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Hall of Fame candidate breakdown: Mike Piazza
Is this the year that Mike Piazza gets enough support to make it to Cooperstown? (USATSI) For the next several days, we at Eye On Baseball will be breaking down the cases of each candidate on the...
Read more at CBS Sports
Manitoba economy expected to grow 2.9% in 2015: R...
Manitoba will be one of the country’s leaders in economic growth next year, according to the latest forecast from the Royal Bank of Canada. In its latest provincial outlook report released today, RBC...
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Bank of Canada
Federal workplace safety watchdog clears Cumberla...
FREEPORT, Maine — The Cumberland landscaping company that employed a man killed in an industrial accident in June will not be sanctioned by the federal government. After an investigation into the...
Read more at Bangor Daily News
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
CoinJar relocates offshore to avoid GST burden
Melbourne-based Bitcoin exchange CoinJar is moving its headquarters to London in the UK where it says it can do business in a less burdensome regulatory environment. In August, the Australian...
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Manitoba's housing affordability improving
Housing affordability in Manitoba improved in the third quarter of this year as an abundant supply of available homes continued to put downward pressure on prices, according to a new report from RBC...
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Home-buying: A ‘stretch’ in Toronto, no holding b...
These are stories Report on Business is following Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014. Affordability eases for some Owning a home still appears be out of reach for many people in Toronto, but sky-high prices...
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Gull issues warning over docked wages
An investigation has been launched and Gull was looking in to the situation. File photo / Sarah Ivey Gull has issued a warning to its petrol stations not to dock workers' pay when customers drive off...
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