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The adult diaper market is growing, but no one wants to talk about it

In some countries, there are more adults who use diapers than babies. Read More source

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The disability tax credit was an explosive issue for the Liberals. Will the next government fix it?

Experts and health advocates are “disappointed” in what they’ve heard about the disability tax credit in the election campaign. Read…

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Scotiabank says ‘technical’ issue resulting in mislabeled charges on some customers’ credit cards

In a response to another customer complaint, the bank’s customer service Twitter said transactions “were not properly posting onto accounts”…

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‘Money disorder’: When spending leads to cycles of self-destructive behaviour

Some people love to save, others love to spend, and for some, spending money can lead to a vicious cycle…

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Sandwich generation 2.0: Who will pay for baby boomers’ long-term care costs?

‘Who will take care of mom and dad?’ is becoming an even more difficult questions as boomers start to be…

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Canada’s inflation rate steady at 1.9% in September

Price growth remains close to the Bank of Canada’s two-per cent target, reducing the chance of an in interest-rate adjustment…

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Canada election: What federal leaders have pledged on the economy

Here’s a list of economic pledges leaders have made. Read More source

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Home sales up 15% in September compared to a year ago: CREA

The increase was driven by activity in the largest urban centres, including Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Read More source

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12 ways to save money on your next grocery bill

From shopping seasonally to buying frozen veggies to cutting back on meat, five experts share their top tips. Read More…

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COMMENTARY: How a strong economy — and strong public sector — may give the Liberals an edge

In a healthy economy that has a strong public sector, the incumbent Liberal government has an advantage, Charles Adler says.…

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Canada adds 54K jobs in September, unemployment dips to 5.5%

The jobs gain far exceeded economists’ expectations of 10,000 net new positions. Read More source

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Shares of The Green Organic Dutchman plunge after raising financing concerns

The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings saw its shares plunge this week after it said it was reviewing financing alternatives in…

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Election promises: Tax cuts for many—and tax hikes on the rich

The debate around taxes this election is mostly about how to make life more affordable, with little mention of deficits…

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Grey market cannabis sellers deeply undercutting legal market, data shows

Online grey market cannabis sellers are competing with the legal market by undercutting it and offering deep volume discounts. Read…

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Canada’s gender wage gap narrows: women earn $4.13 less than men per hour

That means that women earned roughly 87 cents for every dollar earned by men. Read More source

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How to tell if a side hustle is worth the hassle

The first step in determining whether a side hustle is worthwhile is figuring out what your net hourly pay actually…

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Stocks sink by more than 500 points as worries about economic growth linger

Investors were already taking up defensive positions following a dismal manufacturing report on Tuesday that sent the market to its…

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Minnesota regulators restart Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline review process

Line 3, which was built in the 1960s and is increasingly subject to corrosion and cracking, runs from Hardisty, Alta.…

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