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Millennial Money: 4 reasons for thrift store gifts this year

Millennial Money: 4 reasons for thrift store gifts this year

Thrifting is hot, and Goodwill finds are cool again. But while we’re thrilled to find the perfect throwback tee for our own closet, gifting used goods still carries a stigma for some. It shouldn’t.
Manitoba suspends new cryptocurrency operations, citing high energy demand

Manitoba suspends new cryptocurrency operations, citing high energy demand

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is temporarily halting any new connections of cryptocurrency operations to the hydroelectric grid, citing a potential for overwhelming energy demands and low economic return.
Biden calls on Congress to head off potential rail strike

Biden calls on Congress to head off potential rail strike

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Liberals did not show fiscal restraint in fall update: parliamentary budget officer

Liberals did not show fiscal restraint in fall update: parliamentary budget officer

OTTAWA — Parliamentary budget officer Yves Giroux told members of Parliament on Monday that the federal government did not show fiscal restraint in its recent fall economic statement.
Line 5 shutdown 'draconian,' both sides must consider 'imperfect' alternatives: judge

Line 5 shutdown 'draconian,' both sides must consider 'imperfect' alternatives: judge

WASHINGTON — A Wisconsin judge ordered a Canadian energy giant and a U.S. Indigenous band to water down their wine Monday and come together to avert the "draconian" shutdown of the cross-border Line 5 pipeline.
CN names Edmond Harris new executive vice-president and chief operating officer

CN names Edmond Harris new executive vice-president and chief operating officer

MONTREAL — Canadian National Railway Co. says Edmond Harris will be its new executive vice-president and chief operating officer. The Montreal-based rail company says Harris will succeed Rob Reilly effective immediately.
TD-Canada Post lending program paused after suspicious activity detected

TD-Canada Post lending program paused after suspicious activity detected

TORONTO — TD Bank Group says it paused the MyMoney lending program it recently launched with Canada Post after it detected suspicious activity on its system.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,220.49, down 163.28): Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Down $1.18, or 2.49 per cent, to $46.20 on 34.9 million shares.
Arbitrator will referee Dr. J's suit against brand developer

Arbitrator will referee Dr. J's suit against brand developer

DOVER, Del. (AP) — A Delaware judge on Monday halted a lawsuit filed by basketball legend Julius Erving against a brand-development and marketing company, ruling that the dispute must go to arbitration.
Government can't solve housing issues alone, private sector must be involved: CMHC

Government can't solve housing issues alone, private sector must be involved: CMHC

OTTAWA — A new report by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says government alone can't solve the country's housing affordability challenges.
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