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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promises tax cut to save average taxpayer hundreds of dollars

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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a new tax cut plan Sunday that he says will put hundreds of dollars back in the pocket of every taxpaying Canadian.

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Victim in deadly Mississauga shooting ID'd as Grade 12 student Jonathan Davis

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A 17-year-old boy killed in a shooting in Mississauga, Ont., has been identified as Jonathan Davis, a Grade 12 student just weeks into his final year of high school. 

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Ontario health-care workers' pension has up to $430M at stake in Danish tax dispute

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One of Canada's largest pension funds has been hauled into court in Denmark in a dispute about whether it improperly claimed hundreds of millions of dollars in tax rebates on Danish stock dividends.

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Toronto immigration firm charges $170K for fake Canadian job, undercover investigation reveals

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A Toronto immigration company offered a job to an undercover journalist posing as a Chinese national seeking permanent residence in Canada for $170,000. For that fee, WonHonTa Consulting Inc. said, the would-be immigrant would be buying the job and paying their own wage.

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The Cars lead singer Ric Ocasek dead at 75

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Ric Ocasek — The Cars lead singer whose deadpan vocal delivery and lanky, sunglassed look defined a rock era with chart-topping hits like Just What I Needed — was discovered dead Sunday afternoon in his Manhattan apartment.

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Bianca Andreescu accepts key to Mississauga as hometown celebrates U.S. Open champion

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Tennis star Bianca Andreescu was given the key to the city by Missisauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie on Sunday, as thousands rallied in her hometown to celebrate the recent U.S. Open champion.

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Victoria university opens counselling services after deadly bus crash kills 2 students

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University of Victoria students are grappling with the sudden deaths of two of their peers in a bus crash Friday evening en route to a marine research centre.

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Ontario health-care workers' pension has up to $430M at stake in Danish tax dispute

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One of Canada's largest pension funds has been hauled into court in Denmark in a dispute about whether it improperly claimed hundreds of millions of dollars in tax rebates on Danish stock dividends.

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Best Buy, Staples accused of 'urging' customers to pirate TV shows with devices sold in stores

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Super Channel, a pay TV network, has filed a lawsuit against four Canadian retailers, including Best Buy and Staples, for allegedly selling "pirate devices" and teaching customers how to use them to pirate content.

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Oil prices jump 15% following drone attack on Saudi facility

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Following an attack on the world's largest oil processing facility, prices have surged 15 per cent in global markets. Five per cent of the world's oil production was halted due to the attack, while the return to full oil capacity could take 'weeks, not days.'

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GM's 49,000 workers in U.S. set to strike at midnight after contract talks break down, UAW says

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The union representing about 49,000 General Motors workers in the U.S. said they would go on strike at midnight Sunday night because contract negotiations with the automaker had broken down, in what would be the first broad strike since 1982. "We do not take this lightly," UAW vice-president says following meetings in Detroit.

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When it comes to personal finances, most Canadian voters have the same concerns

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Over the course of this election, political parties will spend millions targeting voters. They'll try to convince you they're just like you. They're worried about the same things you are and hopeful about the same things, too. But how much do we Canadians really know about one another?

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Airline watchdog looking into complaints, vaping illnesses rise: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

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CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.

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