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B.C. teachers to vote Thursday on deal to end strike

B.C. teachers and government negotiators have reached a tentative deal after an all-night bargaining session, but it’s not yet clear when classes will resume.

Posted on 9-16-2014 at 8:22 AM

Harper backs pick-and-pay TV options

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has waded into the debate over the future of Canada’s television industry, using a high-profile speech to press for pick-and-pay options that would let viewers...

Posted on 9-16-2014 at 6:51 AM
Trudeau blocks Harper’s path to re-election as Liberals show signs of life

Trudeau blocks Harper’s path to re-election as Liberals show signs of life

Stephen Harper is an election victory away from entering the pantheon of Canada’s longest- serving prime ministers and cementing his Conservative agenda in a country dominated by Liberals...

Posted on 9-15-2014 at 2:39 PM
Harper says fall fiscal update to include budget measures

Harper says fall fiscal update to include budget measures

Prime Minister Stephen Harper said his government’s fiscal update in coming weeks will include new budgetary measures.

Posted on 9-15-2014 at 2:18 PM

Rob Ford drops out of Toronto mayoral race, brother running in his place

A city clerk confirmed that Rob Ford has dropped out of the race for Toronto mayor on Friday afternoon.

Posted on 9-12-2014 at 1:43 PM

Canadians' household debt burden edges higher in second quarter

Canadian households’ debt burden edged up in the 2014 second quarter, reversing course after three straight quarters of decline but remaining below last year’s record levels, while...

Posted on 9-12-2014 at 9:09 AM

Canada’s poor took big financial hit in recent years, report finds

The poorest 10 percent of Canadians saw their net worth fall by 150 percent between 2005 and 2012 while Canada’s richest 10 percent saw a huge increase in their net worth in the same...

Posted on 9-11-2014 at 12:06 PM

Farmers suffer as Calgary gets snowed in

Buried under Calgary’s massive early September snowfall lies millions of dollars in potentially lost farm revenue.

Posted on 9-10-2014 at 1:02 PM

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