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Loonie increases over past year having a positive effect on Saskatoon businesses
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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadian loonie has been steadily climbing towards the dollar mark when compared to American dollars ...

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Paper Excellence signs deal to buy Montreal’s Domtar for US$3B
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By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 11, 2021 ...

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Cenovus Energy reports $220M Q1 profit compared with a loss a year ago
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The CEO of Cenovus Energy Inc. says more than half of the job cuts from its takeover of rival Husky Energy Inc. have been completed and it’s is well ...

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Canadian dollar hits highest level since 2018, could climb further: economists
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Economists say the Canadian dollar is at a ‘sweet-spot’ after rising for seven straight days to top 81 cents US, a point where it benefits consumers ...

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Ontario is launching paid sick leave. Should other provinces follow suit?
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Following months of public pressure prompted by a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Ontario government has finally announced its paid sick leave program. ...

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Feds urged to extend April 30 tax filing deadline  – National
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The federal government is coming under pressure to extend this month’s tax-filing deadline, much like it did last year during the first wave of ...

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Edmonton homebuilders experience unexpected boom in business – Edmonton
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Despite the financial blows many Edmonton-area businesses have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, one sector is experiencing quite the opposite.“I ...

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Can you afford a vacation home? Here’s what it takes across Canada
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One of the wildest real estate bidding wars Markham, Ont.-based real estate agent Dayle Carmody has seen recently involved a home listed at $499,000 ...

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Canadian economy added 259K jobs in February, more than expected
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Canada's economy added 259,000 jobs in February, Statistics Canada said Friday.

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Coronavirus: How Montreal non-profits are transforming the ways they raise funds – Montreal
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The winter months are usually considered fundraising season, with non-profits organizing large scale galas and special activities to sustain their ...

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Most Canadians, including most Albertans, appear to be ready to give up on Keystone XL pipeline: poll
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The majority of Albertans appear to be on the same page as the majority of other Canadians on feeling that it’s time to give up the fight to get a ...

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Hubley woman raises more than $10K for food bank in icy water plunge challenge – Halifax
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A woman who has been plunging into icy water to raise money for a local food bank has raised nearly 20 times her initial goal.Last month, Global ...

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