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Average Canadian home prices were about $400,000 at the end of 2013, compared with about $250,000 in the U.S., Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp. said in its annual review.
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Police have arrested at least 10 people at the Kinder Morgan pipeline protesters' camp on Burnaby Mountain.
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Encana unfazed by oil drop: They're doubling their Texas rigs
Facing a 30 percent slide in the price of crude in the past five months, Encana Corp. Chief Executive Officer Doug Suttles still has his foot on the accelerator.
SEC official: Stop spending time writing rules to protect millionaires
"The obsession with protecting millionaires, potentially at the cost of hindering wildly successful and critically important private markets, strains logic and reason," said a top U.S. regulator on Thursday.
Tim Hortons consumers won’t mind the extra 10 cents: Analyst
Miller Tabak senior analyst Stephen Anderson doesn't think coffee drinkers will mind the coming price hike at Tim Hortons.
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Quebec to impose conditions on TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline
TransCanada faces yet another hurdle, with Quebec imposing conditions on its proposed $12-billion Energy East pipeline project.
This fund manager says load up on China and underweight the U.S.
Fund manager Brad Radin says there's better value in China and Hong Kong stocks, but there's also good opportunity in the big banks south of the border.
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Brace yourselves: the world may soon face a chocolate shortage
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Wal-Mart Canada fires 210 employees at head office
The layoffs, mostly at its head office in Mississauga, Ontario, come on the heels of it cutting about 750 jobs across the country last spring in a store management restructuring.
Free trade deal with China is Australia’s gain, Canada’s pain
Australia’s gain may be Canada’s pain, as the new free trade deal tilts the field against Canadian companies already struggling to gain a foothold in the world’s second-largest economy.
Banking culture breeds dishonesty, scientific study finds
A banking culture that implicitly puts financial gain above all else fuels greed and dishonesty and makes bankers more likely to cheat, according to the findings of a scientific study.

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