January 19, 2017
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Stephen Poloz Says Four Words, And The Loonie Loses A Cent U.S.


American Airlines Invents An Even Lower Passenger Class

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Boomers Risking Their Retirement Supporting Adult Kids: TD Bank

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O'Leary Says All Those Things He Said On TV 'Don't Mean Anything'

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'Consequences' For Canada If Trump Goes Protectionist: BoC

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Ontario To Hike Nestle's Water Fees To .025 Cents Per Bottle

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Report Finds Hope For Greener, More Profitable Oilsands

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History Repeating Itself? Toronto's Long Record Of Housing Busts

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McDonald's Canada Menu Is No Longer Nut-Free


Canadian Companies Can't Keep Up On Sustainability

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Pint Or Punishment: This Law Can Fine Bars That Underpour

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Canada Moves Closer To Tax On Netflix

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Employment Conditions Dismal For Disabled Canadians: Poll

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Mortgage Insurance Is About To Get Costlier


Terrible Posture Habits That Ruin Your Body

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Entire Quebec Village On Sale For $3 Million, But There's A Catch

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Canadian Shopping Malls Are Beating The Pants Off U.S. Ones

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Ditch The Coffee And Energize Yourself With These Alternatives

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More Canadian Students Turning To 'Sugar Daddies' For Tuition

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Toronto Landlords Are Bailing Out, And Condo Rents Are Soaring

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Desk Decorations That'll Make You A Productive Superstar

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Canadian Home Prices Slow As Vancouver Sales Drop 40%

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‘Bizarre GOP Scheme' Could Do Serious Damage To Canada

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2 Richest Canadians Have As Much Money As Poorest 30%


Make Social Media Work For You

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Combat Stressful Work Days The Healthy Way

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Here's When It's Healthy To Gossip At The Office

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Walmart May Have Sold Food Contaminated By The Fort McMurray Fire



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Walmart Allegedly Sold Food Contaminated By The Fort McMurray Fire


Bizarre Glitches Have Some Convinced Russia Is Hacking U.S. Media


It's Totally OK To Say 'No' To Your Boss. Here's Why

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Canada's 1st Indigenous District Aims To Increase Biz, Reduce Racism

New Credit First Nation

Bankrupt Toronto Trump Tower On Sale For Less Than Its Mortgage


The Love Of Your Life (Nutella) Has Been Linked To Cancer

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Vancouver Is Now Scanning To Find Homes That Suck Energy

City of Vancouver

The 55-Plus Crowd Are Taking Canada's Jobs, But There Is A Reason

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How The Pros Deal With Cluttered Inboxes

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Prepare To Spend About $1,600 More This Year Just To Live

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U.S. Accuses Fiat Chrysler Of Emissions Cheating


All-Day Breakfast Coming To McDonald's In Canada

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Liberals Mull New Housing Benefit For Low-Income Renters

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Amazon Wants To Send Deliveries From Giant, Airborne Warehouses


B.C. Gives Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion The Go-Ahead


Amazon Canada Learns The Hard Way Not To Step On India's Flag


Toronto Luxury Home Sales Soar Almost 100% In A Year

Mark Blinch/Reuters

Bank Branches Are Disappearing Like Pay Phones (What's That?)

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