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Canada’s wealthiest 1% saw fastest income growth in 2017, overall decrease in taxes

Tax filers in Canada’s top 0.1 per cent, who made at least $740,300 in 2017, took home 17.2 per cent…

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Canada’s economic growth flat in July amid oil and gas shutdowns

Canada’s GDP was virtually unchanged in July, after four consecutive months of growth. Read More source

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Quebec First Nation challenging commercial lobster fishing limits

Chief Darcy Gray said the federal Fisheries Department has refused to say why it won’t grant the band a commercial…

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Forever 21 is closing its doors in Canada: Here’s what you need to know

The “wind-down” of the Canadian arm is part of plans to restructure and refocus the business. Read More source

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What’s the best way to generate cash from your investments in retirement?

How to turn your investments into a steady cheque when you no longer have a paycheque. Read More source

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Green Party’s free tuition plan would cost $16.4B, but PBO estimate comes with ‘high uncertainty’

Abolishing tuition fees was among the most expensive items from the Parliamentary Budget Office’s costing of Green Party Leader Elizabeth…

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Wireless speeds in Canada rank 12th worldwide, if only rural areas counted: study

The Opensignal report comes as Canada’s wireless industry comes under fire from politicians and consumer groups that allege the country…

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New Brunswick aims to increase number of newcomers within five years

New Brunswick’s provincial government is working to attract and retain more newcomers. Read More source

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What Canadian travellers should know about Thomas Cook’s collapse

On Sunday, 178-year-old U.K.-based company Thomas Cook ceased trading and announced that its four airlines will be grounded. Read More…

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Jagmeet Singh pledges to build 500,000 new affordable homes in 10 years

Leader Jagmeet Singh didn’t provide details on how he would achieve that goal, saying only that he will have more…

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Tories pledge to increase federal contribution to RESP to 30%

The increase would come on top of the existing federal grants for low and middle-income families. Read More source

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Scheer promises to bring back 2 children’s tax credits cut by Trudeau

Scheer unveiled two policy measures Monday that he says he’d implement if he becomes prime minister. Read More source

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Bank of Canada appoints Toni Gravelle as new deputy governor

The central bank says that effective Oct. 1 Gravelle will replace Lynn Patterson, who retired over the summer. Read More…

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Quebec provincial police interrogate 17 people about Desjardins data leak

Desjardins, a Quebec-based co-operative, said a single employee was responsible for the breach detected in December 2018 and that he…

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Canada’s inflation slows to 1.9% in August as gas prices drop

Inflation remains right around the Bank of Canada’s target, providing no additional clues about the central bank’s next move on…

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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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