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- Developing Tim Hortons cuts jobs at headquarters, regional offices
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The big banks dropped their prime lending rate late Tuesday, almost a week after the Bank of Canada cut its key lending rate. But they're not passing along the entire rate cut the central bank had announced. More read comments
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- Winnipeg-wide boil water advisory in place
- Tim Hortons confirms layoffs at headquarters, regional offices
- Banks lower prime lending rates
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- Dillon Hillier, Canadian vet who fought ISIS, returns home safely, parents say
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- Snowstorm forecasters under fire as 'historic' accumulation failed to materialize
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