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Penn West shareholders approve name change to Obsidian Energy

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Air Miles Finally Raises Maximum Redemption Amount From $50 to $100

TORONTO _ Air Miles is raising some of the recent daily limits imposed on redeeming miles for in-store purchases from retailers.The customer loyalty program says the new daily limit on Air Miles Cash redemptions, in most cases, has been raised to $10... read more

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Ex-pharma CEO Shkreli on trial for securities fraud

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Canadian factories keep 250 Lush stores humming across N. America

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Loonie strengthens with oil prices as greenback dips

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Ontario needs innovative skills and apprenticeship training: study

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For loonie bears, oil slump has come at just the right time

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U.S. durable goods orders see biggest decline in 18 months

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Carrick Talks Money: What is the best travel reward program?

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Financial conditions another reason to tighten policy: Fed official

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Video: Carrick Talks Money: What is the best travel reward program?

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New gold standard emerges for Congo's miners, Canada's jewellery buyers

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Oil edges above November lows but under threat from U.S. supply surge

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Rio Tinto selling Australian coal unit to China-backed Yancoal

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Few Vancouver condo owners selling as vacancy tax looms

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LCBO Strike Talks Continue As Clock Ticks Down

TORONTO _ Talks are continuing today between the Liquor Control Board of Ontario and its workers, who have threatened to go on strike at one minute past midnight.But there's no word on how the talks between the LCBO and the Ontario Public Service Emp... read more

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Canada 150: It's About The Merchandise, Baby!

It's been said that Canadians are not brash about their patriotism, but you wouldn't know it from the variety of merchandise, big and small, being snapped up in advance of Canada's 150th birthday July 1.From T-shirts to hats, flags to flasks, condoms... read more

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For Canada’s energy sector, challenges go beyond oil’s latest price drop

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Bullish Bank of Canada comments raise likelihood of an interest-rate hike

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Canadian softwood producers brace for second round of U.S. duties

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Earnings and Economic Calendar

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London Officials Scramble To Evacuate Hundreds From Unsafe Housing

LONDON _ Britain's fire-safety crisis expanded substantially Saturday as authorities said 34 high-rise apartment blocks across the country had cladding that failed fire safety tests. London officials scrambled to evacuate four public housing towers a... read more

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North West Refining, which operates Sturgeon facility, could be sold

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Trudeau government proposes opening St. Lawrence marine protected area to oil exploration

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Why some Ontario business owners feel ‘under attack’

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A tale of two Canadas: Where you grow up affects your income in adulthood

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What does an inflation-fighting central bank do when there’s no inflation?

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Glencore in bidding war with Yancoal to buy Rio Tinto coal assets

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DBRS downgrades Cenovus after ConocoPhillips deal

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Canada Summer Jobs Up By 18% In 2017

The mercury is up, and this year, summer help-wanted postings are too.Summer job listings, as a percentage of all listings, are up 18 per cent, according to a study by job site Indeed.com.The study showed that while most job openings were spread acro... read more

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Canada's Priciest City Ranks Only 107th In The World. Here's Why.

Vancouver has once again overtaken Toronto to be the most expensive city in Canada, according to an annual cost-of-living survey.The survey from human resources consultancy Mercer ranks Toronto second, followed by Montreal and Calgary.Given the soari... read more

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Boom's supersonic prototype prepares for 2018 test flight

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LCBO Extends Opening Hours As Canada Day Strike Looms

Ontario's alcohol retailer is extending opening hours in order to lessen damage from a potential strike that could see the province's liquor stores closed around the Canada Day holiday.The LCBO has announced it's extending opening hours at "select st... read more

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Fed official advises holding off on rate hikes until inflation moves

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$63-Million Mansion For Sale In Vancouver Signals Confidence Is Returning

After a shaky year, it looks like confidence is creeping back into Vancouver's housing market. For signs of that confidence, look no further than Belmont Estate, a five-bedroom, 22,000 sq.-ft. property on the city's west side that's listed for a reco... read more

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Muskrat Falls price tag rises by another billion: CEO

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U.S. new homes sales rebounded 2.9 per cent in May

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Loonie weakens as subdued inflation reduces rate hike chances

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Major New Brunswick tungsten mine gets federal environmental approval

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Euro zone stays on growth road, hitting occasional bump

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Foreign Home Buying Surges 37% In Montreal, On Spike In Chinese Interest

MONTREAL _ Canada's federal housing agency says the number of foreign buyers in the Montreal area surged by 37 per cent in the first four months of the year.The 236 purchases by foreigners accounted for 1.8 per cent of all real estate transactions fr... read more

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Canada's Inflation Rate Slows To 1.3% On Weak Gas Price Growth

OTTAWA _ Canadian inflation eased up on the accelerator last month as weaker year-over-year growth in gasoline prices helped slow the annualized rate to 1.3 per cent.Statistics Canada says the May inflation rate was also lower than April's reading of... read more

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See inside the Vancouver mansion with a record asking price

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Annual inflation rate slows to 1.3 per cent in May

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Royal Bank, CIBC, TD and Scotia helping finance Trans Mountain

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Oil edges up, but still set for biggest first half fall since 1990s

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Trudeau says there’s ‘no need for a Plan B’ in NAFTA talks

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What the Sears? A retailer’s decades of brand evolution

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Stop Treating Contract Workers Like Second-Class Employees

In today's workforce, businesses may need to rely on contract staff more often than they used to, due to new and shifting demands on the organization. While many businesses may prefer to employ staff on a permanent basis, it might not be possible.Con... read more

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Go Ahead, Look For A Job While You're Employed

It's widely accepted that the best time to look for a job is when you already have one. And it makes sense. What do you have to lose?But when you've already got a job, job-hunting can require some tact, strategy and stealth. Here's the right way to e... read more

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