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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 2 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Abbotsford News / Posted 3 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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dna
Stocks lower on Barcelona crash, Washington turmoil; yields steadyU.S. and European equities fell on Thursday as investors trimmed their exposure
dna / Posted 4 minutes ago
U.S. and European equities fell on Thursday as investors trimmed their exposure to riskier assets amid ongoing uncertainty over whether the Trump administration will be able to proceed with its economic agenda and after cautious tones from U.S. and... Read more
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100 Mile House Free Press
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
100 Mile House Free Press / Posted 4 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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The North Island Gazette
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
The North Island Gazette / Posted 4 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Outlook for Talbot positiveThe outlook for Talbot Gardens is much more optimistic at this point of the sum
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 4 minutes ago
The outlook for Talbot Gardens is much more optimistic at this point of the summer than it was several months ago. It will be business as usual at the arena this fall save for the exclusion of some rink-side seating. At this point, Norfolk County... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Comox Valley Record / Posted 5 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 6 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 6 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Castlegar News
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Castlegar News / Posted 6 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Kitimat Sentinel
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Kitimat Sentinel / Posted 7 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Arrow Lakes News
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Arrow Lakes News / Posted 7 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Peace Arch News / Posted 8 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Orange County Business Journal
PE Firm Buys Burbank ManufacturerNewport Beach private equity firm JW Hill Capital has acquired an aerospace par
Orange County Business Journal / Posted 8 minutes ago
Newport Beach private equity firm JW Hill Capital has acquired an aerospace parts manufacturer in Burbank. Financial details of the purchase of GKN Aerospace Bandy Machining Inc. weren’t disclosed. JW Hill, run by former Rockwell Collins executive... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Modular shelter on track to open this fall in ChilliwackIt will get dozens of people off the streets in Chilliwack. A temporary modula
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 8 minutes ago
It will get dozens of people off the streets in Chilliwack. A temporary modular shelter to house the homeless is on track to open this fall. Plans are moving ahead by Salvation Army of Chilliwack to open a new “low-barrier” facility at the Yale... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 8 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 8 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Houston Today
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Houston Today / Posted 9 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Oak Bay News / Posted 9 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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TribLIVE
Highmark reports record half-year performance | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville
TribLIVE / Posted 10 minutes ago
| TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only Highmark reports record... Read more
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The Border Mail
$28.5b of Telstra value torched under Penn's leadershipThe value destruction during the reign of Andy Penn has been enormous. By 10.1
The Border Mail / Posted 10 minutes ago
The value destruction during the reign of Andy Penn has been enormous. By 10.11am on Thursday morning, Telstra's army of investors had collectively torched $28.5 billion under Andy Penn's leadership. Is it time to look for a new leader? The value... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 10 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Penticton Western News / Posted 10 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Blind, matted dog found wandering in road; owner arrestedIn Focus with Allison Walker Torres is a 30-minute public affairs program, feat
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 10 minutes ago
In Focus with Allison Walker Torres is a 30-minute public affairs program, featuring a roundtable of newsmakers representing a range of perspectives, including local officials and expert analysts as they tackle topical issues of importance to... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Rand, stocks weaker after rally#RandReport: The rand rallied overnight to reach R13.1300, its firmest since
Eye Witness News / Posted 11 minutes ago
#RandReport: The rand rallied overnight to reach R13.1300, its firmest since 8 August, and was on the front foot for most of the session before stumbling lower as traders booked profits ahead of the weekend. Picture:... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Aldergrove Star / Posted 11 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Keremeos Review
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Keremeos Review / Posted 11 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Business Insider
False rumors that Gary Cohn is leaving the White House just spooked Wall Street — for a good reasonThe US stock market spent the past few months grinding ever higher, setting rec
Business Insider / Posted 11 minutes ago
The US stock market spent the past few months grinding ever higher, setting records seemingly every week. On Thursday, however, a rumor that President Donald Trump's top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, was quitting his team spooked the seemingly calm... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: surveyFour out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home,
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 11 minutes ago
Four out of five ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. don’t think they can afford a home, a new Royal LePage survey suggests. The province has the highest percentage of 25- to 30-year-olds who believe they won’t be able to buy a home within the next five... Read more
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Business Wire
Global Graphene Battery Market to Grow at a CAGR of 3.83% by 2024: Key Players are Cabot Corp, Grabat Power, Graphene3D Labs, NanoXplore, SiNode Systems, Skeleton Technologies, Vorbeck & XG SciencesThe global graphene battery market is projected to display a vigorous growth re
Business Wire / Posted 12 minutes ago
The global graphene battery market is projected to display a vigorous growth represented by a CAGR of over 38.34% during 2016-2024, primarily driven by increasing sales of electric vehicle and rising need for the portable consumer electronic products... Read more
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