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Why The Canadian Dollar Could Be Moving Higher (FXC)
Strong inflation growth led speculators to bet the Bank Of Canada would increase rates sooner than expected. With economic growth still gradually recovering, however, many question whether a rate rise would be beneficial to the overall economy.
Pricier bacon and smokes help push Canada's annual inflation to 2.4 % in ...  Canada.com
Inflation takes surprise turn higher  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
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Royal Bank leads Canadian banks in hedging bets on the Caribbean
TORONTO - The latest decision by Royal Bank to exit its international business in the Caribbean is another sign that Canadian banks are cutting their losses in the region and cleaning house, an analyst said Friday after RBC confirmed its making changes at ...
RBC employees 'in the dark' about wealth management shakeup  Financial Post
RBC shutting down Caribbean wealth management arm  CNS Business
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Quebec-Ontario alliance trumps Stephen Harper snub: Cohn
Behold the bonhomie and amity between two premiers and their cabinets in Toronto this week: Seven months after Quebec's spring election, the spectre of separatism has transmogrified into full-fledged federalism.
Ontario, Quebec sign deals on electricity, climate change  CBC.ca
Yedlin: Tough week for TransCanada and its pipeline plans  Calgary Herald
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China rate cut knocks legs from under yuan rally, more volatility seen
An employee counts Yuan banknotes at a branch of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China in Huaibei, Anhui August 3, 2010. Credit: Reuters/Stringer.
China rate cut puts pressure on lenders  Financial Times
In Change of Strategy, China Cuts Interest Rate  New York Times
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How do you Uber? A firsthand look at the ride-share service
Officer Sgt. Aaron Ortiz searches Uber driver Fabian Duranona's car after he was pulled over for a traffic violation on Saturday.
Big, bad tech: how America's digital capitalists are taking us all for a ...  The Guardian
What's all the fuss about Uber?  Winnipeg Sun
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Avoid having your own 'Million Dollar Baby': What pregnant moms need to know ...
Jennifer Huculak-Kimmel/HandoutReece Kimmel was born prematurely while her parents were in Hawaii. Now Blue Cross is refusing to pay the $950,000 bill incurred.
It's buyer beware with U.S. health care  Regina Leader-Post
Support pours in for couple hit with $1M baby bill  CTV News
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Immigration driving up demand for apartments, condos
Watch above: National housing day has prompted like-minded groups to offer information about the impact of immigration in Saskatoon.
CMHC: Mortgage shopping? What you need to know  Toronto Sun
Calgary homeownership rate highest in Canada  Calgary Herald
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Gas back on following leak that led to east end evacuation
The gas is back on for all but three customers affected by a gas leak on Friday afternoon that prompted the evacuation of an east-end neighbourhood and a major power outage in the area.
Power being restored to east end after natural gas leak forced shutoff  CBC.ca
East-end gas leak, now capped, forces evacuations  Toronto Star
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Rochester Field for western LRT?
Rochester Field for western LRT? Gary Boyd poses for a photo on Fraser Street in Ottawa Friday Nov 21, 2014. Boyd is delighted with the NCC's decision to reject the city's proposal to extend LRT across federal land near his home on Fraser Ave.
Westboro community group seeks to protect Byron Linear Park  Ottawa Citizen
Mayor 'disappointed' by 'secret' NCC meeting on west LRT burial  CBC.ca
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Toyota fined after worker's arm fractured
WOODSTOCK, Ont. - Toyota Canada has been fined $65,000 after a worker was caught in a moving production line and fractured an arm in multiple places.
Toyota plant (file photo)  Woodstock Sentinel Review
Badly broken arm costs Toyota Woodstock $65000  OurWindsor.ca
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