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Group looks to boost gender diversity in Fredericton city hall – New Brunswick
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A group in Fredericton is looking to help give gender diverse candidates a boost heading into municipal elections.Women+ in Politics works to help ...

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Enbridge starts construction on Line 3 project in Minnesota
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Enbridge began construction on its Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement in Minnesota on Tuesday, a day after state regulators approved the final ...

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City of Montreal unveils emergency winter measures for the homeless – Montreal
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With winter at our doorstep, the City of Montreal says it is prepared to help those who suffer the most when it’s cold outside: people without a ...

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Bank of Canada set to release economy’s outlook amid 2nd coronavirus wave – National
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By Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 28, 2020 6:27 am ...

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Cenovus Energy shares plummet on news of its $3.8B deal to buy Husky Energy
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The all-share deal by Cenovus Energy Inc. to buy Husky Energy Inc. for about $3.8 billion will likely spark more mega-mergers among Canadian oil and ...

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Canada’s ‘K-shaped’ recovery spans jobs, debt and housing – National
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“Two solitudes” might be a good way to describe Canada’s economy during the novel coronavirus pandemic.While feelings of loneliness and isolation ...

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Princess Theatre on Edmonton’s Whyte Avenue announces temporary closure – Edmonton
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A century-old art-house cinema and longtime fixture on Edmonton’s Whyte Avenue has closed its doors and it is not yet clear when it will reopen.On ...

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Lack of capital for major project investments cited by Indigenous business panel
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Limited and slow access to capital is a major barrier to First Nations’ ability to take ownership roles in the resource megaprojects being built ...

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One-third of working moms mulled quitting their jobs due to COVID-19: survey – National
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One-third of working mothers in Canada have thought about quitting their jobs during the novel coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent national ...

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Nova Scotia and New Brunswick minimum wages “well below” a livable wage: report
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A report released Wednesday outlines living wage research for Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, and says minimum pay must be increased within two ...

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What to do if your mortgage deferrals are almost over and you can’t pay – National
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As the summer turns into fall, the six-month vacation thousands of Canadians have taken from their mortgage payments will be over.As of the end of June, ...

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Working from home for the foreseeable future? It could impact your home insurance – National
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As many Canadians go back to working in offices, restaurants, stores and factory lines, others are learning from their employers they’ll be working from home ...

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