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What's the weight of an average-priced Toronto home, in gold?

How much gold do you need to buy a home in Toronto?

Five-hundred and forty-two ounces, if you ask BMO chief economist Douglas Porter.

It’s just one more metric to demonstrate how “crazy” home prices in the 6ix have become, he said in a… 370 more words

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LuLaRoe Retailers Sue Company Over Claims Of Poor Quality, Over Saturated Market

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — LuLaRoe, known for its unique patterned leggings, has been filling the closets of countless mothers across the country, but now some who have invested thousands of dollars to sell the popular product say it’s a bad business deal. 667 more words

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Summer Of Savings: Memorial Day Travel

BOSTON (CBS) – Summer unofficially kicks off this weekend with the Memorial Day holiday.

But if it feels like you were just dealing with snow and not thinking of summer travel, you aren’t alone. 338 more words

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Anarchist group claims responsibility for Saint-Henri vandalism

At Arthur’s Nosh bar in Montreal’s Saint-Henri borough, co-owner Reagan Steinberg is getting ready for the lunch rush.

She first opened her popular restaurant on Notre-Dame Street last year, saying she loves the area. 381 more words

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Employees in Austin are making more than national average

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Workers in the Austin-area make about 2 percent more per hour than the May 2016 nationwide average of $23.86, according to the… 162 more words

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GM is latest automaker accused of diesel emissions cheating

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — General Motors is the latest automaker to be accused of designing a diesel engine that can cheat on emissions testing.

A civil lawsuit filed in federal court in Michigan on Thursday claims the diesel versions of the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups produce higher levels of nitrous oxide when they are being driven than during tests. 229 more words

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Insurers Look To Raise Prices, Abandon ACA Markets

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — People searching for insurance through the Affordable Care Act may face higher prices and fewer choices next year in various parts of the U.S. 623 more words

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