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Where to travel with the falling Canadian dollar
CBC News looked at the Canadian dollar's performance compared to 20 other major currencies and found just three countries where the Canadian dollar should go further today than it did before the Bank of Canada stepped in at the beginning of the year.
'Beleaguered' Canadian dollar seen skidding further, possibly to as ...  The Globe and Mail
Sinking Canadian dollar could be a laughing matter  Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin
Low Canadian dollar lures U.S. visitors to Vancouver's Pride Week 'bonanza'
There's a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. It's brimming with the so-called “pink dollars” of international LGBT tourists, who are taking advantage of the weak loonie and boosting the local economy sky-high during Vancouver Pride Week, according ...
A low Canadian dollar means extra tourism for Caribbean Carnival this weekend
The Canadian dollar may be sinking in value but, as Toronto prepares for this weekend's Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival, the local tourism industry is expected to cash in.
Video: A weak Canadian dollar is luring more LGBT money out of US pockets
Low Canadian dollar lures U.S. visitors to Vancouver... James Steck the chief organizer of Pride Week for Celebrities Nightclub outside the club, Vancouver.
Canadian dollar drops ahead of TSX opening
TORONTO - The futures market suggested U.S. stock markets were set to open lower after the U.S. Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged at a record low.
Bad things come in threes: The outlook for jobs, pay and the Canadian dollar
The latest Conference Board of Canada report is a study of trouble on three key fronts: Jobs, pay and the loonie. Unemployment is forecast to inch up, and growth in disposable income to slow.
Buying U.S. stocks with a weak Canadian dollar
Q: I wonder what you think of buying U.S. stocks? “Top Picks” usually names several stocks traded on the NYSE or NASDAQ as good investment buys.
Canadian dollar dictates gas prices
Our gas prices continue to rise despite the fact the world price of crude oil has hit a six-year low. I did some research and this is what I found.
Low Canadian dollar to blame for high gas prices, analysts say
Amid a world awash in crude oil, many Canadian drivers are wondering why the cost of a litre of gas at the pumps is so high.
Resource sector drags TSX down; Canadian dollar drops
TORONTO - The Toronto Stock Exchange headed lower in early trading due to weakness in the resource sector. The S&P/TSX composite index fell 11.87 points to 14,289.93.
TSX higher in early trading, Canadian dollar down  CTV News
Canadian dollar up more than a quarter cent  Hamilton Spectator