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It is hard not to get hooked by Amazon's perfect execution, impeccable customer service and unbeatable prices. I admit, for a while I did.
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The discussions revolved around its dispute with Bombardier.
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But some customers may be getting spam.
"These are not global hubs that can handle dozens and dozens of aircraft on the ground at a single time."
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The government is raising some taxes and lowering others.
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Some key promises are still in the pipes.
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Doctor associations have provided an opening to those who believe a mistake was made at the dawn of Medicare.
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It's never a good time to increase taxes paid by corporations, even in the name of equity. Right now, it's just reckless.
They say inferior products, inaccessibility could encourage visits to local dealers instead.
A majority — 80 per cent — feel either positively or neutral about new pipelines.
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Inspired by Standing Rock, Secwepemc Nation is taking a stand.
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Many have been quick to trot out an old argument that rent control deters the building of new purpose-built rental. This argument doesn't hold water.
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Before pumping yourself up with courage and getting into the conversation, take these precautions.
The federal government plans to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by July 1, 2018.
If at all possible, give your notice in person first.
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Amazon is building a second HQ, and Toronto thinks it has a shot.
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Bound by mortgage payments, insurance premiums, and credit card debts, we drudge along carrying unfulfilling tasks through to their undue completion.
The way to get better deals is to stand together across borderlines and to refuse to be played off against one another.
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The PM said he is not "targeting small, middle-class businesses."
The teen told her parents she never wanted to travel without them again.
The ads spread polarizing views on race, immigration and gay rights.
Some Liberal MPs are concerned.
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Usful founder Kofi Geyke explains how his company creates products that aim to shift consumer consciousness to create change.
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35 per cent said they feel overwhelmed by their level of debt.
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The extra revenues collected from mainly higher-income individuals could be used to benefit the poor and those in the middle class.
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Items include jewelry, childhood clothing and even a piece of her wedding cake.
The project is part of a new $1.25-million innovation program from the McCain Foundation.
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The country's surprisingly strong economic growth is taking everyone by surprise.
"Our work continues at a record pace."
Finance minister says small business owners have an unfair advantage.
Looks like the slowdown is over already.