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Canadians overwhelmingly choose to buy things the old-school way.
"Toronto and any city that is remotely within commuting distance are overheating, and perhaps dangerously so."
It's becoming clearer that what we are putting into the environment is returning to haunt us, resulting in unnecessary loss of lives, malnourishment, disease and starvation. Another key lesson is, the developed nations are not shielded from climate change, nor do they have the capacity to deal with a devastation of such cataclysmic proportion as the recent severe weather event in Colorado.
OTTAWA - America going over the fiscal cliff in January will likely be more of a bumpy toboggan slide for Canadians.The prospects that U.S. lawmakers won't be able to find the goodwill to arrive at a...
TORONTO - National resale housing activity continued to rise in December, up 1.8 per cent compared with November, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Monday. CREA says the December figures repre...
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TORONTO - The Canadian dollar continued to lose ground Tuesday as worsening economic prospects and worries about a Greek government default sent traders to the perceived safe haven of U.S. Treasury bo...
MONTREAL - Consumers bought garden equipment, building materials and sporting goods due to better weather in May, sending up retail sales modestly for the month and leading some economists to predict that growth will revive in the months ahead.Statistics Canada said Friday that sales edged up 0.1 per cent in May to $37.5 billion with declines at car dealers and food and beverage stores.