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69.9�: Some grim views of Canada's economy and its loonie
As a group, economists aren't all that upbeat on the outlook for Canada's economy and its loonie. Then there are those who are downright gloomy.
'Iconic' woman who will be featured on Canadian bill unveiled today
Central bank, feds to announce first Canadian woman on front of banknote ...  
Canadian home prices expected to increase by two per cent in 2017 as demand ...
TORONTO and KELOWNA, BC and LAVAL, QC, Dec. 8, 2016 /CNW/ - High demand and low supply continued to characterize Vancouver's and Toronto's housing markets throughout 2016 as competition from buyers for limited inventory of single-family homes ...
GTA real estate forecast sees prices rise in 2017  Toronto Star
GTA housing market expected to roar ahead in 2017  The Globe and Mail
Lululemon Athletica profits shoot up 28% for the quarter, company raises ...
TORONTO - Lululemon Athletica Inc. quelled industry skeptics with a 28 per cent jump in third quarter profit Wednesday as the sportswear retailer raised its outlook for the year.
Lululemon beats profit estimate despite changing fashions  The Globe and Mail
Lululemon quarterly sales top expectations, shares jump  Reuters Canada
urban business leaders push Ottawa to improve airport policies
MONTREAL - A coalition of business leaders in Canada's largest cities is putting pressure on Ottawa to reduce security screening times and cut travelling costs to bolster a prime engine of the country's economy.
Investigators to look at electrical system in Oakland fire  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Clark says Notley's trip to BC to promote pipeline took courage  CTV News
Vancouver eyes property tax hike to fight overdose crisis
Vancouver city council is considering charging homeowners an extra 0.5 per cent in property tax to pay for more resources to combat the fentanyl overdose crisis.
Property-tax increase proposed to fight Vancouver drug crisis  The Globe and Mail
Property taxes could go up due to fentanyl crisis  CTV News
Hydro One to reconnect 1400 customers cut off for nonpayment
Reconnection fees, which can reach up to $300 and are a barrier to many customers, are being waived. The 1,400 customers affected will have power by Christmas.
CUPE sues Wynne, cabinet ministers over Hydro One sale  The Globe and Mail
Wynne sued over Hydro One sale  Toronto Sun
Search-plane decision ends 12-year procurement odyssey
More than a dozen years after they were first ordered, the program to buy new military, fixed-wing, search-and-rescue planes has cleared its last hurdle, with European defence giant Airbus expected to come out the winner.
Sajjan to announce Airbus C-295 aircraft as winner of fixed wing search and ...  Ottawa Citizen
Airbus set to win Canadian deal for search-and-rescue aircraft: source  The Globe and Mail
Patrick Brown's road map to profit from road tolls: Cohn
By playing politics with tolls, the PC leader is showing infidelity to his own ideology, and disloyalty to John Tory. By throwing roadblocks in front of Mayor John Tory's request for road tolls, Ontario's PC leader is finally showing his colours ...
Ontario commuters, the road tolls for thee  The Sudbury Star
Infrastructure – how do we pay for it?  Oshawa Express
BC community groups wait months to hear news of gaming grants
Twenty community groups in British Columbia have been waiting since at least May to hear from the provincial government to find out if they will receive grants.
Auditor calls for better management of gaming grants program  KelownaNow
Gaming grant oversight needs overhaul, A-G finds  Victoria News
Bovine TB quarantine expands to 50 ranches in Alberta, Saskatchewan
The number of ranches under quarantine has risen to 50 from 40 after an outbreak of bovine tuberculosis in Alberta and Saskatchewan, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says.
More cattle quarantined, but officials 'optimistic' worst of bovine ...  Calgary Herald
Western Canadian cattle continue to be quarantined, but officials say worst ...  Toronto Star