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New GDP figures from Statistics Canada expected to show second-quarter contraction
Statistics Canada is releasing GDP data today that is expected to show that the country slipped into a technical recession in the second quarter.
About 36% of First Nations to lose funding for failing to report finances
Starting today, the federal government will start to cut funding of non-essential services to First Nations bands that have not posted their 2014-15 financial statements.
House hunters make personal pleas in hot markets
Classified ads, leafleting, letter writing and door knocking are just some measures that desperate home are resorting to in hot markets like Toronto and Vancouver, where prices are shooting sky-high and supply is running low.
U.S. border wall floated by Scott Walker would be logistical nightmare
A barrier along the Canada-U.S. border — an idea floated in an interview with a Republic presidential hopeful — would be a logistical nightmare, since the boundary runs through homes, airports, farms and even an opera house.
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.

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