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Get ready, here come higher prices for clothes
Nothing raises the ire of Canadians quite like the lower prices American shoppers enjoy on the same products south of the border. From cars and coffee makers to shirts and shoes, Canadians have long complained they're getting gouged.
Canada Inflation slowed more than forecast to 2 per cent on gas  Canada News
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ softens as inflation cools to target level  Reuters
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The close: TSX ends higher, posts biggest weekly gain in 3 years
Canada's main stock index rose for a fourth straight session and posted its biggest weekly gain in three years on Friday, powered by a rally in energy stocks as the price of oil extended its rebound from multi-year lows.
Share This Article  Reuters Canada
TSX Has Best Week in 3 Years As Oil Prices Show Signs Of Life  Huffington Post Canada
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House prices inch up, oil slides more & BlackBerry's throwback: BUSINESS ...
There were more signs this week of high prices prices in Canadian housing, and that has some experts worried. The Canadian Real Estate Association put out numbers this week showing the average Canadian home is now worth more than $413,000.
Property sales unchanged in Canada in November and prices steady  Property Wire
Regina home prices to decline in 2015  Regina Leader-Post
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OMERS to sell Canadian portion of health-care IT firm Logibec to US firm
TORONTO - Canadian healthcare IT firm Logibec Inc. will be sold to San Francisco-based private equity firm GI Partners under an agreement announced Friday.
OMERS sells Logibec to GI Partners  Market Business News
Harris Williams & Co. Advises Logibec Inc. on its Pending Sale to GI ...  MarketWatch
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BC letting grocery stores stock wine on the shelves
New tweaks to B.C.'s liquor laws mean some grocery stores will soon be able to stock wine on the shelves alongside food. Starting April 1, stores can sell wine without using the previously approved store-within-a-store model as long as the wines are 100 per ...
B.C. wines coming to Langley grocery store aisles  Langley AdvanceNews
Wine-only licences in grocery stores opposed by private liquor store association  Straight.com
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Fitch upgrades Egypt credit rating to B, cites subsidy cuts
Fitch Ratings upgraded Egypt's credit rating one step to "B" from "B-" citing structural reforms the government has undertaken including reducing fuel subsidies.
Rating agency downgrades Ontario's debt, upgrades overall outlook  The Globe and Mail
Fitch Takes Rating Actions on Private-Sector Venezuelan Banks  Reuters
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Alberta climate-change framework hits another delay (with video)
EDMONTON - The release of a long-delayed update on Alberta's climate-change framework has been postponed again, this time until the new year, but Premier Jim Prentice says the province is working hard on a long-term strategy rather than a short-term fix.
Braid: Prentice's oil scare smells of familiar hot air  Calgary Herald
Calgary cancer centre could be delayed because of low oil prices  Market Business News
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Siksika teen's death under RCMP investigation
RCMP are investigating the death of a 16-year-old boy on the Siksika First Nation east of Calgary. Police were called to a home Thursday night about a fight in progress.
Warrant issued for Siksika man charged in 2007 death of infant daughter  Calgary Herald
RCMP investigating death in Gleichen  Medicine Hat News
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Scrooge steals local Springbank residents parcel out of post box
Kim Elders - who lives in the Calling Horse Estates in Springbank - said she was upset when she went to her Canada Post super mailbox on Dec. 11 and found it had been ripped open by thieves and all the mail and parcels stolen.
Elves at Post Office working overtime as post bags swell to 7.5m items per day  Irish Examiner
Post office is not for profits  Toronto Star
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Canadian Stocks Cap Best Week Since 2009 on Energy Rally
Canadian stocks rose for a fourth day, capping their best week in five years, as energy producers led gains in a rally ignited by the Federal Reserve's pledge to be patient on boosting borrowing costs.
Canadian stocks cap best week since 2011 as energy shares rally  bnn.ca
CANADA STOCKS-TSX set to open higher as inflation eases  Reuters
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