are…
  5. Trump administration expected to approve the Keystone XL pipeline today

    Brandonsun.com - Business 03.24 / 08:20 www.brandonsun.com
    WASHINGTON - The much debated Keystone XL pipeline project is expected to be approved by the U.S. government today. The White House isn't elaborating on today's announcement, but the Trump administration has repeatedly said it supports the project. Former president Barack Obama rejected…
  6. What Hasbro’s Pie Face tells us about the future of fun

    Thestar.com - Business 03.24 / 06:01 www.thestar.com
    Successful toys can’t just be fun for players in real time — they have to entertain social media use…
  7. Judge rules Dominion's coal ash site pollutes Virginia water

    Canada.com - Business 03.24 / 03:15 www.canada.com
    RICHMOND, Va. - Arsenic is illegally flowing out of one of the sites where Virginia's biggest utility stores coal ash, polluting surrounding waters, a federal judge ruled…
  8. Stampede chuckwagon auction proceeds up slightly

    Canada.com - Business 03.24 / 02:06 www.canada.com
    CALGARY - It came right down to the wire but the annual Calgary Stampede chuckwagon canvas auction just edged out the total raised a year…
  1. Sunrise Records reveals which HMV locations it will take over

    Torontosun.com - Money 03.23 / 23:06 www.torontosun.com
    Sunrise Records is revealing more of the locations where it plans to open…
  2. Pilot project will teach Ontario students finance skills

    Moneysense.ca - Money 03.23 / 21:23 www.moneysense.ca
    28 schools are participating The post Pilot project will teach Ontario students finance skills appeared first on…
  3. How Finance might curb tax advantages for private corps

    Advisor.ca - Personal Finance 03.23 / 20:39 advisor.ca
    Your business owner clients may think of themselves as middle class, but according to the Trudeau government, they aren’t. In its 2017 federal budget, “Building the Middle Class,” the government reveals it will be reviewing how private corporations create unfair advantages for “high-income individuals.” Read: Liberals reviewing private corporations, high-income tax strategies And what exactly …
  4. Obamacare vote delayed by GOP leaders in major setback for Donald Trump

    Globalnews.ca - Money 03.23 / 20:27 globalnews.ca
    GOP House leaders delayed their planned vote Thursday on a long-promised bill to repeal and replace "Obamacare," in a stinging setback for House Speaker Paul Ryan and President Donald…
  5. An ode to the Canada Savings Bond

    Moneysense.ca - Money 03.23 / 20:13 www.moneysense.ca
    Just how rich was the CSB in its heyday? The post An ode to the Canada Savings Bond appeared first on…
  6. Federal Budget 2017: Changes for Skilled Workers, Families and Beer-Lovers

    We now know the details of the 2017 federal budget – the second since the Liberal government came to power. Released on March 22, it’s being characterized as a “stay the course” announcement as there were no new tax breaks announced, no new taxes revealed and no major new funding. Forecasters were bracing for changes … Continue reading » The post Federal Budget 2017: Changes for Skilled Workers, Families and Beer-Lovers appeared first on MoneyWi…
  7. How to avoid factual control of a corporation? Avoid influence

    Advisor.ca - Personal Finance 03.23 / 19:52 advisor.ca
    Clients should stay away from wielding influence over businesses they don’t want associated with their own corporations for tax r…
  8. Niche nuggets in Budget 2017

    Advisor.ca - Personal Finance 03.23 / 19:29 advisor.ca
    Experts are scouring the budget for meaningful changes but also considering the bigger…
  1. U.S. approval expected Friday for Keystone XL

    Macleans.ca - Finance 03.24 / 10:41 www.macleans.ca
    However, TransCanada still lacks deals with all landowners in Nebraska on proposed route The post U.S. approval expected Friday for Keystone XL appeared first on…
  2. New brokerage Renzo Real Estate brings virtual reality experience to Calgary

    Remonline.com - Real Estate 03.24 / 04:18 www.remonline.com
    Michael Montgomery and Willemina Montgomery recently opened Renzo Real Estate, a Calgary-based boutique real estate brokerage that is making extensive use of virtual reality. The post New brokerage Renzo Real Estate brings virtual reality experience to Calgary appeared first on REM | Real Estate…
  3. You can see a lot of things just by observing

    Remonline.com - Real Estate 03.24 / 04:18 www.remonline.com
    One of Yogi Berra's many sayings was “You can see a lot of things just by observing.” It seems silly but, as a person who has observed the real estate industry now for almost 40 years, I find it to be most profound. The post You can see a lot of things just by observing appeared first on REM | Real Estate Mag…
  4. An ode to the Canada Savings Bond

    Macleans.ca - Finance 03.23 / 21:23 www.macleans.ca
    The Canada Savings Bond will soon be gone. Just how rich was the CSB in its heyday? The post An ode to the Canada Savings Bond appeared first on…
  5. Insurance Company Beaten as Exclusions Do Not Apply to Dam Burst

    Movesmartly.com - Real Estate 03.23 / 20:19 www.movesmartly.com
    Bob Aaron in Legal Not all insurance policies exclude coverage for floods entering a house from the outside. Last month I wrote about a $2-million claim for catastrophic water damage submitted to their insurance company by Hassan Hojjatian and…
  1. Irving contributes to Dartmouth’s COVE

    HALIFAX—Irving Shipbuilding Inc. has announced a $4.52-million programming investment to support the COVE project now under construction in Dartmouth, N…
  2. RICS announces three summit keynote speakers

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Headliners and keynote speakers have been announced for the upcoming RICS Summit of the Americas conference to take place in Chicago May 1 to 3…
  3. Government funds 36 Quebec water improvement projects

    SAINTE-CLAIRE, QUE.—An investment of more than $62.3 million for 36 water projects in the Chaudiere-Appalaches region will protect public health and the province’s waterways by investing in projects to ensure that water and wastewater systems are up to date, efficient and meet communities’ increasing capacity needs…
  4. RAIC honours three architects for raising architecture awareness

    OTTAWA—The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) has selected one of the leading contemporary architects in the United States as well an architect-couple who have raised awareness of Canadian architecture through publishing to receive its 2017 Honorary F…
  5. Construction Corner: Waiting for climate change action only hurts more

    When world governments agreed in December, 2015, to limit the rise in global temperatures to two degrees above pre-industrial levels, the world gave a collective sigh of relief. End of…
  6. PHOTO: Project #101

    Facade work is almost complete on Camrost Felcorp’s 229-suite luxury rental building located at 101 St. Clair Ave. W. in T…
  7. OGCA Symposium to be an industry information hub

    The 10th Ontario General Contractors Association (OGCA) Construction Symposium will feature some of the top names and hottest topics in the construction industry, says the association’s p…
  1. BDO Examines future of Canada’s food and beverage and transportation industries

    Canadianshipper.com - Industries 03.23 / 23:16 canadianshipper.com
    TORONTO, Ont.–Canada’s food & beverage (F&B) and transportation, warehousing and distribution (TWD) industries continue to face many challenges, yet new innovations and advancing technology are helping business leaders remain largely optimistic about the future. The findings were released in BDO’s… The post BDO Examines future of Canada’s food and beverage and transportation industries appeared first on Canadian…
  2. New podcast provides insight into grain transportation

    Canadianshipper.com - Industries 03.23 / 23:16 canadianshipper.com
    WINNIPEG, Man.– CN this week launched “Grain Insight”, a radio podcast that provides producers, communities and the agricultural industry with the latest updates on getting grain to market. Radio stations are invited to download these podcasts and share them directly… The post New podcast provides insight into grain transportation appeared first on Canadian…
  3. Fleet Complete acquires BigRoad

    Canadianshipper.com - Industries 03.23 / 23:16 canadianshipper.com
    TORONTO, Ont.–Fleet Complete, a global IoT provider of fleet telematics and mobile workforce technology, continues its growth through the acquisition of BigRoad, a provider of hours-of-service (HOS) and regulatory compliance solutions. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. This partnership… The post Fleet Complete acquires BigRoad appeared first on Canadian…
  4. CSL releases video documenting the making of The Sea Keeper mural

    Canadianshipper.com - Industries 03.23 / 23:16 canadianshipper.com
    MONTREAL, Que.–The CSL Group has released a five-minute video documenting how a spectacular 196,2 m2 (2,111.9 ft2) original work-of-art was created on the forward façade of the accommodations block of the Trillium Class bulk carrier CSL St-Laurent. The video can be… The post CSL releases video documenting the making of The Sea Keeper mural appeared first on Canadian S…