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Will the Poloz cut again? Canada's big lenders weigh in
Emanuella Enenajor, Canada and US Economist, Bank of America Merrill Lynch joins BNN to discuss the U.S. economy and what to expect from... Bank of Canada Governor hints at next rate decision. Up Next. 4 : 09. Bank of Canada Governor hints at next ...
Canadian dollar gets bump from GDP data, ahead of central bank rate decision  Calgary Herald
Household saving rate nears five-year low as financial risks increase  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
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Canadians take on even more debt, says new report calling for vigilance
Undeterred by a weakening economy and warnings to curb their borrowing, Canadians pulled out their credit cards and piled on more debt at the end of last year.
Canadian consumer debt, including mortgages hits $1.53 trillion: Equifax  Calgary Herald
Equifax Canada Cautions Consumers on $1.5 Trillion Debt and Growing  CNNMoney
Canadian vehicle sales up 3.4% in February
Canadians defied the bitter weather, a lower dollar and the collapse in crude prices to turn up at the auto dealership this February.
Auto sales climbed 3.4 per cent in February despite cold weather: analysts  Lethbridge Herald
Canadian vehicle sales have best February since 2008  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
'Phenomenal' pricing environment as 115th Calgary Bull Sale opens
A sense of sunny optimism pervaded the Agriculture Building at Stampede Park on Tuesday, one day before the opening of the 115th annual Calgary Bull Sale.
Calgary Bull Sale hopes for record year amid low oil prices
Calgary Bull Sale is bullish  CTV News
Average price of a home in Metro Vancouver cracks seven figures
Strong demand in Metro Vancouver - Canada's hottest real estate region - has pushed typical detached home prices past the $1-million mark, with February sales well above average.
Real estate rush: Vancouver home sales, prices up  CTV News
Modest Vancouver home a seller's dream as bidding wars return  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Vancouver home affordability improves on wage gains, but prices continue to climb
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan HaywardVancouver home sales surge as buyers battle it out in Canada's most expensive housing market.
Intense buyer competition continued to pressure Ontario's housing ...
Sask. homes more affordable in Q4: RBC  Regina Leader-Post
Inaccurate tax advice from CRA 'unacceptable,' minister says
The minister in charge of the Canada Revenue Agency says it is �unacceptable� that one in four business owners who sought tax advice from the agency's call centres got incorrect information.
Taxman gives wrong answers on 1 in 4 business inquiries: survey
Honest Ed's development plan unveiled
More than 500 people packed a ballroom at the Hyatt Regency hotel on Avenue Rd. Tuesday night for the unveiling of development plansfor the Honest Ed's site at Bloor and Bathurst Sts.
Honest Ed's to become public market & rental housing  blogTO (blog)
Redevelopment of Honest Ed's in Toronto holds several surprises  The Globe and Mail
Chris Churchill: An icy response to frozen city pipes
Troy. Two Lansingburgh families have been living without running water for nine days - and counting. The reason? Frozen pipes under the street in front of their homes.
City providing water and showers  Timmins Press
City offers 'first responder' help for residents with frozen pipes  Hamilton Spectator
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends lower as major banks weigh
TORONTO, March 3 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index ended lower on Tuesday in a broad decline led by heavyweight banking stocks, as No.
Scotia appoints new chairman  Trinidad & Tobago Express
TSX slips as banks weigh; energy a lone bright spot  Reuters Canada