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Canada’s big cities push political parties for policies on digital economy, privacy

The issues are likely to draw more attention from politicians than in the past. Read More source

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Federal government ran $14 billion deficit in 2018-19

Revenues in 2018-19 expanded by $21 billion – or 6.7 per cent – compared to the previous year, said the…

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GM workers strike in the U.S. — how will that impact Canada?

The previous strike by UAW members against GM in 2007 lasted only 17 hours and therefore did not have a…

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U.S. General Motors workers to strike, likely impact Canadian operations

A strike by 49,200 union workers would bring to a halt GM’s U.S. production, and would likely stop the company…

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Canada’s household-debt-to-income ratio down slightly in second quarter

Incomes are growing slightly faster than debt. Read More source

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How quickly should you pay off your student loans? Two money experts share their stories

Sometimes, longer is better. Read More source

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‘Limited’ data stalling Canadian policy-making on gig economy, documents show

“Something’s happening, we just don’t know how to measure it properly,” said one economist. Read More source

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Retail giant takes over former Sears in Canada’s largest mall, signals confidence in brick-and-mortar stores

A little over a year after retail giant Sears closed its doors for good in Canada, another major retailer is…

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The bank of mom and dad will lend — and even issue mortgages

So-called family home loans are relatively common in the U.S. Canada’s version of the arrangement is also becoming more popular,…

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By the numbers: How to reduce your debt when you can’t repay

There are three main options: here’s how they work. Read More source

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Canada sees jobs surge in August with 81K new positions

The gains were mostly in part-time jobs held by 15 to 24 year olds, while overall wage growth slowed. Read…

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Worsening of trade war would deliver a ‘complex shock’ to the economy: Bank of Canada

Economic growth has been accelerating, but uncertainty over trade is already taking a toll, Bank of Canada deputy governor Lawrence…

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Bank of Canada holds rates at 1.75% with no hint about future moves

Canada’s central bank said the economic damage from the U.S.-China trade war is worse than expected but did not mention…

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Foreign share of production in Alberta’s oilsands falls from 33% to 16%, analysis shows

When it comes to talking about how the northern Alberta oilsands have lost their lustre for foreign investors, Satoshi Abe…

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Chinese companies commit to Alberta oilsands despite setbacks

While some European and U.S. companies cut their exposure to the Canadian oilsands, China’s Big Three oil giants — CNOOC,…

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Air Canada files challenge with federal regulator over Onex deal to acquire WestJet

Air Canada is challenging WestJet Airlines Ltd.’s $3.5-billion acquisition by Onex Corp., arguing in a filing to the country’s transportation…

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Student discounts 2019: The ultimate guide to discounts across Canada

Save some money and cut expenditures by taking advantage of student discounts. Read More source

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United Airlines delays return of Boeing 737 MAX jets

United owns 14 Max jets, which have been grounded since March after the second of two accidents that together killed…

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