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Incredibly, there are still bargains to be had in some places.
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Economists fear Canada's debt loads could soon burn the economy.
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Among prime-age workers, the unemployment rate dipped to 5.8 per cent.
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Lower-paid, lower-skilled jobs are most at risk, but they're not the only ones.
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"An extremely strong employment report for Canada."
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Starting Aug. 1, water bottlers will pay $503.71 for every million litres of groundwater, compared to the previous fee of $3.71.
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Questionable sales tactics have been around for decades at Canada's banks, witnesses allege.
The Donald loves his waterfront estates, but he's not too concerned with rising sea levels.
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Opposition politicians say the Liberals are ignoring national security in pushing for Chinese investment.
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HBC is the oldest company in North America.
A strong economy can't explain the Toronto region's house price growth, the bank says.
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The Bank of Canada says Canadians' debt is getting riskier, but delinquencies are falling.
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Anyone who lives in the nearly 200 countries where Airbnb operates can list free space to those uprooted by war, persecution or natural disasters.
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The company has developed a reputation for sexism and cutthroat competition.
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Women occupy only 5 per cent of the seats on marijuana company boards.
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Toronto and Vancouver house prices pose a risk to the country, think tank argues.
They also guessed that the debt would take about two-and-a-half years to pay off.
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Fans of The Rebel say they plan to boycott the airline.
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The extinction of the traditional classroom and insects as food are part of Canada's future, a majority say.
Montreal home sales have jumped to their highest level since before the financial crisis.
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CMHC says 18 per cent of first-time buyers received a gift from a family member as part of their down payment.
“We can afford it if we choose to afford it," says the study's author.
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Sales fell 20.3 per cent last month, but prices are still higher than a year ago.
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Seventeen publicly traded junior energy companies have disappeared in the past 30 months.
iPhones and Macs see upgrades as well.
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"The digital divide is unacceptable."
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The study challenges the Fraser Institute's assertion that Canadians pay upwards of 40 per cent of their income in taxes.
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Quebec's lottery corporation rescinded the bet at the government's request.
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Both imports and exports hit record highs in April.
The children's yogawear brand has been losing money for years.
Ticket prices are always fluctuating.