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Corporate Bonds: Not So Brave in the New World
European corporate bonds have benefited from speculation the European Central Bank may buy paper. Bloomberg News. By. Richard Barley.
Central banks in new push to boost growth  The Australian
China rate cut, ECB stimulus boosts global equities markets  The Age
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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 ...
Inflation takes surprise turn higher  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
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Royal Bank pulls out of the Caribbean, prepares for slower growth: analyst
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 to close wealth management in Caribbean  MetroNews Canada
RBC exits wealth management in the Caribbean to focus on growth regions  Lethbridge Herald
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Homes evacuated following sour gas well rupture in Airdrie
A Saturday evening sour gas well rupture in southwest Airdrie prompted officials to evacuate 13 homes in the community of Dry Creek Bay, and a noticeable odour has been detected in communities on the north edge of Calgary's city limits.
What's that smell? A sour gas well ruptured in Airdrie  Calgary Herald
Airdrie sour gas leak forces residents out of homes
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Bixi Montreal asks the city for nearly $3M/year to keep running
Bixi's board of directors is asking for $2.9 million from the City of Montreal for the next five years to keep the service running.
Bixi Montreal wants $2.9M per year to keep the bike-sharing service alive  Montreal Gazette
Bixi recommends return of bike-sharing service in 2015
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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
Yedlin: Tough week for TransCanada and its pipeline plans  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 restored to east end after natural gas leak forced shutoff
Gas leak leads to Scarborough power outage  Toronto 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
What to ask when getting travel insurance to avoid a million dollar baby
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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
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Lighter energy prices should brighten the holidays for consumers
Energy prices are lower - at the pump and for winter heating - which should help consumers have a cheerier holiday season. Plummeting gasoline prices have gotten the most attention, dropping about $1 a gallon from this year's peak in the Kansas City ...
Relief Predicted For Propane Users  Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre
Rural residents need not brace for a repeat of last winter, says regulator  580 CFRA Radio
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