To keep the peace this Thanksgiving, many of us will keep that old admonition in mind: No politics at the dinner table. It’s not a bad rule. But all of us should be aware that dinner is already political.
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The pace of new home sales climbed 0.7% in October to an annualized pace of 458,000 units.
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BEIJING/SINGAPORE, Nov 26 (Reuters) – China is estimated to be holding double the amount of crude in its strategic reserves than its official plan has revealed, as the world’s top energy consumer takes advantage of a dive in prices to strengthen its position in the global oil market.
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Canadians shell out $260 million every year for rent-to-own products, often paying exorbitant prices that would not be allowed in some U.S. states.
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Alberta shoppers continue to lead the pack when it comes to retail sales.
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The boom in fracture stimulation isn’t merely revolutionizing the oil and gas world — from horizontal drilling to declining commodity prices — it’s also transforming small towns like Kindersley, Sask.
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While city council appears unanimously against giving the Calgary Flames taxpayer funds for a new arena, there’s a split emerging on whether the project warrants free city land.
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The majority of Airdrians are dissatisfied with snow and ice removal services in the city.
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The Airdrie RCMP and Municipal Enforcement have outlined their priorities for the next three years.
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EDMONTON – Activity in Edmonton’s home construction industry is expected to gradually decrease over the next two years, says the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
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