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A public art project puts mental health on display in Toronto’s subways

When it comes to mental health, many can’t find the words. But a poster campaign on Toronto’s subways is looking to leverage the power of art to encourage understanding...

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'When Alberta hurts, so does Canada': Energy sector gets $1.6-billion boost from feds

Canada’s energy industry is getting a $1.6-billion boost from Ottawa as the sector continues to grapple with a crushing oil differential, but Premier Rachel Notley says...

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Canadian officials stops by for a visit

John Cruickshank represents Illinois' largest trading partner — Canada — and hopes to see that economic relationship grow. To read full article click

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Some fear for tourism as Huawei arrest strains Canada-China relations

Canadians visiting China should have no problems, expert says — but be careful around politics To read full article click

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Building strong communities and creating lasting economic, environmental and social benefits for Canadians

Minister Champagne highlights 2018 infrastructure accomplishments under the Investing in Canada plan To read full article click

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A Bold Proposal to Make Surrey’s Mayor a Transit Hero

McCallum’s pricey SkyTrain pledge is crashing. But old tracks and new tech can save the day. To read full article click

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CP Board Chair Andrew F. Reardon to retire from Board of Directors; Isabelle Courville designated as the next Chair

CALGARY, Dec. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Andrew F. Reardon has notified Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) that he will be retiring from CP's Board of...

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‘Possible quagmire’ awaits new trade deal in Congress; Big Business is nearing panic

WASHINGTON Corporate leaders across America watching President Donald Trump fight with Democrats fear their chances of securing the newly revised trade agreement with Mexico...

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Amid hits to reputation, Bombardier’s rail division remains key to company’s turnaround plan

Sitting back in a leather lounge chair on the sidelines of The International Transport Forum, a stack of notes untouched by his side, the soft-spoken head of Bombardier...

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CN Rail developing method for shipping oil in 'puck' form

Canada’s largest railway believes the “CanaPux” can be a game changer for the country’s oil industry. To read full article click

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Grain shippers wary of railways’ crude oil plans

Western grain shippers are watching closely to ensure their rail service doesn’t decline as oil shipments increase. To read full article click

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Canada starts clock on ratifying new NAFTA text

The Trudeau government quietly started its ratification process for the revised North American trade agreement Wednesday. To read full article click