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Liberals spent about $40M winning election

OTTAWA - The Liberal party spent more money than ever before to secure victory in Monday's election — but it still didn't come close...
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Federal Parties Need to Spend Final Weeks of Campaign Defining Economic Vision for Ontario

A new report by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) calls on all federal parties to put Ontario’s economy in the spotlight during these...

Your Money Mess Up Could Make You Money

With the increased costs of tuition and post-secondary education, a few extra dollars could really help. Tell us about your money mistakes and you...

No recession here, says Joe Oliver

TORONTO - Finance Minister Joe Oliver says Canada was not in a recession in the first half of the year despite economic data to...
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Harper riding high on surprise surplus

OTTAWA - Stephen Harper was hanging 10 on the crest of a surprise budget surplus Tuesday, showing off his fiscal bona fides as the...
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Helpful Back to School Shopping Tips

With August almost over, September is quickly on its way. If you haven’t noticed them yet, you will start to see them cropping up...
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Restlessness resumes on Toronto stock market

TORONTO - Canada's largest stock market is having another unsettled day following continued volatility in China. The Toronto Stock Exchange's main index showed a triple-digit...
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City Council Appoints New Chief Administrative Officer

After a thorough recruitment process, Sault Ste. Marie City Council has approved the appointment of Mr. Al Horsman to the position of Chief Administrative...
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Ontario Pension Comparability Changes “A Step In The Right Direction”

ONTARIO PENSION COMPARABILITY CHANGES “A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION,” ACCORDING TO SAULT STE. MARIE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND THE ONTARIO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sault...
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Chippewa County homebuyers receive MSHDA grant

MSHDA allocates $155,000 to fund local homeownership opportunities SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH. – Two Chippewa County homebuyers will receive help to purchase and rehabilitate their...

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