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Gasoline continues to exert most of the pressure on rising consumer prices

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Gasoline continues to exert most of the pressure on rising consumer prices

Consumer prices have risen by 3,4 % in July of 2008, compared to the same period last year, upward relative to the growth over 12 months of 3,1 % registered in ...

The Consumer is more and more aware [of the importance] of Energy Economics

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The Consumer is more and more aware [of the importance] of Energy Economics

The Québécois consumer is more and more aware [of the importance> of energy economics and the owners of rentable apartments are so more in particular. There are several tools to ...

Resale Market remains vigorous in July

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Resale Market remains vigorous in July

The resale market for the metropolitan region of Montreal continues to maintain itself, contrary to other large Canadian cities, even while showing a slight decrease of 1 % in ...

Training sessions APQ to recommence soon

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Training sessions APQ to recommence soon

Members of the APQ will soon be able again to freely enjoy training sessions offered by the APQ, sessions which will recommence beginning on the 16th of coming September, mainly in four ...

Consumer prices rose 3.1% in the 12-months ending June 2008

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Consumer prices rose 3.1% in the 12-months ending June 2008 - price increase Consumer statcan Canada index upward pressure Price

Consumer prices rose 3.1% in the 12-months ending June 2008

Fuelled by higher gasoline prices, consumer prices rose 3.1% in the 12-months ending June 2008, compared with the 2.2% gain recorded in ...