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Video: Is the Canadian dollar becoming a safe haven currency?
BNN previews the Bank of Canada's rate decision and finds out if the Canadian dollar is becoming a global safe haven for central banks with Camilla Sutton, chief currency strategist, Scotia Capital.
Great Canadian Dollar suing ex-franchisee
A national discount retailer is suing a former Eastern Passage franchisee for alleged breach of contract for opening a similar dollar store nearby this spring.
Conquering Canada, one dollar at a time
How did a Canadian chain conquer the market when so many others are floundering? By sticking to the basics, differentiating itself from other dollar retailers and aggressively expanding its retail footprint even while competition moves in from the south.
For the First Time, Canadians Now Richer Than Americans
And not just by a little. Currently, the average Canadian household is more than $40,000 richer than the average American household.
The Average Canadian is Now Richer than the Average American  TIME
Hardheaded socialism makes Canada richer than US  iPolitics.ca (subscription)
Do these photos prove Canada's new plastic money can't handle the heat?
Confronted with photos of melted $100 bills, the Bank of Canada staunchly defended its new series of plastic currency as “the most durable bank notes ever issued” in the country.
Canadians Get Heat on Bills Said to Melt  Wall Street Journal
2012 Lucky Loonie: Royal Canadian Mint Honours Olympic Athletes With New Coin
The Royal Canadian Mint unveiled the 2012 lucky loonie coin in Calgary, Alta., Thursday, July 19, 2012. The coin will serve as a good luck charm for Canadian athletes competing at the upcoming 2012 Olympic Games in London. (THE CANADIAN ...
Bank of Canada interest rate statement: July 17, 2012
Canadian exports are projected to remain below their pre-recession peak until the beginning of 2014, reflecting the dynamics of foreign demand and ongoing competitiveness challenges, including the persistent strength of the Canadian dollar. The Bank ...
what the economists say  National Post
Back-to-school shopping kicks off early in Canada
Sam Hodgson/BloombergDaniel Baer, Canadian retail industry leader at Ernst & Young, said back-to-school sales started at the beginning of July in the United States, sparking an early start to the season in Canada as well.
Back-to-school spending comes early  Toronto Sun
Super rich hiding up to $32-trillion in offshore tax havens: study
Rich individuals and their families have as much as $32-trillion (U.S.) of hidden financial assets in offshore tax havens, representing up to $280-billion in lost income tax revenues, according to research published on Sunday.
New dispute-settlement rules give banks power of choice
New rules that would allow Canada's banks to pick their own external ombudsmen in disputes with customers are drawing sharp criticism.