Most of Canada’s housing market likely to be fertile ground for bidding wars in 2020

Canadians hoping to buy a house in 2020 better brace themselves for limited choice and plenty of competition, the latest housing market data suggests.

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Climate change education in Canada’s medical schools needs to improve, students say

Canadian medical schools have not adequately addressed the urgent need for training related to planetary health and climate change, and members of the Canadian

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Canada’s response to Iran crash a ‘180-degree shift’ from Air India disaster, experts say

Canada’s response to the Ukrainian air crash tragedy is very different from the way Canadians reacted to the Air India disaster 35 years ago, experts

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Members of Canada’s world junior hockey team return home after winning gold

TORONTO – Members of Canada’s world junior hockey team were greeted by dozens of friends, family and supporters at Pearson International Airport on Monday

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Canada’s Chuba Hubbard chugs along to rushing records in Texas Bowl

Canada’s Chuba Hubbard became the second player in school history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season when he went over

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Is Canada’s tap water safe? Thousands of test results show high lead levels across the country

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians could be consuming tap water laced with high levels of lead leaching from aging infrastructure and plumbing, a large

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Canada’s gender wage gap narrows: women earn $4.13 less than men per hour – National

Women in their core working years earned on average 13.3 per cent less per hour than men in 2018, marking a 5.5 percentage point

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Canada’s first sabre-toothed cat fossil found in Medicine Hat

During the last ice age, huge cats bigger than an African lion prowled Alberta — including the fearsome beast commonly known as the “sabre-toothed tiger,”

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Canada’s household-debt-to-income ratio down slightly in second quarter – National

The size of Canadians’ debt compared to their income declined slightly between April and June of 2019, as incomes grew a bit faster than

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Canada’s big cities push political parties for policies on digital economy, privacy – National

Chambers of commerce from Canada’s biggest cities will release a campaign wish list Wednesday urging political parties to commit to establishing national data-governance standards,

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