October 28, 2016
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Getting Hitched? You May Want To Consider A Pre-Nup

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Trump University Staff Included Drug Trafficker, Child Molester


F-Word, Dildos Sometimes OK For Daytime TV: Regulator

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Ottawa Ran Bigger Deficit In August Compared To Last Year

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Amazon Sued Over Hoverboard That Burned Family's $1M House


Finance Minister Defends Controversial Fundraising Practices

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New Mortgage Rules Could 'Exacerbate' A Housing Slowdown: Report

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Open Letter Calls On Nordstrom To Drop Ivanka Trump's Products


Legal Weed Would Be Worth Up To $22.6 Billion To Canada's Economy

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Toronto's Trump Tower Is On The Verge Of Being Sold: Report

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Virtually No Job Growth For Canadians Of Prime Working Age

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Samsung Profit Falls Sharply In Wake Of Note 7 Recall

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Mass Layoffs At Twitter

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British Economy Doing Just Fine After Brexit Vote

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Freeland Still Cautious About CETA After Apparent Breakthrough

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Trudeau's Delegation Cancels Europe Trip As CETA Stays In Limbo

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You Can Buy Tim Horton's Place For $699,900


Liberals May Set Diversity Targets If Proposed Bill Doesn't Work


Vancouver's Unoccupied Homes Nearly Doubled In A Decade

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Canadians' Internet Usage Soared 40% In A Year. Here's Why.

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TPP Is Probably Toast, Mulroney Says

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Get Used To Living In Smaller Homes, Canadians

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Millennials' Idea Of Job Loyalty Is Very Different From Boomers

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'No Plans' To Ditch Nickel, But Memo On Its Future Blacked Out

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Women Won't Earn As Much As Men For 170 Years: Report

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Cord-Cutting Is Denting, Not Killing, Canadian Cable Profits

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Canadian Malls Need More Than Clothing Stores To Survive: Experts

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Canadian Grocery Prices Drop For The 1st Time In 8 Years

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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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Shoppers Drug Mart Applies To Distribute Medical Marijuana


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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