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A forecast by OPEC has hit hard at the stocks of the world’s energy sector and markets have dropped sharply.
The Bank of Canada has joined the voices saying that Canada’s housing market is over-valued but a new report forecasts a moderation of prices in the coming year.
No need to panic the Tim Hortons and Burger King names are safe; at least for restaurant customers.
New figures released by Statistics Canada show that a large percentage of Canadians are living in poverty.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange suffered another turbulent day Tuesday but has ended slightly in positive territory.
A new piece of legislation aims to tackle the issue of goods being unfairly priced higher in Canada than in the US.
The shareholders of Tim Hortons have voted yes to the Burger King deal which was approved by regulators last week.
Hudson’s Bay Co has posted third quarter results showing a $13 million net loss and normalized earnings of $116 million after sales at the Toronto based retail group almost doubled to $1.913 billion from a year earlier.