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"Does anyone know I own a house in Charlottesville?"
Measures to promote supply are needed, but the resulting new-build supply won't be cheap.
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The fast food chain is celebrating their 50th anniversary in Canada.
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The site helped organize last weekend's violent rally in Charlottesville.
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"The land is the source of life, spirituality, teaching and everything in between."
Joe worked for 40 years and took care of himself and his family. He did nothing wrong and lived within his means.
Coming off a prolonged slump in the economy and housing market, thanks to low oil and gas prices, Alberta seems poised for recovery.
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The Daily Stormer had posted a denigrating article about Heather Heyer, killed in the violence in Charlottesville.
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She says Canada will come to the table with "goodwill."
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But many workers can expect to take a pay cut.
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Why not make the job search less of a drag by gamifying it?
Individually, each of these barriers may not account for much when compared with the size of Canada's economy. However, the sum of these barriers is huge.
It is important to ensure you are doing everything in your power to protect your organization from the potential damage.
What's bad for the U.S.'s tech sector could be good for Canada's.