OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians worried about his government’s deficits should look at the country’s strong standing with international credit-rating agencies for reassurance.
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Average rents across Canada will increase six per cent in 2019 and by as much as 11 per cent in Toronto, nine per cent in Ottawa and seven per cent in Vancouver, according to the National Rent Report, released on Monday by Rentals.ca.
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2018 stands already as the best year for global oil and gas exploration since 2015. Guyana, Russia and the United States top the list with major discoveries.
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There’s not much to cheer about in the Canadian Real Estate Association’s updated forecast report for 2019.
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Amazon is building a one-million-square-foot fulfilment centre in Leduc County, just south of Edmonton.
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Calgary and Edmonton home prices took a dip in November compared to the Canadian national average.
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Homebuilder sentiment dropped in December to its lowest point in more than three years while potential buyers hesitate to purchase new homes even as mortgage rates have pulled back in the past month.
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The Town of Sylvan Lake will soon be disposing of waste in a
new way, hardly used outside of Europe.
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Entering any new industry is always daunting. No matter how prepared or educated you are, there will always be some surprising new things you learn along the way.
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The war on the middle class must go on. And on and on.
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