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RBC reverses decision on new charges

Says it listened to client feedback READ MORE

Low energy prices keep April inflation at 0.8%, lowest since October 2013

Statistics Canada's latest consumer price index found that cheaper year-over-year energy prices were among the biggest factors behind the weaker inflation rate - as prices rose in seven of the index's eight major categories. READ MORE

Defence Minister says government is "concerned" about terror-related arrests in Montreal

Jason Kenney says arrests prove radicalization is possible in Canada and terror recruitment does happen READ MORE

Canadians dealing with debt prudently despite record levels: Fraser Institute

The report by Philip Cross, former chief economic analyst at Statistics Canada, says the growth of household debt has slowed since 2009 and the cost of servicing that borrowing is at a record low share of income. READ MORE

New survey looks at extent of distracted driving

Some respondents said they not only text while driving, but also take selfies and videochat READ MORE

Senators owner undergoes successful liver transplant

Eugene Melnyk and the anonymous donor are doing well and resting comfortably in Toronto General Hospital following yesterday's eight-hour operation. READ MORE


Municipal study sees looming housing problem, urges Ottawa to stay engaged

One in five renters spending half their income on housing READ MORE

Canada golden once again!

Crosby and company beat Russia 6-1 in the final READ MORE

Lightning sparks new wildfires in B.C.

Crews are responding to five new wildfires in British Columbia's Central Interior. READ MORE

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