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UCP government says it will make good on promise to end NDP oil-by-rail deal

Alberta’s United Conservative government has confirmed it will move ahead to scrap billions in oil-by-rail contracts signed by its NDP predecessors. To read full article...

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Analysis: Do uncertain times make for a light Toronto Council agenda?

In some ways, it has been a very busy start to 2019 at Toronto City Hall. Twenty-five councillors spent the first few months of the year figuring out how to do the work of...

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Mexico says it is close to U.S. metals tariff deal, waiting for Canada

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Mexico is close to resolving its dispute with the United States over steel and aluminum tariffs without quotas but hopes Canada can reach a similar...

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Senate committee passes majority of amendments for Bill C-69

After a thorough clause-by-clause review of hundreds of amendments to Bill C-69, a Senate committee has accepted a majority of the amendments to the Liberal bill that seeks...

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Statistics Canada reports Manufacturing sales up 2.1 per cent in March

OTTAWA -- Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales increased 2.1 per cent to $58.0 billion in March, boosted by the transportation equipment, petroleum and coal product,...

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Hamilton LRT contract now likely to be awarded in late 2020

Property demolitions are expected to begin this summer to set the stage for construction of Hamilton’s light-rail transit (LRT) line. To read full article click

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'Frustrating': Coquitlam mayor on North Shore rapid transit announcement

NORTH SHORE (NEWS 1130) – People who commute between the North Shore and Vancouver may have been happy with Tuesday’s news of a potential rapid transit line across the...

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RTG’s work on Ottawa LRT not substantially complete: independent certifier

Rideau Transit Group has not achieved substantial completion on Ottawa’s light rail transit line, according to an independent certifier, but the city still expects to have...

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Canadian rail volumes rise again while U.S. volumes fall

Canadian rail volumes rose again year-to-date for the week ended May 11, while U.S. rail volumes continued downward amid U.S. tariff uncertainty and a fuzzy economic...

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Prince Rupert Port Authority Container Terminal Master Planning Confirms Potential to Develop in Excess of 6 million TEUs of Capacity

 The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) announced today the completion of a container terminal master plan that outlines the potential of future container terminal...

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Toronto Transit Commission extends ATC system upgrade

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) crews earlier this week completed installation of an upgraded automatic train control (ATC) system between St. Patrick and Dupont subway...

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Mexican official says a deal is close to lift U.S. steel tariffs as Freeland heads to D.C.

A senior Mexican cabinet secretary said today she thinks Mexico is close to a deal to lift the United States' controversial 'national security' tariffs on steel and...