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Edmonton’s tallest condo targets high-end market

EDMONTON – The city’s tallest condominium – currently under construction – stretches 35 stories high, sitting at Jasper Avenue and 119 Street and overlooks the River Valley. 711 more words

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More customers fight for refunds on undelivered products from deal website

Watch video above: Dealticker group buying site still at odds with consumers. Sean O’Shea reports. 

TORONTO – A Toronto-area group-buying website is under fire again Wednesday after… 309 more words

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Dispute brewing in Pointe-Claire over liquor licence

POINTE-CLAIRE – Le Manoir has been a fixture in Point-Claire for more than 40 years, serving up chicken wings and beer to hungry patrons and hockey fans. 234 more words

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CBS 11 Steals & Deals: April 23

CBS 11 News viewers save big with Steals & Deals. Each week during CBS 11 News, viewers have an opportunity to learn about products being offered at… 226 more words

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All companies now entirely creepy

It’s nice to be loved.

A few weeks ago I got an email saying that somebody missed me very much. They were quite emotional – they pined for me to come and see them again, said it had been too long, yearned to catch up. 616 more words

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Spike in gas prices worse this year than in past, experts say

Watch: Gas prices have been steadily edging up across Canada, hitting record highs in some places. Mike Armstrong explains why.

CALGARY – A gasoline price spike is to be expected around this time of year as refineries prepare for the summer driving season, but there are some factors making this year’s pre-Victoria Day bump more painful than usual. 450 more words

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