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Home-buying: A 'stretch' in Toronto, no holding back in Vancouver
Owning a home still appears be out of reach for many people in Toronto, but sky-high prices don't seem to be stopping buyers in Vancouver.
Booming home sales in Calgary not affecting affordability, RBC finds  Calgary Herald
Affordability not an obstacle for Ottawa house hunters: RBC  Ottawa Business Journal
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Canadian housing market overvalued by as much as 20 percent -IMF
OTTAWA Nov 26 (Reuters) - Canada's housing market is overvalued by as much as 20 percent but is likely to achieve a soft landing, the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday.
IMF says Egypt economy recovering, urges exchange rate flexibility  Ahram Online
Today on the Hill: The IMF pronounces on where Canada's economy is headed  Prince George Citizen
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Canada Stocks Drop With Oil as OPEC Nations Debate Cuts
Canadian stocks fell for the second time in three days, as raw-materials and energy producers slumped with crude near a four-year low amid conflicting signals from OPEC nations on output reductions.
Higher open in cards in Toronto  Baystreet.ca
CANADA STOCKS-Futures point to higher opening for TSX  Reuters
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Cowboy shortage and higher beef prices caused by Canada's oil boom
Canada's oil boom has helped push down gasoline prices, we all know that. What most people are unaware of is the cowboy shortage it has caused, which is partly why beef prices have risen across the country.
Canada's oil boom takes toll on cowboys, propels beef prices  Vancouver Sun
Oil boom leaves Canada short of cowboys  HeraldNet
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Alimentation Couche-Tard announces its results for its first quarter of fiscal year ...
For its second quarter of fiscal 2015 ended October 12, 2014 , Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. announces net earnings of $286.4 million , up 24.6% over the second quarter of fiscal year 2014 and representing $0.50 per share on a diluted basis.
Alimentation's (ANCUF) CEO Brian Hannasch on Q2 2015 Results - Earnings ...  Seeking Alpha
Alimentation Couche-Tard to test European private label coffee program in ...  680 News
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Reuters Poll: Expected timing for Bank of Canada rate hike pushed back
The Bank of Canada will likely defer an interest rate hike until late next year despite high household debt and above-target inflation, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday.
Danger of runaway inflation means rates could rise sooner: Don Pittis  CBC.ca
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TSX slips as energy shares drop ahead of OPEC meeting
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index declined on Wednesday as shares of energy producers dropped with oil prices ahead of an Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries meeting later this week.
Saudi, UAE signal no push for OPEC oil cut  Reuters
Oil could plummet below $70 if OPEC fails to cut production  The Globe and Mail
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Do GTA drivers enjoy their commute? The answer might surprise you
Canadians actually enjoy their commute and find it relaxing. That's the conclusion of a study released by Toronto ad agency Bensimon Byrne - a finding that runs contrary to the popular vision of commuters as harried and fed up, if not enraged.
Canadians 'relax and rest' during their commute says survey  Medicine Hat News
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Saskatoon public library to open Stonebridge branch
A new library branch is coming to one of Saskatoon's newest neighbourhoods. Saskatoon Public Library says a new, 5,000-square-foot branch will open in 2016 near Preston Avenue and Hunter Road in the Stonebridge neighbourhood.
New library branch for Saskatoon  CBC.ca
Saskatoon's Stonebridge to get new library in 2016  News Talk 650 CKOM
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Terence Corcoran: Ontario bans e-smoking by honeybees
ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty ImagesTerence Corcoran: There's no doubt that the pesticide can kill bees, but there's also no evidence that it really has been a serious killer of bees or that the pesticide cannot be managed to prevent bee deaths.
Ontario plans to cut pesticide use to try to save bees  CANOE
Beekeepers support Ontario's commitment to reduce neonicotinoid ...  Manitoulin Expositor
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