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TASI 6,874.47 +42.17 (0.62%)
MERVAL 18,603.68 +64.54 (0.35%)
IPC 48,487.30 -101.75 (-0.21%)
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Currencies

CAD/USD 0.7498 -0.0002 (-0.03%)
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Ottawa sports bars owners and managers said they may have to hike up the price of beer and food to cover the cost of Rogers and Bell's new monthly fee to broadcast live sporting events.
The provincial government is increasing the PST to six per cent and removing exemptions on items like children's clothing and restaurant meals to help try to address a dark financial picture in Saskatchewan.
Canada Savings Bonds have fallen out of favour with investors as rates have fallen. (shutterstock). By Alex Boutilier Ottawa Bureau Reporter Jackie Hong Staff Reporter.
Starting today, Canadians will be paying more for alcohol and tobacco. As part of the 2017 federal budget, taxes are being increased on both products -- two per cent on alcohol, and the excise duty rate on cigarettes goes up to $21.56 per carton from ...
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundland and Labrador's finance minister says the federal budget's job training and Employment Insurance measures will offer much needed help.

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Bank of Canada daily digest

Money markets Change
Overnight rate 0.500% +0.0026
Corporate paper, 1 month 0.810% 0.00
Treasury bill, 1 month 0.450% +0.0200
Inflation
Total consumer price index 2.10% +0.600
Interest rates
10 year bond 2.24% -0.0200
Prime business rate 2.70% 0.00
Conventional mortgage, 5 yrs 4.64% 0.00