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Some Canadian paper currency will no longer be considered legal tender

February 28th, 2018  |  Canadian Business

The Liberal government put forth their 2018 budget plan, titled “Equality + Growth, A Strong Middle Class” on Tuesday. The document spans 367 pages, and focuses on providing funds to help tackle the opioid crisis, cope with a surge in asylum seekers crossing the border f...

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False advertising lands Enterprise Rent-A-Car with $1M fine

February 26th, 2018  |  Canadian Business

National car rental service Enterprise Rent-A-Car Canada has been fined $1m after it was accused of false advertising.

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Board of trade says lack of affordable housing contributes to Toronto's brain drain

February 21st, 2018  |  Canadian Business

A sizeable portion of young professionals looking for work and housing in one of Canada’s biggest cities, can barely afford to live in it!

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Hamilton looking to curb payday loan outlets

February 19th, 2018  |  Canadian Business

The city of Hamilton is hoping to curb the use of payday loans with a new bylaw. The outcome of the new law would be to limit the number of payday loan outlets in the city at 15 and no more than one per ward. Currently there are 30 operations running in Hamilton, and the...

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Ram recalls more of their trucks due to gear shifter problems

February 15th, 2018  |  Canadian Business

Back in December Ram recalled 1.8 million trucks because they could be shifted out of park without the driver's foot on the brake or possibly without the key in the ignition. Now, Ram has recalled an additional 229,000 trucks for the same issue. Fiat Chrysler said it dis...

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