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Working: a new way to remain in shape?

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Working: a new way to remain in shape?

According to a CROP survey carried out within the framework of the 2007 AXA Retirement Scope, more than 10% of active Canadians (those who hold a job), consider working after ...

Residential real estate must be promoted among private investors

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Residential real estate must be promoted among private investors - tenant

Residential real estate must be promoted among private investors

No-one can deny that private investors are probably not interested in building rental units without being forced to anticipate much lower rents, while the ...

Office construction boom drives record profits this year

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Office construction boom drives record profits this year - construction

Office construction boom drives record profits this year

After more than three years of growth, profits in Canada's non-residential construction industry are expected to peak at ...

Consumer prices rose 2.2% in July

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Consumer prices rose 2.2% in July

Consumer prices rose 2.2% in July compared with July 2006, identical to the increases of the ...

New Survey Indicates Majority Plan to Postpone Retirement

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New Survey Indicates Majority Plan to Postpone Retirement

For many workers, retirement won't mean an end to their careers. Only one in three workers (34 per cent) polled said they plan to quit work entirely once they're ready to ...