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Even with fixed mortgage rates lower than variable ones, locking isn’t a slam dunk

Staying put may pay off for some variable-rate mortgage holders. Read More source

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Police warning of new slate of phone scams

Unauthorized porting is similar to another scam the Ontario Provincial Police warned consumers about this week: SIM swapping. Read More…

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Canadian home sales up almost 13% year-over-year in October: CREA

On a month-over-month basis, sales held steady in October compared to September after a seven-month streak of increases. Read More…

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More Canadians renting for a decade or more before buying first home: CMHC survey

Thirty-one per cent of new buyers said they rented for a decade or more before purchasing a house. That’s up…

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Aurora Cannabis halts construction of 2 facilities in southern Alberta, Denmark to conserve cash

Aurora Cannabis is halting construction of two production facilities in Medicine Hat, Alta. and in Denmark to save over $190…

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Dow Jones, TSX hit record high in light of troubling U.S.-China trade reports

Reports surfaced Wednesday of U.S.-China trade negotiations hitting a bump over China not wanting a deal that looked one-sided in…

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New York regulator says it will probe possible bias in Apple Card credit limits after viral tweets

A spokeswoman for the New York Department of Financial Services confirmed Saturday that the agency will investigate. Read More source

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5 tactics retailers will use to get you spending this holiday season

The sooner you get into the holiday spirit, the more you may be willing to spend. Read More source

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Canada sheds 1,800 net jobs in October, unemployment steady at 5.5%

Statistics Canada’s jobs report came in below economists’ expectations but follows two consecutive months of growth. Read More source

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Are winter tires worth it? How to put your best wheels forward in snow and ice

In most of Canada, you need winter tires. But in a few cases, all-weather tires may also be an OK…

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Own a house with your partner? Here’s what happens if you break up

If you don’t have a legal agreement you could face troubles. Read More source

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‘My morning coffee party’: How to co-own a home with friends or family

There are many upsides to teaming up with other buyers — and many of the downsides can be overcome, experts…

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Can’t afford a financial plan? You can get a money check-up

Financial industry expert Preet Banerjee hopes bringing robots and financial pros together will help lower the cost of good financial…

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Canadian oil and gas drilling activity expected to fall by 10 per cent in 2020

The association representing oil and gas service companies is predicting a 10 per cent fall from current depressed levels of…

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Canadian economy ekes out modest 0.1% gain in August

The reading follows two consecutive months of virtually flat growth in June and July. Read More source

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Propane shipments, asset sales impact Calgary-based AltaGas’ third quarter results

The Calgary-based company says it earned $22 million or eight cents per share for the quarter ended Sept. 30 compared…

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Bank of Canada holds key interest rate at 1.75%

Unlike other advanced economies, Canada is not cutting interest rates just yet. But our resilience in the face of a…

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Alberta UCP asking arbitrators to cut public service pay by 2%

Workers affected include nurses, social workers, hospital support staff, prison guards, conservation officers, toxicologists, restaurant inspectors, therapists and sheriffs. Read…

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