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Pricier bacon and smokes help push Canada's annual inflation to 2.4 % in October
OTTAWA - The climbing costs of bacon, smokes and natural gas helped propel the country's annual inflation rate to the unexpected mark of 2.4 per cent last month, its fastest clip since early 2012, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Inflation takes surprise turn higher  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Loonie closes with a half-cent gain amid surprise rise in inflation  The Globe and Mail
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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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Central Banks in New Push to Prime Pump
Two major central banks moved Friday to pump up flagging global growth, sending stock markets soaring but raising new questions about the limitations of a seven-year effort to use monetary policy to address economic problems.
In Change of Strategy, China Cuts Interest Rate  New York Times
China's rate-cut likely to hurt banks, curb new loans to small borrowers  Reuters
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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
Single ladies drive Canada's condo market  bnn.ca
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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.
Crews cap gas leak but thousands remain without power in east end  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
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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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Pension proposal brings end to standoff
A fix to problems surrounding the deficit-laden Regina Civic Pension Plan might be at hand after a 14-hour negotiation session on Thursday.
City and employees reach pension plan deal  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
City of Regina, unions reach tentative deal on pension dispute  CBC.ca
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Toyota plant (file photo)
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada was fined $65,000 Friday after pleading guilty to violating the Occupational Health and Safety Act in relation to an injured worker who was caught in a moving production line and suffered severe arm fractures.
Badly broken arm costs Toyota Woodstock $65000  OurWindsor.ca
Toyota Canada fined $65000 after Woodstock worker's arm fractured  Globalnews.ca
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