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It’s too early to know if Trump’s tariffs are driving Canadians away from U.S. goods, but some say the only way to strike back is with their wallets.

Out of 1,773 High Arctic glaciers, 1,353 shrank significantly between 2000 and 2016
A now-disqualified United Conservative Party candidate is defending racist and anti-Islam comments he made on social media that prompted his removal from the southern Alberta ballot. Warning: this story contains language that might be disturbing to some readers.
There is still time to nominate an outstanding early childhood educator, or child care provider, for the 2018 Child Care Awards of Excellence.
Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family Development, has released the following statement on the selection of Jennifer Charlesworth as the unanimously recommended candidate for B.C.’s representative for children and youth:

The event was billed to taxpayers by former UCP MLA Prab Gill, who quit the party’s caucus this past weekend to sit as an Independent after an investigation into ballot-stuffing.
The British Columbia hazelnut industry will have a chance to regenerate after facing challenges with eastern filbert blight (EFB).
Karen Taylor, a UBC agricultural economist, has been retained by the provincial government to study agriculture piece rates and the minimum wages for farm workers who harvest crops by hand.
The replacement of the Pattullo Bridge, which will make moving across the Fraser River safer for all bridge users, is one step closer to completion.
Dr. Karen Schiff, Regional Supervising Coroner for West Region, Hamilton Office, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Ryan McKechnie.
Desde hace varios años, las autoridades de Montreal han impulsado el uso del transporte público, en un esfuerzo por convertir a la ciudad en una urbe más amigable con el medioambiente. The post Montreal: Cae el uso de los autobuses de la STM appeared first on NM Noticias.
Advanced Education, Skills and LabourThe Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour’s Regatta Plaza office at 80-84 Elizabeth Avenue in St. John’s will be closed tomorrow (Tuesday, July 17) to accommodate a planned water shut-off.

A new, landmark agreement for key public-sector infrastructure projects in B.C. will deliver good-paying jobs, better training and apprenticeships, and more trades opportunities for Indigenous peoples, women and youth around the province.
Members of Justin Trudeau's youth council are urging the prime minister to withdraw his decision to buy Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.
More than 350 unionized workers voted Monday to accept the tentative deal reached with the mine owner, Compass Minerals.
Justice and Public SafetyUnder section 13.5 of the Fatalities Investigations Act, the Minister of Justice and Public Safety is required, within 60 days after receiving a report from the Child Death Review Committee (CDRC), to make public those recommendations relating to:
The fair and exhibition season has started, and British Columbians are invited to check out local goods and participate in a fun social media contest showcasing Buy BC.
Abdoul Abdi and his supporters argued to a Federal Court judge that the Canadian and Nova Scotian governments failed him during his years in the child-welfare system, and that he should not face a deportation hearing.
Este fin de semana dejó un balance negativo en los espacios acuáticos de Quebec, justo cuando comienza la semana de la prevención de ahogamientos. The post Fin de semana trágico en los espacios acuáticos de Quebec appeared first on NM Noticias.
Ontario's new premier has removed the province's representative in Washington, D.C., from her position and it's not clear whether Doug Ford intends to replace Monique Smith or scrap the position. Her departure comes at a time when ongoing trade issues with the U.S. could impact Ontario's economy.
Executive CouncilChildren, Seniors and Social DevelopmentToday, the Honourable Dwight Ball, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, joined members of St. John’s Pride, and other community representatives, at a flag-raising ceremony at the Confederation Building as part of Pride Week 2018 celebrations.
Cuarenta y nueve años dedicados a la música. Uno de sus álbumes figura entre los 1001 discos que debes escuchar antes de morir. Ha tenido una Maestra vida, que le ha quitado y sin duda, le ha dado. The post Siete temas para celebrar los 70 años del cantante panameño Rubén Blades appeared first on NM Noticias.
Un ciclista resultó gravemente herido en una colisión que se produjo esta madrugada en Rosemont. The post Ciclista resultó gravemente herido en colisión en Rosemont appeared first on NM Noticias.
The 30-bed Tabusintac Nursing Home will receive $2.6 million for renovations.
Al-Pack Enterprises is expanding its operations and adding up to nine jobs with support from the provincial and federal governments.
Protest organizers against the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project say they believe the number of people arrested for civil disobedience will rise or even surpass the number arrested fighting to stop logging in Clayoquot Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island more than two decades ago.
The rising wage floor has increased the pay of tens of thousands of Albertans by a small but significant degree. A dollar or two an hour may not sound like a lot to some of us, but for others, it's the difference between living above or below the poverty line. Who are these people,? Not necessarily who you might think.
Labour, Employment and Population Growth Minister Gilles LePage was in Campbellton today to visit one of the province’s employment development offices.

Banff officials said in a statement that they are committed to recognizing the spiritual, cultural and historical importance of bison to Indigenous people.
How a small Edmundston-area band with an all-women leadership became one of the most prosperous First Nations in the New Brunswick.
Global Intelligence, a cyberforensics company, will expand its operations in Fredericton and create up to five new jobs with support from the provincial government.
Members of a family accused of letting 13 horses die while starving 15 others in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ont., have a history of fraud, theft and starving animals, a CBC Toronto investigation has found.
The number of federal government public servants fired for misconduct or incompetence has risen sharply in recent years, according to figures obtained by CBC News.
While Canadian bus companies have said they could fill some of the transportation gaps that will be left when Greyhound ends its service in Western Canada, it will not be enough to meet the needs of commuters who had relied on the national carrier.
A trade war might be bad for the economy, but not bad enough to stop short-term hikes in U.S. and Canadian borrowing costs.
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