Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty stated he is not worried through the recent wave of companies spinning off property assets into tax-preferred trusts.
Canadian Tire stated a week ago that it'll produce a $3.5 billion investment rely upon an dpo this fall, becoming the eighth company either to sell or propose this kind of IPO this season.
He states he's pleased the condo market in large metropolitan areas, particularly Toronto and Vancouver, has moderated.
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South Korean President Park Geun-hye has fired her spokesman over a sexual assault that allegedly took place during her official visit to the US, the presidential office said Friday.
Yoon Chang-jung, a 57-year-old former journalist, was suspected of sexually assaulting a young woman who worked as an intern at the South Korean Embassy in Washington, Xinhua reported.
A report said Washington police has launched an investigation...Read Full Story
It was fifteen years ago today that I saw Bob Dylan with Joni Mitchell and Van Morrison play at GM Place in Vancouver, a wicked triple bill.Also on this day four years ago I saw Joel Plaskett perform at McDougall Church here in Edmonton.And it was two years ago today that I saw Edmonton band Captain Tractor play at Permanent Records here in Edmonton.In concert news...Joel Plaskett will be playing in Calgary on Friday June 21st at Flames Central as part of the Sled Island Festival.Read Full Story
The Hype .......The Reality ......."Saskatchewan may be creating thousands of new jobs, but most are held by migrant workers according to a recent study by the Canadian Labour Congress. Between 2008 and 2011, 65 per cent of "net new jobs created" were held by temporary foreign workers, the CLC said Friday, citing data from Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Labour Force Survey by Statistics Canada.CLC president Ken Georgetti said he wants those workers "placed in the permanent...Read Full Story
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Former Kelowna Mountie handed suspended sentence for kicking man during arrest
RCMP Constable Geoff Mantler, of the Kelowna, B.C., detachment, poses for photos on Granville Street Saturday morning, Feb. 20, 2010 during the Vancouver Olympic games. A judge in Kelowna, B.C., has handed Mantler, a former Mountie, a suspended sentence an
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KELOWNA, B.C. – A former RCMP officer who kicked a suspect in the face while the man...Read Full Story
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