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Smart Set in St. Catharines
The Garden City is losing its Smart Set store on 4th Ave, with the announcement that clothier Reitmans Canada Ltd is closing the national chain.
Reitmans to shut down failing Smart Set banner  Toronto Star
Smart Set stores set to vanish as part of Reitmans restructuring  CBC.ca
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Modi to Abe Favor Oil Bears as Price Plunge Aids Asian Economies
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has oil to thank for helping an economic revival in India. Whether his luck holds depends on a meeting in Vienna tomorrow.
Lower oil prices bring uncertainty to producers  Vancouver Sun
Oil down 2 pct as pre-OPEC talks don't lead to output cut  Reuters
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Canada Stocks Rise as Gold Miners Lead Materials Higher
Canadian stocks rose, rebounding from the biggest drop in three weeks, as materials producers rallied after gold and silver miners surged.
Canadian dollars (loonies) are pictured in Vancouver, Sept. 22, 2011. THE ...  Castanet.net
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rises as gold miners jump, US data supports  Reuters Africa
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XL Foods recall lawsuit reaches tentative deal for refunding beef customers
Lawyers have brokered a tentative deal to settle part of a class-action lawsuit filed over an E. coli outbreak that prompted the largest beef recall in Canadian history.
Canada's oil boom takes toll on cowboys, propels beef prices  Vancouver Sun
Canadians most confident in safety of their food, study says  Calgary Herald
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OECD sees Bank of Canada rate hikes starting in May
OTTAWA Nov 25 (Reuters) - The OECD projected on Tuesday a rate hike by the Bank of Canada in May 2015, months earlier than most market economists expect.
OECD Sees Better Canadian Growth Soon  Wall Street Journal (blog)
What Are The Odds Of Deflation In 2015?  Seeking Alpha
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Growing Fuel Volumes, Margins Keep Couche-Tard in the Black
LAVAL, Quebec -- With U.S. fuel margins continuing to run well over 20 cents per gallon and gasoline volumes on the rise, retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard, dba Circle K Convenience Stores, reported this week net earnings of $286.4 million for the second ...
Alimentation Couche-Tard Q2 profit surges 25 per cent to US$286.4 million  Castanet.net
Couche-Tard reports 25% surge in Q2 profit; shares gain  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
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Quebec fashion retailer Simons has ambitious designs on the rest of Canada
When La Maison Simons, the venerable Quebec-based department-store chain, opened its outpost in West Edmonton Mall two years ago, it was the company's first store outside its home province.
Quebec's Simons has big plans to win stylish shoppers across Canada  Globalnews.ca
Quebec-based Simons to open five stores in Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga ...  Financial Post
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Retailers in BC get a slight boost in September
Sales in the province grew $27 million to $5.6 billion in the month, according to Statistics Canada data released November 25. Across the country, sales grew 0.8% to $42.8 billion, which Nathan Janzen, economist with RBC Economics, said beat analysts' ...
Retail Sales Rise 0.8% In September  NorthumberlandView.ca
Manitoba sees highest bump in retail sales in September  Winnipeg Free Press
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Canada may skirt housing dip (if we're lucky): Soci�t� G�n�rale
Given everything playing out across global economies, Canada may skirt a contraction in its �highly leveraged� housing market, a major European bank says.
Reuters poll: Canada house price rises, new construction to slow  Reuters Canada
Canadian home prices skyrocket past US levels  Construction Dive
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New narrow car lanes 'all about safety'
Mayor-elect John Tory speaks to reporters at Toronto City Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014. (DON PEAT/Toronto Sun). Article. Change text size for the story; Print this story.
Do narrow lanes improve traffic flow?  CBC.ca
Lane narrowing plan looks to ease congestion, enhance safety, says John Tory  Newstalk 1010
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