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North American stock markets plunge in initial trading, loonie down
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TORONTO - North American stock markets nose-dived in initial trading as the price of oil collapsed and the loonie plunged against the U.S. dollar.The ...

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Can we fix Toronto’s transit by 2030? With an expected population of 8 million, experts say it’s already too late
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For Gina Létourneau, just the thought of trying to get from A to B on Toronto’s congested streets is a source of frustration. “It’s just feels that ...

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Toronto hospital trial allows patients to see their medical records — and control who else sees them too
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If you’ve ever been curious about your health records, odds are you haven’t been able to see them.It’s not because anyone’s hiding them. It’s just that ...

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Bombardier is selling off its entire train division. Is it making a huge mistake?
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The advertised turnaround at Bombardier Inc. is nothing of the kind. Investors should be wary of a promised upturn in the fortunes of this humbled former ...

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TSX flirts with correction territory, posts worst week since 2008
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TORONTO - Canada’s largest stock index flirted with correction territory after plunging for a sixth-straight day, capping off its worst week since the ...

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Global stock markets plunge in their worst week since the 2008 financial crisis on fears of coronavirus impact
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As the global toll of the coronavirus rises, stock markets around the world plunged to their worst week since the 2008 financial crisis, wiping out over $6 ...

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What’s driving talented workers out of Toronto? Five young people on why they left the city
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Over the next 10 years, the population of the Toronto area will hit 8 million people. How will the city handle the rapid growth and fill its ever-increasing ...

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Dow industrials close 1,000 points lower as coronavirus cases mount
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Investors around the world stepped up their retreat from stocks and piled into haven assets like government bonds and gold, reflecting escalating worries ...

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‘Unexpected’ cash shortfall at The Beer Store adds to doubts about its future
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The provincial government’s decision to expand beer sales is hitting the bottom line at The Beer Store, and has some industry members wondering if the ...

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Tim Hortons moves toward a digital Roll Up the Rim contest
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After 35 years, it’s probably time to freshen up your coffee.When Tim Hortons relaunches its iconic Roll Up the Rim to Win contest next month, it will be ...

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