October 25, 2016
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The Canadian Dollar Could See Big Gains If Hillary Wins

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Canada Is The Top Country To Visit In 2017: Lonely Planet

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Payday Lending Doubles In Canada As Debt Loads Soar

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‘Employment Catastrophe' 4 Years Away As Driverless Truck Launched


Trudeau Speaks To EU Parliament President In Bid To Save CETA

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Lululemon's New Leggings Will Cost You A Whopping $298


99 Protesters Held By RCMP After Pipeline Protest On Parliament Hill


Trudeau Jeered, Booed At Youth Forum

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5 Reasons Belgium's Walloons Blocked Free Trade With Canada

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BMO Assesses Impact Of U.S.'s 'Rocky Horror Election Show'

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RBC Says Millennials Are Doing Great. It Missed A Few Things.

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Bickering Oil-Producing Countries Drag Down The Loonie's Value

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Trump Hotels To Get A New Brand As Bookings Plunge

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CETA Challenged By Lawyer Who Thwarted Harper's Top Court Pick

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1,000 Hires Heading Back To Alberta Oilpatch

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BoC Chief: Don't Sweat Deficits, Canada Can Handle It

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Moody's Says Canadian Housing OK As It's Sued Over U.S. Bubble


Canada Should Have 100 Million People By 2100, Liberal Advisors Say

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Walmart-Visa Dispute Ramps Up With Manitoba In Crossfire


There's Still Hope For Canada-EU Trade Deal: Freeland


Monday Deadline Set For Massive Trade Deal With EU

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'Truckload' Of Protesters Take Over Nalcor Energy Site In N.L.

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Minister Says Canadians Should Get Used To Short-Term Employment

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Canada Hopes To Salvage Free Trade Deal With EU


Price Pullback 'Imminent' On Toronto And Vancouver Homes: Bank

Ben Nelms / Reuters

Liberals Would Consider Giving Money To Newspaper Industry: Minister


Economic Experts Call On Canada To Boost Incomes By $15,000

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Ontario To Ban 'Scalper Bots' After 2/3 Of Hip Fans Denied Tickets

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Tesla Bans Drivers From Ride-Sharing Their Cars

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Loonie Dives As Canada-EU Trade Talks Break Down

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Jared Fogle's Child Porn Accuser Drops Lawsuit

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Trade Minister Walks Out Of CETA Talks

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Canadians Becoming Less Reliant On Banks: Poll


Lululemon Says It May Leave Canada Over Foreign Worker Rules

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Bombardier Cuts 7,500 Jobs


Energy East 'Will Happen.' It's Just Taking Forever: Irving Oil Chair


CRA Recovers $240M From Real Estate Crackdown In B.C. And Ontario

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Postmedia Slashing Pay By 20 Per Cent As Losses Nearly Double

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'Trump TV' Test-Launched As The Donald's Campaign Implodes

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Overseas Tourists Have Flooded Canada Like No Year On Record

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Canada Gets A New Streaming Service For Horror Fans

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You're Paying More Than Ever To Go To The Movies, Data Shows

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Liberals Urged To Hike Immigration By 50 Per Cent

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Foreign Buyers Flock To T.O. And Montreal, But Not All Are Rich

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Major Layoffs At Enbridge

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Wealthy Canadians Among Those Most Opposed To $15 Minimum Wage

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