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The International Monetary Fund has downgraded its outlook for Canada’s economy.
The interest rate cut in January which led to cheaper mortgages has given house prices a boost according to the Teranet HPI.
Canada could follow around 40 countries including France and the UK in joining the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
Quarterly profit dropped 24 per cent at Shaw Communications for its second quarter (to Feb 28).
Smaller telecom companies hoping to gain ground against the bigger firms by bidding for the new fourth network wireless spectrum may find their business is unsustainable.
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Mining stocks were a drag on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday.
Canadian gold firms Alamos and AuRico are to merge in a U$1.5 billion deal.
The federal government has given credit card companies 30 days to implement a new code of conduct.
Chief executives of Canada’s five big banks are receiving lower compensation packages according to analysis from McDowall Associates.