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  • Toronto condo builders have taken conservative path to adding supply: CMHC
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    Canada’s telecom regulator played hardball earlier this week when it told a Toronto condo development that it must grant access to fibre network start-up Beanfield Metroconnect.

    Toronto condo builders have taken conservative path to adding supply: CMHC

    Canada’s telecom regulator played hardball earlier this week when it told a Toronto condo development that it must grant access to fibre network start-up Beanfield Metroconnect.

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    Culture of millenial ‘work martyrs’ leads them to forfeit vacation time: study Insight

    According to a report published by Project: Time Off, an initiative created by the U.S. Travel Association, Wednesday millennial workers are the “most likely generation to forfeit time off,” even though …

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    According to a report published by Project: Time Off, an initiative created by the U.S. Travel Association, Wednesday millennial workers are the “most likely generation to forfeit time off,” even though they are granted the fewest vacation days.

  • The most and least expensive sports for aspiring Olympians
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    At the opening ceremonies, one flag stood out amongst the sea of more than 200 countries and 11,000 athletes traipsing the Olympic conveyor belt leading into Rio’s Maracanã Stadium – a simple white flag …

    The most and least expensive sports for aspiring Olympians

    At the opening ceremonies, one flag stood out amongst the sea of more than 200 countries and 11,000 athletes traipsing the Olympic conveyor belt leading into Rio’s Maracanã Stadium – a simple white flag marked with the five Olympic rings and carried by Rose Nathike Lokonyen. Lokonyen is a refugee who fled South Sudan in …

  • Dan Carley
    Ten lottery winners who lost it all Insight

    Dan Carley isn’t the only lottery winner with a tragic tale of riches to rags. Here’s a look at others who lucked out but lost it all.

    Dan Carley

    Dan Carley isn’t the only lottery winner with a tragic tale of riches to rags. Here’s a look at others who lucked out but lost it all.

  • Canada's Olympic medallists in Rio will earn hefty tax bill
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    Canadian Olympians will be coming home with a medal and prize money, but not without a tax bill to match.

    Canada's Olympic medallists in Rio will earn hefty tax bill

    Canadian Olympians will be coming home with a medal and prize money, but not without a tax bill to match.

  • Are Canadians 'too polite' to question their financial advisors? feed_manager_auto_publish_494--autopubtest_WPTUMBLR_485

    Canadians are highly trusting of their financial advisors according to a new survey by Hennick Wealth Management. “As Canadians we’re too polite, we don’t ask questions like how have we done?” he say …

    Are Canadians 'too polite' to question their financial advisors?

    Canadians are highly trusting of their financial advisors according to a new survey by Hennick Wealth Management. “As Canadians we’re too polite, we don’t ask questions like how have we done?” he says.

  • How Canada's Olympians find the money to fund their journey feed_manager_auto_publish_494--autopubtest_WPTUMBLR_485

    Dominick Gauthier is buzzing. Antoine Valois-Fortier’s preliminary win is just the sort of success story that the group of private donors who have contributed to B2ten are looking for.

    How Canada's Olympians find the money to fund their journey

    Dominick Gauthier is buzzing. Antoine Valois-Fortier’s preliminary win is just the sort of success story that the group of private donors who have contributed to B2ten are looking for.

  • Worried about expensive back-to-school shopping? You're not alone Insight

    More than one-third of Canadians say expenses are the top stressor when doing back to school shopping.

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    More than one-third of Canadians say expenses are the top stressor when doing back to school shopping.

  • QUIZ: This week in business news, August 6-12 Insight

    See how savvy you are with our finance news quiz of the week!

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    See how savvy you are with our finance news quiz of the week!

  • Ontario man who won $5M lottery 10 years ago convicted of dealing cocaine Insight

    At just 24-year-olds, he had a fiancee, his own business and $5 million in the bank after winning the lottery.

    Dan Carley

    At just 24-year-olds, he had a fiancee, his own business and $5 million in the bank after winning the lottery.

  • Google is looking into drones that get up close and personal with office workers Insight

    Google was awarded a new patent on Tuesday for a small screen-carrying drone that could project videos as its hovers around the office.

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    Google was awarded a new patent on Tuesday for a small screen-carrying drone that could project videos as its hovers around the office.

  • Humanity has officially depleted its renewable resources for the year Insight

    Like a teenager blowing all of his or her first paycheque, humanity has officially depleted all of its renewable natural resources for the year – just 221 days in.

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    Like a teenager blowing all of his or her first paycheque, humanity has officially depleted all of its renewable natural resources for the year – just 221 days in.

  • How to organize a cost-effective funeral – without seeming cheap Insight

    With the cost of living going up and up, the last thing people want to think about is the cost of dying. But funerals and arrangements can suck up a large chunk of cash.

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    With the cost of living going up and up, the last thing people want to think about is the cost of dying. But funerals and arrangements can suck up a large chunk of cash.

  • River cruises making a big splash among travellers Insight

    While it is still a relatively small part of an industry worth billions of dollars, between five and 10 per cent, the annual growth rate of river cruises is much faster when compared to ocean cruises.

    River cruise

    While it is still a relatively small part of an industry worth billions of dollars, between five and 10 per cent, the annual growth rate of river cruises is much faster when compared to ocean cruises.

  • Vancouver realtors slammed for offering to help widower sell his home Insight

    A pair of Vancouver real estate agents are apologizing for a “sympathy note” they mailed to a recently widowed man that offered to help him sell his home “when the time is right.”

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    A pair of Vancouver real estate agents are apologizing for a “sympathy note” they mailed to a recently widowed man that offered to help him sell his home “when the time is right.”

  • Rude coworkers can have a toxic effect on your family life: study Insight

    A recent study says separating your work life from your home life may be harder than you think, and the toxic effects of rude or disrespectful colleagues can spread to your home.

    Michael Scott

    A recent study says separating your work life from your home life may be harder than you think, and the toxic effects of rude or disrespectful colleagues can spread to your home.

  • Researchers expose new gap in security of credit card chips Insight

    Researchers have found a new flaw in chip-based credit cards that could leave many consumers exposed to potential theft.

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    Researchers have found a new flaw in chip-based credit cards that could leave many consumers exposed to potential theft.

  • Putting a face to your business can reassure wary online buyers Insight

    A new paper says that putting a face to an online business can help ease shoppers’ wariness about scams and fraud.

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    A new paper says that putting a face to an online business can help ease shoppers’ wariness about scams and fraud.

  • Self-driving trucks have potential to solve driver shortage – without stealing jobs Insight

    Automation in the truck industry has been said to threaten jobs, but it may actually help save a dying industry.

    A truck driver gets out from his truck at a container terminal at Incheon port in Incheon

    Automation in the truck industry has been said to threaten jobs, but it may actually help save a dying industry.

  • QUIZ: This week in business news, July 30-August 5 Insight

    See how savvy you are with our finance news quiz of the week!

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    See how savvy you are with our finance news quiz of the week!