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The president has hinted at a new Canada-U.S. deal.
The former PM took part in a panel discussion in Washington.
"It's an internal matter."
Jim Carr says the opposition is just trying to score points.
'As we move forward we will have more information on timing.'
"This is not the first room like this that I've sat in."
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The hurrier I go, the behinder I get.
The agency has upped its expectations for the Great White North.
The country's surprisingly strong economic growth is taking everyone by surprise.
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Finance minister says small business owners have an unfair advantage.
As Canada churns out more professionals than ever, some are carving their own path.
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Our current government has been staking much on an "innovation economy." So how do we get there?
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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.
A coherent response to the climate crisis requires far-reaching steps to reduce climate pollution, move to a low-carbon economy and save nature at the same time.
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July was the eighth straight month of job growth.
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These days, even the fractured family dynamics of "Full House" feel dated.
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"There appears to be no holding back the Canadian economy, at least for now."
Canada's expected to grow 2.5% this year, up from a 1.9% forecast in April.
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Income sprinkling allows business owners to spread money among family members.
Are more increases in the offing? What does it all mean? How will it affect you?
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Only two per cent of Vancouverites find housing affordable.
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"The rest of the world has been impressed with how Justin Trudeau has managed Trump."
There will be no showdown over booze taxes, after all.
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We simply can't afford that so many women in Germany leave the work force once they have children, not returning at all or more importantly not to their full potential. This is not just an issue regarding female rights or female empowerment. It's an economical need.
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Allowing universities to set their own rates will also send information into the marketplace. Prices are a source of information. They give a sense of the value and the reputation of specific products or services. They also provide information on the value of the brand. With such a system, universities in Quebec would do an even better job at creating an environment worth the investment in time and money.
Economists fear Canada's debt loads could soon burn the economy.
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The 2017 G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany will focus on addressing global inequality and achieving inclusive growth. At the same time, we also have to take part in addressing the forgotten issue of empowering the marginalised part of society, namely women with disabilities.
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Thanks to the unprecedented pace of change in the market, we are now at a moment where anything is possible. To seize this opportunity, it's important to recognize that the power base is shifting. The new technology buyers of today have extremely high expectations, and increasingly, only want to do business with companies that mirror their own diversity.
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The experts promised us a “barnburner” of a first quarter for Canada’s economy, and the economy delivered. Canada’s GDP grew at a 3.7-per-cent pace in the first three months of 2017, more than triplin...
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After the financial crisis, I asked one of our executives how Canada had managed to sidestep the deep pain felt in the U.S. "I'm not sure we did," he pushed back. "Maybe it just hasn't happened yet." Fast forward to 2017 and here we are, fretting over housing bubbles and record-high debt levels.
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What will your child be when they grow up? Maybe a quantum automotive programmer, or a multi-phasic data sculptor. OK, we made those jobs up. But consider this: just ten years ago, 'social media manager' or 'mobile app developer' would have seemed like imaginary job titles to most.
New Brunswick, ranked in 2014 by the Conference Board of Canada as one of the worst provincial (GDP) performing economies in the world, can not seem to shake off decade-after-decade of economic mismanagement.