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Five things you should know before starting your work day on Nov. 28

Five things you should know before starting your work day on Nov. 28

General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra.Paul Sancya / AP Good morning! Some very interesting items here. Looking at Scotiabank’s decision to focus on Latin America over the Caribbean, at the Lucky 13 stocks you might want to buy, at how the GM shutdown is our own fault, and a breaking energy story on the

Five things you should know before starting your day on Dec. 18

Home sales are espected to fall in British Columbia in 2019.Handout-Destination BC-Albert Normandin Good morning! Housing association CREA sees home sales falling next year. A top market watcher already sees a bear market. The CRTC’s request for lower data-only plans sees the next batch of offerings, and Whistler won’t have as many downhillers next month

Five things you should know before starting your day on Dec. 20

Ice floes in Baffin Bay above the Arctic Circle.The Canadian Press, Jonathan Hayward The U.S. Federal Reserve raises rates, shrugging off any pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump. Royal Bank of Canada denies snooping on users’ Facebook messages. And Berkshire Hathaway exits Home Capital after making a tidy profit, leaving a 15 per cent stock

Five things you should know before starting your day on Dec. 19

Oil field workers watch as Canada's Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr, left, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources Amarjeet Sohi, centre and Randy Boissonnault, Edmonton M.P. speak during press conference to announce support for Canada's oil and gas sector, in Edmonton on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018.Jason Franson/The Canadian Press Ottawa giveth, but Alberta’s oil

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