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Here's a list January inflation rates for Canadian provinces

Here's a list January inflation rates for Canadian provinces

OTTAWA — Canada's annual inflation rate was 2.9 per cent in January, Statistics Canada says. Here's what happened in the provinces (previous month in brackets): — Newfoundland and Labrador: 2.5 per cent (3.4) — Prince Edward Island: 1.6 per cent (2.
Here's a list of January inflation rates for selected Canadian cities

Here's a list of January inflation rates for selected Canadian cities

OTTAWA — Canada's annual inflation rate was 2.9 per cent in January, Statistics Canada says.
Commercial production at new Methanex plant in Louisiana delayed after problems

Commercial production at new Methanex plant in Louisiana delayed after problems

VANCOUVER — Methanex Corp. says commercial production at its new methanol plant in Louisiana has been delayed due to complications during the late stages of its initial startup process.
Worried about a cyberattack? Here are tips to help protect your digital assets

Worried about a cyberattack? Here are tips to help protect your digital assets

TORONTO — The number of cyberattacks victimizing Canadians has been steadily growing over the last decade and is projected to keep rising.
Personal cyber insurance nascent but growing in demand as digital crimes increase

Personal cyber insurance nascent but growing in demand as digital crimes increase

TORONTO — When it comes to protecting against cyberattacks, identity theft and other digital crimes, Canadians have been hearing the same advice for years: vary your passwords, use two-factor authentication and consider a virtual private network to m
Capital One to buy Discover for $35 billion in deal that combines major US credit card companies

Capital One to buy Discover for $35 billion in deal that combines major US credit card companies

NEW YORK (AP) — Capital One Financial is buying Discover Financial Services for $35 billion, in a deal that would bring together two of the nation's biggest lenders and credit card issuers.
Railway union warns work stoppage looms after CN, CPKC seek conciliation

Railway union warns work stoppage looms after CN, CPKC seek conciliation

MONTREAL — The union representing 9,300 workers at Canada's two biggest railways says public safety is at stake after contract negotiations ground to a halt this month, with a potential strike on the horizon.
Tax season officially kicks off with most Canadians' returns due by April 30

Tax season officially kicks off with most Canadians' returns due by April 30

OTTAWA — Tax filing season has officially kicked off as Monday marked the first day that Canadians can begin filing their income tax returns online.
Houthi rebels' attack severely damages a Belize-flagged ship in key strait leading to the Red Sea

Houthi rebels' attack severely damages a Belize-flagged ship in key strait leading to the Red Sea

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A missile attack by Yemen's Houthi rebels that damaged a Belize-flagged ship traveling through the Bab el-Mandeb Strait that connects the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden has forced the crew to abandon the ship, authori
Economists expect inflation eased in January, but housing still 'thorn' in BoC's side

Economists expect inflation eased in January, but housing still 'thorn' in BoC's side

OTTAWA — As the Bank of Canada waits for the right moment to start cutting interest rates, some economists are arguing that its decision shouldn't hinge on the housing market.