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Ottawa hit a budget surplus of $622 million in November as tax and other revenues increased by $971 million and program expenses dropped by $75 million.
A new report from the Bank of Montreal shows that more young Canadians are considering become homeowners as lower interest rates make it even more attractive.
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There was no let up for the price of oil today as prices bounced around the $45 mark so once again Canada’s energy sector is among the stocks ending lower along with metals producers.
Controversial it may be but today the US Senate voted to force through the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline by 60 votes to 36.
Average weekly earnings of non-farm payroll employees saw just a one dollar improvement in November from October’s rate of $941.
Investors in Canadian Oil Sands will be getting 86 per cent per share less per quarter after the firm cut payments due to the weak oil market.
The Esso gas stations owned by Imperial Oil may be sold to independent partners the firm has announced.
Women’s clothes retailer Jones New York is closing all of its 127 stores and ending its wholesale business it announced today.
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