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Updated Recession confirmed as Canada's GDP shrank in 2nd quarter
Canada's economy expanded in June but declined by 0.1 per cent for the second quarter as a whole, meeting the bar of what is legally defined as a recession.
House hunters make personal pleas in hot markets
Classified ads, leafleting, letter writing and door knocking are just some measures that desperate house hunters are resorting to in hot markets like Toronto and Vancouver, where prices are shooting sky-high and supply is running low.
New B.C. storm: 6,500 BC Hydro customers still without power
Most BC Hydro customers have their electricity back after the weekend windstorm that knocked out power to half a million of them — but thousands are still in the dark.
Analysis Michelle Gagnon: NDP wave in Quebec still surging
One month into the campaign and more than one to go, it’s clear Quebec’s Orange Wave of 2011 was no fluke. And now, in a campaign that’s all about change, Quebecers are opting for continuity.
Back to school: Canada lagging in push to teach kids computer coding video
Britain has become the latest country to start teaching computer coding in primary schools, on the assumption that tomorrow's workers need to know more tech than merely checking their Facebook feed. Why is Canada ignoring this trend?

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