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Many people don't understand how life insurance works , therefore they don't have any cover in place. This is a massive part of most peoples lives as it can have a large financial affect .
30 August 2016
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When you come to that difficult time of loosing a loved one , Many people don't realise the importance of Life Insurance policy's .
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More and more students are find the Educational fees are rising . This is no become more to blame on the Student Loans being offered.
16 July 2015
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Most of the students studying in Canada at present are finding themselves spending more and more on there education , it is now being emerged this is because of the number of student Loans being offered.
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Renters are not covered by landlord’s home insurance.
20 December 2013
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A recent survey has highlighted the importance of home insurance for renters, with a large number of tenants not obtaining home insurance
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Atlantic Storms to hit Canada: Does your home insurance cover you in the event of a storm?
05 December 2013
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Earlier this week it was announced that a storm is being tracked across Atlantic Canada, how much does your home insurance protect you?
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Total consumer debt has risen despite clamp down on loans and credit cards
12 September 2013
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Troubling trend begin to show with the number of bank loans and credit cards Canadians have taken out.
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An increase in the number of students who turn to loans to pay school fees
03 September 2013
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A recent survey has revealed the shocking number of students that have got to turn to loans in order to pay off their school fees
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Aeroplan members might need to make a decision on whether to get a new credit card
19 August 2013
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CIBC is taking its time on making the decision to match offer by TD to become the new reward credit cards partner.
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Senate Scandal – Senator accused of claiming up to $231,649 in expenses
12 August 2013
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Lawyer representing Sen. Mac Harb has said there was nothing wrong with borrowing money from Ottawa businessman to help cover legal costs.
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Luxury U.S. retailer Saks and luxury shops being planned for Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal
06 August 2013
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Hudson’s Bay is buying luxury U.S. retailer Saks Inc in a deal worth $2.9 billion.
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Canda's largest insurance company to take the hit from recent disasters
03 August 2013
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In the wake of the recent flooding and rail disaster, insurance company estimated losses at $257 million
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500,000 people who have taken out a student loan lose personal data
30 July 2013
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OTTAWA loses portable hard drive which contains personal information of over 500,000 people who have taken out a student loan.
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Edmonton care workers on strike already for a hundred days
15 July 2013
Mark Maffia
Negotiations between management and striking workers seem to go nowhere
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OECD: Better outlook for the major developed economies
10 June 2013 14:30
Mark Maffia
According to the OECD, Japan and the United States lead the major developed economies in slowly speeding up their growth again
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The yen dropped, the euro climbed
08 April 2013
Mark Maffia
The euro reached a three year high of 128.44 yen, and the dollar climbed 1.5 percent against the yen after the Bank of Japan undertook bond purchases for the first time since their monetary easing last week.
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The New Governor Of The Bank Of England Is Canadian
27 November 2012
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The new Governor of the Bank of England is to be a Canadian. Mark Carney the current governor of the Canadian Central Bank will hold power over UK banks from next June when the current governor Mervyn King stands down.
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Canadian Property Prices to Fall
12 November 2012
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News that house prices in Canada are likely to fall has worried many of us. However, if we look at the big picture this is probably a good thing.
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31 October 2012
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A site like Which Way To Pay is there to help consumers find and weigh up a range of financial products.
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IMF Cuts Canada’s Economic Outlook
11 October 2012 10:00am
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In the International Monetary Fund’s latest World Economic Outlook report, the agency has downgraded its global economic outlook and warned that Canada’s economy remains vulnerable to risks from the housing sector.
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Canada's Inflation Slows
25 September 2012 09:00am
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According to Statistics Canada, the country’s inflation rate continued to fall last month, falling to 1.2% as most goods and services fell or slightly rose compared with August 2011.
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OECD Says Slow Growth Ahead For Canada
07 September 2012 13:00
Mark Maffia
According to the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, Canada’s economy is expected to grow at an annualized rate of 1.3% in the third quarter and by 1.9% in the fourth.
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Canadian Retail Sales Fall
23 August 2012 15:30
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Canadian retail sales fell unexpectedly in June dropping 0.4% from May. Statistics Canada said broad-based weakness across sectors and across the country were seen confirming a weaker trend in consumer spending that will likely affect overall growth in the second quarter.
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Canada’s Ivey PMI Index Rises
08 August 2012 05:30am
Florence Fullalove
According to the Ivey Purchasing Managers Index, the measure of purchasing activity in Canada’s economy rose last month to its highest level since March. The data, released yesterday, showed the seasonally adjusted index grew to 62.8 in July, a massive leap from 49.0 in June.
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Federal Reserve’s Decision weakens the ‘loonie’
03 August 2012 16:15
Phoebe Robinson
The Canadian dollar fell against the USD after the Federal Reserve’s announcement to give the economy additional support; disappointed investors are waiting for more distinct signs of further monetary easing.
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Slow Economic Growth For Canada On The Cards
01 August 2012 10:00
Phoebe Robinson
It has been said that Canada’s economy slowed in May and that it was due to drops in the manufacturing and construction industries where activity was threatened the strong gains that were made in the service sector.
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Canadian Growth Slows
31 July 2012 12:00
Lucy Williams
Canada’s economic growth has slowed with growth in May coming in at just 0.1 percent as a result of poor manufacturing and construction activity.
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S&P Cuts Its Outlooks For Several Canadian Banks
30 July 2012 09:30
Phoebe Robinson
Recent cuts are showing that there could be trouble for the Canadian economy. Standard & Poor’s Rating Services has cut its outlook from stable to negative on some of Canada’s banks. Their reasoning is that they are concerned about unsustainable high home prices and consumer debt levels, according to published reports on Friday. The New-York debt rating cut the credit ratings of the Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia, National Bank of Canada, Home Capital Group, Laurentian Bank of Canada and Central 1 Credit Union.


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Canada’s Summer Outlook Reviews The Global Economies
25 July 2012 13:00
Phoebe Robinson
This July marks the third anniversary of the economic recovery that came after the 2008 financial crash and the recession that pretty much affected the whole world. It has been a very quiet economic recovery and this is especially true for the more advanced countries.
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Global Economies Struggle With Recovery
24 July 2012 12:00
Lucy Williams
Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney, US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are all in agreement over the recovery of global economies, including the Canadian economy, which is currently painfully slow with full employment not likely in the near future.


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Forthcoming Data Will Show Investors Which Way The Canadian Economy Will Turn
23 July 2012 09:00
Phoebe Robinson
There is to be a release of earning reports in Canada this week that will indicate the first real evidence of the impact of the slowing world economy on the country.
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Carney’s Controversial Move
18 July 2012 10:00
Phoebe Robinson
Mark Carney the governor of the Bank of Canada is due to explain his decision as to why he is talking about rate increases even as he reduces Canada’s growth forecast and investors bet on a cut.
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Can The Canadian Economy Avoid The Mistakes The U.S Made Four Years Ago?
16 July 2012 11:30
Phoebe Robinson
There are worries from the inside over the Canadian economy. Economists are worried that Canada is heading the way the U.S economy was in 2008-09, especially in the housing market. There are concerns over the debt levels being carried by the average household.
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Canada Experiences Job Growth As Economy Creates High-Paying Jobs
13 July 2012 11:00am
Lucy Williams
The Canadian economy is creating more qualified jobs resulting in higher salaries. The first half of this year saw Canada releasing a staggering 155,000 new jobs of which many are full time and include better salaries.
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Canadian Dollar Falls Again
11 July 2012 12:00
Lucy Williams
Canada’s currency has once again weakened against the US dollar to a new low of C$1.0226, a drop of 0.3 percent. This comes as worrying news as reports of Canada’s crude oil exports plunge 18 percent due to China curtailing its import of the raw material, pushing crude oil prices even lower.
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Controversy Prevails In Canada
10 July 2012 09:45
Phoebe Robinson
Controversy in Canada prevails between the government and leading scientists as the country’s PM Stephen Harper is being threatened by a revolt from Canada’s top scientists.
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Unemployment In Canada Falls
09 July 2012 12:00
Lucy Williams
Canada has witnessed a gain in employment suggesting that despite the economic crisis affecting economies globally Canada is keeping up its momentum.
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Should The Canadian Economy Be Worried?
06 July 2012 12:00
Phoebe Robinson
Canada has seen a slide in the Jobs growth market in June. This is the Second month in a row in which this has happened. This slow in job growth comes as a reality check after outsized employment gains in the early stages of the year.
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Canada's Manufacturing PMI Reaches 9 Month High
03 July 2012 11:00am
Florence Fullalove
According to the Royal Bank of Canada's Canadian Manufacturing Managers Index, the pace of growth in Canadian manufacturing activity rose in June to its highest level since September.
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Can The Canadian Economy Avoid The Storm
29 June 2012 11:00
Phoebe Robinson
Figures for the economy’s growth in April have just been released and a gain of 0.3% was achieved by Canada. This overtook the expectations of analysts who were less optimistic as energy output rebounded after temporary shutdowns and mining companies also increased production.


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Canadian Consumer Confidence Crumples
27 June 2012 12:30
Phoebe Robinson
Consumer confidence has started to rut. Figures have shown that confidence in Canada has fallen in June back to levels that have not been seen since January
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Looking Bleak For The Canadian Economy
25 June 2012 13:30
Phoebe Robinson
The outlook for the Canadian economy is not looking too bright according to private sector forecasts. They have said that they see the economy struggling to maintain sufficient pace in the two years ahead.
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CIBC Say Canadian Interest Rates Will Remain At Historic Low
20 June 2012 11:00am
Florence Fullalove
The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce has said that the country looks set to enjoy historically low interest rates well into 2013.
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Speculation Over Economic Data Causes Canadian Dollar To Fall
18 June 2012 12:00pm
Phoebe Robinson
The Canadian Dollar has fallen due to the negative speculation over the forthcoming economic data due to be released. Canada’s economy is one of the world’s 20th richest economies but it seems a shadow is being cast over the country as the loonie was down 0.41 of a cent to the 97.42 cents US.


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Canada’s Economy Adds 7,700 Jobs But Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged
13 June 2012 06:00am
Florence Fullalove
According to Statistics Canada, the country’s economy added slightly more jobs than economists had expected, adding 7,700 jobs last month.
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Canada Home Price Index Rises
31 May 2012 16:00
Mark Maffia
The Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index has showed that Canadian Home Prices rose last month for the second consecutive month.
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Canada’s Economy Vulnerable To European Woes
29 May 2012 11:00am
Florence Fullalove
Canada’s Finance Minister Jim Flaherty has said that the Canadian economy is vulnerable to any collapse of European banks because of the large impact it would have on America.
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State Of The Economy Is Top Priority For Canadians
24 May 2012 15:00
Crage Campbell
According to a new online poll on attitudes about the government’s main priorities, the health of Canada’s economy is first and foremost in the minds of Canadians.
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OECD Pressure Canada To Hike Rates
22 May 2012 14:30
Florence Fullalove
According to a report by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Canada’s economy is gradually recovering and is expected to grow by 2.25% in 2012 and 2.5% in 2013. The research group suggests Canada’s benchmark rate go up by 0.25%.
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Canada Inflation Rate Rises 2% In April
18 May 2012 09:30am
Victoria Wedderburn
Inflation in Canada came in slightly higher that was expected mainly by the increase in gasoline prices. Statistics Canada said on an annual basis the overall inflation rate rose to 2% in April up from 1.9% the previous month.
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Canada’s Factory Sales See Biggest Gain In 6 Months
17 May 2012 11:30am
Florence Fullalove
According to Statistics Canada, Canada’s factory sales exceeded expectations in March with the biggest gain in six months. Manufacturing sales rebounded by 1.9% after two previous months of declines as shipments of petroleum and coal products jumped to their highest level in over three and a half years.
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Canada’s Economy Faces Repercussions As It Lags Behind In Environmental Standards
16 May 2012 11:30am
Crage Campbell
Research completed by the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy has said that Canadian businesses are facing economic repercussions that will affect the country’s growth and international competitiveness because of inadequate policies to ensure environmental standards.
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Survey Suggests Economy Is A Threat To National Unity
15 May 2012 12:30pm
Mark Maffia
According to a survey conducted for Postmedia News and Global TV by Ipsos Reid, Canada’s political system appears headed for a division among voters that could imperil national unity.
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Canada’s Economy Adds 58,200 Jobs In April
14 May 2012 10:30am
Victoria Wedderburn
Statistics Canada said Canada’s economy added 58,200 jobs in April as Canadians found jobs in most regions of the country. As a result Canada reported its best two-month jobs gain in 30 years following 82,000 jobs added in March.
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Canada Housing Starts Beat Expectations
09 May 2012 05:00am
Florence Fullalove
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp have reported that housing starts increased more than expected in April. The seasonally adjusted annual rate of housing starts was 244,900 units last month, up from 214,800 in March.
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Western Canada Driving Economic Growth Says Report
04 May 2012 10:00am
Victoria Wedderburn
Canada’s Bank of Montreal has released its latest provincial outlook which says that Canada as a whole will expand by 2% this year, somewhat below the 2.4% forecasted by the Bank of Canada.
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Canada’s Manufacturing PMI Advances
02 May 2012 10:00am
Crage Campbell
Canadian manufacturing growth advanced at its strongest rate of the year last month as business conditions improved for a third straight month, highlighting a slow yet steady recovery in the export-reliant sector.
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Budget Watchdog Says Spending Cuts Will Delay Canada's Economic Recovery
26 April 2012 11:00am
Mark Maffia
According to a report from Parliament’s spending watchdog, the Canadian economy could grow at a slower pace and have 108,000 fewer jobs as the federal government cuts more than $5 billion in spending.
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Carney Urges Canadian Households To Be Cautious With Borrowing
25 April 2012 10:00am
Crage Campbell
Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney advised heavily indebted households to use “prudence and caution” because borrowing costs can only go up.
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Disappointing Car Sales Lead To 0.2% Fall In Canada’s Retail Trade
24 April 2012 10:30am
Victoria Wedderburn
Statistics Canada have said that low car sales meant an unexpected 0.2% fall in Canada’s retail trade in February.
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Canadian Inflation Rate Falls To 1.9%
20 April 2012 10:30am
Victoria Wedderburn
Statistics Canada has said the annual inflation rate fell to 1.9% in March from 2.6% the month before. This figure, an 18 month low, is better than expected as analysts had predicted a rate of 2%.
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Full Employment In Canada Not Expected Until 2016
19 April 2012 10:00am
Florence Fullalove
The Conference Board of Canada has said in its annual forecast, that Canada’s labour market isn’t expected to return to full employment for another four years. The think tank believe the unemployment rate will not get down to its pre recession levels of 6% until 2016.
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IMF Upgrade Canada’s Forecasts
17 April 2012 10:00am
Florence Fullalove
The IMF’s World Economic Outlook expects Canada’s economy will grow 2.1% in 2012 and 2.2% in 2013, up from January’s forecast of 1.7% for 2012 and 2% for 2013.
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Canada’s Central Bank Expected To Keep Interest Rates Low
16 April 2012 09:30am
Florence Fullalove
The Bank of Canada is expected to keep its lending rate at 1% where it has been since September 2010. Economists widely predict that the central bank’s governor, Mark Carney will hold back from raising borrowing costs.
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Canada’s Economy To See Moderate Growth In 2012
11 April 2012 06:00am
Florence Fullalove
Jim Flaherty, Canada’s Finance Minister, said that he expects Canada to post moderate growth in 2012, saying that the country’s recovery remains fragile.
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Canada’s Economy Adds 82,300 Jobs In March
05 April 2012 10:30am
Florence Fullalove
Statistics Canada has said that Canada added a significant 82,300 jobs in March in the biggest jump since September 2008 and the unemployment rate fell to a 6 month low of 7.2% from 7.4% in February.
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Canadian Businesses Remain Optimistic About Economic Recovery
04 April 2012 10:00am
Florence Fullalove
A leading provider of business management software and services, Sage, have released their annual Sage Business Index Survey. The results of the survey suggest that Canadian businesses have increased optimism about their prospects for the next six months with an index score of 63.65.
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Canada Agrees Economic Alliance With US And Mexico
03 April 2012 10:00am
Florence Fullalove
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with US President Barack Obama and Mexican President Felipe Calderon at the White house yesterday as part of a three nation summit.
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Canada’s Economy Slows In January
02 April 2012 09:30am
Florence Fullalove
Statistics Canada has reported that Canada’s gross domestic product came in at a modest 0.1% in January, after rising to 0.5% in December.
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OECD Increase Canada’s Economic Outlook
30 March 2012 05:30am
Florence Fullalove
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has said growth in Canada is predicted to grow by 2.5% during the first two quarters of this year.
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Household Debt Hurting Canadian Economy
29 March 2012 07:30am
Jack Stupple
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said that Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Bank of Canada should continue be careful considering the vulnerability of a fragile economy which is attributed to large household debt.
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Canadian Cities In Western Provinces Will See Most Economic Growth
28 March 2012 07:00am
Florence Fullalove
The Conference Board Of Canada released its spring metropolitan outlook which states that the resource rich economies of Saskatoon, Edmonton and Calgary will be the top centres for growth in Canada.
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Harper Talks With World Leaders At Nuclear Security Summit
27 March 2012 09:30am
Victoria Wedderburn
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is currently at the Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul, Korea. The summit stressed the need to monitor and control nuclear materials and technology to prevent nuclear terrorism.
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Canada And Japan Negotiate Towards Free Trade Agreement
26 March 2012 11:30am
Jack Stupple
Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, announced the launch of negotiations towards a free trade agreement that will strengthen the trade and investment ties between the two countries.
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Another Year Of Solid Growth For Canada’s Economy
22 March 2012 07:00am
Florence Fullalove
The Royal Bank say that the low interest rates, elevated commodity prices and significant signs of a recovering US economy are all helping expansion.
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Canada’s GDP To Increase by 2.6%
20 March 2012 08:00am
Mark Maffia
According to the latest economic predictions from the Royal Bank of Canada, Canada’s economy grew at a moderate pace in the last quarter of 2011 and is forecasted to pick up steam this year.
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Canadian Internet Economy Lagging Behind G20
19 March 2012 08:45am
Florence Fullalove
A new study, compiled by the Boston Consulting Group has suggested that Canada’s Internet economy is expected to grow by 7.4% a year through to 2016.
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Mining Boom To Boost Canadian Economy
15 March 2012 07:00am
Victoria Wedderburn
The Conference Board of Canada’s have released their Territorial Outlook report which has said the economies of the three territories in the North of Canada are predicted to grow by more than 7% in 2012 and 2013.
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Canadian Home Construction Cooling
14 March 2012 10:00am
Jack Stupple
The Conference Board of Canada has said that new home construction is forecasted to slow over the next two years as the housing market cools.
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97 % Of Air Canada’s Pilots Vote For Strike
13 March 2012 09.30am
Florence Fullalove (Updated from 14/02/12)
The Air Canada Pilots Association voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action last month. Today Canada’s Labour Minister, Lisa Raitt, has said submitted legislation to prevent a work stoppage at Air Canada.
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Canada’s Current Account Deficit Falls
13 March 2012 09:00am
Florence Fullalove
Canada’s current account deficit in 2011 fell slightly from the record set in 2010 and is shrinking in proportion to gross domestic product suggesting that the full brunt of the economic crisis may be over.
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Canada To Close On Free Trade Agreement With Europe
12 March 2012
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Canada looks set to close a free trade agreement with the European Union that could generate $12 billion for the economy and create up to 80,000 jobs.
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Canada’s Purchasing Activity Rises In February
7 March 2012
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According to Ivey Purchasing Managers Index figures, Canada’s monthly measure of economic activity, the pace of purchasing activity in the economy exceeded predictions rising to as seasonally adjusted 66.5 in February from 64.1 in January.
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Canada’s Economy Slows In Fourth Quarter
05 March 2012
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The Canadian economy slowed in the last quarter of 2011 with the pace of growth at 1.8%, according to Statistics Canada.
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Canada’s Growth Slows While U.S. Gathers Momentum
28 February 2012
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The latest economic data suggests that Canada’s economy looks set to stall while more people in the United States are getting jobs, buying houses and have more confidence in the economy
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Canada’s Western Provinces Booming
23 February 2012
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The think tank, the Conference Board, released a report today that says Western provinces will continue to grow and are expected to lead the country into growth in 2012.
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Canada’s Tourism Ranking Drops
21 February 2012
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Canada’s failure to take advantage of the growing market for international tourism is a becoming economic challenge.
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Canada and India Conclude Trade Talks
17 February 2012
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Canada and India are expected to complete discussions on a comprehensive economic partnership agreement in 2013.
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Canada's Factory Sales Up 0.6 %
16 February 2012
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According to Statistics Canada, Canadian manufacturing sales rose for the fifth time in six months in December advancing to $49.9 billion. However, this was lower than expected.
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Canada’s Housing Market Stabilizing
14 February 2012
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According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), Canada’s housing sector is slowing but the average home price is still expected to rise.
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Canada’s Trade Surplus Hits 3 Year High
13 February 2012
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Canada's December trade surplus well exceeded expectations, hitting a 3 year high of C$2.69 billion, from C $1.7 billion seen in November. Recent improvements in the U.S. are definitely benefitting Canada’s exporters.
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Do Canadians Want China’s Involvement In The Economy?
09 February 2012
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The Canadian Press-Harris Decima survey,a new poll released yesterday, suggests many Canadians want China’s help driving the economy, but they don’t want them in the driver’s seat.
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Prime Minister Harper Arrives In China For Trade Mission
07 February 2012
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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper touched down in China today for his official 4 day visit through the country. The aim of the trip is to focus on Canada and China’s trading relationship.
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Canada Unemployment Rises – Has The Economy stalled?
06 February 2012
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According to figures Canada added only 2,300 jobs in January, falling well below forecast of 25,000 jobs. Its neighbours, the United States, added 243,000 jobs, the most added since April 2010.
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Canada - Less Dependent on U.S.
02 February 2012
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According to a study released by TD Economics the Canadian economy is becoming less and less dependent on its United States neighbours.
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Canada’s Economy Contracts 0.1 %
01 February 2012
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Canada’s gross domestic product showed an unexpected decline in November last year shrinking for the first time in 6 months.
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Canada Prepares For Economic Action Plan 2012
30 January 2012
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Government House Leader Peter Van Loan - "As Parliament returns, we will continue to be focused on the priorities of Canadians – creating jobs, growth and prosperity – as we prepare for Economic Action Plan 2012.”
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Harper To Encourage Foreign Investment In Canada In Davos
26 January 2012
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Harper will use his keynote speech to encourage enthusiasm for foreign investment in Canada, to drive economic activity. He will be trying to boost Canada’s economy by signing a trade deal with the European Union.
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IMF Lowers Canada’s Growth Forecasts
25 January 2012
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According to the International Monetary Fund’s latest economic outlook, Canada’s recovery is being held back by the current climate in Europe and elsewhere.
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Canadian Dollar Advances As Crude Oil Gains
24 January 2012
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The Canadian dollar advanced against the U.S. currency as Canada’s largest export, crude oil, advanced for the first time in four days as the European Union banned Iranian oil imports.
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Can Canada Escape The Weakness Of U.S. And Europe?
23 January 2012
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The Bank of Canada Governor, Mark Carney, said in a recent interview that the U.S. economy could take years to recover from its current delicate state and that it will hinder Canada’s economic growth this year.
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Bank of Canada Keeps Interest Rates At 1 %
18 January 2012
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Basing its decision on predicting that the situation in Europe will continually worsen the Bank of England has kept interest rates at 1 percent where it has been since 2010.
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