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Pricier bacon and smokes help push Canada's annual inflation to 2.4 % in October
OTTAWA - The climbing costs of bacon, smokes and natural gas helped propel the country's annual inflation rate to the unexpected mark of 2.4 per cent last month, its fastest clip since early 2012, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Inflation takes surprise turn higher  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ hits 3-week high on forecast-beating CPI data, higher oil  Reuters
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RBC employees 'in the dark' about wealth management shakeup
TORONTO - After RBC Wealth Management announced internally its plan to �realign certain businesses within its international operations,� a realignment that will affect its activities in the Caribbean, there were more questions than answers.
RBC to close wealth management in Caribbean  MetroNews Canada
Royal Bank exits Caribbean wealth management business
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Ontario, Quebec sign deals on electricity, climate change
The premiers of Ontario and Quebec signed a joint agreement to work together to share electricity and to advance their climate change agendas after a combined meeting of their cabinets today.
Premiers Wynne and Couillard set seven criteria for Energy East  The Globe and Mail
Gaz M�tro's Sophie Brochu takes on TransCanada pipeline plan  Montreal Gazette
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China Seen Reducing Rates Again After First Cut Since 2012
China is poised to deliver deeper interest rate cuts after yesterday's unexpected decision to reduce borrowing costs for the first time since 2012.
China Rate Cut to Hurt Bank Profit, ICBC's Jiang Says  Businessweek
China Rate Cut Surprises, Doesn't Overwhelm  Wall Street Journal
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Italy's Bonds Climb as Draghi Spurs Speculation of ECB Stimulus
Italy's government bonds advanced for a second week, pushing the 10-year yield down to a record, amid speculation the European Central Bank will broaden its asset purchases to buy sovereign debt.
It's time to press the quantitative easing button to save the euro  The Globe and Mail
Irish and European stocks rise after Draghi talks up inflation action  Irish Independent
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Burger King/Tim Hortons decision will come before Christmas
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Canada sees Burger King/Tim Hortons decision before Christmas  NEWS.GNOM.ES
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Power restored to east end after natural gas leak forced shutoff
Power was restored to nearly 4,500 customers in the city's east end late Friday after a natural gas leak forced evacuations and Toronto Hydro cut electricity in the area.
Kingston Road gas leak capped; power almost fully restored to 4500 customers  680 News
Power restored to most customers after gas leak in east-end Toronto  CTV News
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It's buyer beware with U.S. health care
Travellers watching the sad saga of Humboldt's "milliondollar baby" should recall the old Latin axiom, caveat emptor.
Avoid having your own 'Million Dollar Baby': What pregnant moms need ...  Financial Post (blog)
Support pours in for couple hit with $1M baby bill  CTV News
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City rejects Transport Cda's claim of 'threat to safety' at Fallowfield crossing
Earlier this month, a bus passed the proper stopping point, getting too close to the tracks at the Fallowfield crossing. @Boyler33/Twitter / Ottawa Citizen file.
No threat at Fallowfield crossing, City says  CTV News
City contradicts Transport Canada on bus stopping under rail crossing gate
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Single ladies drive Canada's condo market
The one-person household is the fastest-growing category in Canada's housing market as the population ages and more people opt to live alone.
CMHC: Mortgage shopping? What you need to know  Toronto Sun
The Demographic Destiny for Canada's High-Flying Housing Market  Investing Daily
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