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    Party's over Canada — time to buckle down and invest for the next 150: Don Pittis Now is the time to consider how to parlay Canada's advantages to become an economic leader in its own right.

    How the California roll, Hawaiian pizza and the Bloody Caesar were invented in Canada Thanks to our diverse culture, Canada happens to be the birthplace of some rather unique famous foods: the California roll, Hawaiian pizza and the Bloody Caesar cocktail.

    E-transfer system delays caused by 'significant' technical difficulty, Interac says Some financial institutions in Canada have suspended the Interac e-transfer system as the service deals with "significant" technical difficulties.

    5 Canadian teams in NHL playoffs help economy grow in April Canada's economy grew by 0.2 per cent in April, down from March's level as the service sector expanded while goods-producing industries were flat.

    Canada could use a coin — and a lot less small change: Don Pittis This week, the loonie turns 30. Don Pittis explores why it may be time to start saying a long goodbye to the blue $5 bill.

    'Key piece of information' missing from mortgage documents costs homeowner extra K A Toronto man is warning people to take a close look at the penalties they'll face for breaking a mortgage before they lock in.

    What to do when high-paying jobs start to disappear Geophysicist was once a slam-dunk career choice for students, but the rise of machines and the weak oil economy mean it's starting to disappear. There could be some lessons in that for other professions across...

    Telecoms will have to unlock your phone for free: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet Miss something this week? Here's the consumer news you need to know.

    Streaming apps for 'free TV' Android box disappear following U.S. lawsuit threat Major U.S. TV provider Dish Network has launched a lawsuit targeting apps used to stream unauthorized content. Now some of those apps have disappeared, but tech experts say it won't be long...

    Canadians owe .67 for every of household disposable income, StatsCan says Canadians owed $1.67 in consumer credit, mortgages, and non-mortgage loans for every dollar of household disposable income in the first quarter of 2017, a slight quarterly decrease as household net worth rose...

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