Fast Five – July 14, 2017


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Home builders voice their concerns over the future of lumber building materials, the B.C. wildfires have forced farmers to evacuate to safety, and the Bank of Canada’s rate hike is [...]

Fast Five – July 7, 2017


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Saskatchewan home builders voice their concerns over the new Provincial Sales Tax requirements, Canadian exports and imports both reached record highs in May, and the manufacturing sector is seeing an [...]

Fast Five – June 30, 2017


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An Alberta judge offers recommendations on agriculture safety training and annual equipment checks following a death in 2014, the City of Vancouver is proposing that restaurants list drink sizes and [...]

Fast Five – June 23, 2017


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Canadian retailer and supermarket chain shares fall as Amazon announces its plan to buy Whole Foods, consumers can expect meat prices in grocery stores and butchers to rise up to [...]

Fast Five – June 16, 2017


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The Government of Canada is investing in and promoting agricultural and food industry educational resources to schools across Canada, grocery stores are seeing less traffic in the middle aisles as [...]

Fast Five – June 9, 2017


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The Government of Canada is investing in an online tool for farmers to help assess potential risks and provide solutions, the Toronto and Vancouver housing markets cooled down in May [...]

Fast Five – June 2, 2017


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The latest Canadian GDP figures for the first quarter are up sharply but fall short of analyst expectations, continued rain in British Columbia is prompting a flood warning for parts [...]

Fast Five – May 26, 2017


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Following the law suits about Volkswagen’s emissions tests new allegations have emerged against General Motors, continued low interest rates lead many to believe Canadian home prices won’t be dropping, the [...]

Fast Five – May 19, 2017


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The recent flooding in communities across Canada has prompted local governments to remind consumers to watch out for fraudulent contractors and renovators, the government of Quebec has made an announcement [...]

Fast Five – May 12, 2017


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Prime Minister Trudeau spoke about the importance of combating climate change after the recent flooding of cities across Canada, a new bill by the Alberta government will set new standards [...]