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The Toronto Stock Exchange gained Monday as the markets returned to work and gold prices gave natural resources shares a boost.
The Bank of Canada’s latest business outlook shows that the impact of lower oil prices is being felt far beyond the oil industry.
Vancouver-based Goldcorp Inc. has an agreement to sell a 40 per cent stake in a Nevada project to Premier Gold Mines.
Vancouver’s average price for a new or existing detached family home has now reached $1.9 million.
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Although most stock markets were closed for Easter, Friday has been a very important day for investors worldwide.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation will increase its mortgage insurance premiums for loans above 90 per cent of a home’s value.
A plan by Connacher Oil to restructure out of court has been rejected.