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Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales down 2.1% at $69.9B in March

Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales down 2.1% at $69.9B in March

OTTAWA — Manufacturing sales fell 2.1 per cent to $69.9 billion in March as sales of petroleum and coal products and motor vehicles fell, Statistics Canada said Wednesday.
Home sales dip in April from prior month as spring listings perk up: CREA

Home sales dip in April from prior month as spring listings perk up: CREA

The Canadian Real Estate Association says the number of homes changing hands in April fell from the previous month despite an influx of new listings hitting the market. On a month-over-month basis, CREA said home sales in April were down 1.
Rob Shaw: A Gordon Campbell intervention could re-shape B.C.'s fall election

Rob Shaw: A Gordon Campbell intervention could re-shape B.C.'s fall election

Political tensions rise in British Columbia as efforts to forge unity among Conservatives and BC United intensify ahead of the provincial election
Data Points: Lower Mainland housing sales near cyclical lows in peak season

Data Points: Lower Mainland housing sales near cyclical lows in peak season

More homeowners are listing their properties as the market cools
Photos + Video: Here's what the new SkyTrain cars look like

Photos + Video: Here's what the new SkyTrain cars look like

The driver's seat is still around!
Haida agreement marks seismic shift in B.C. reconciliation efforts

Haida agreement marks seismic shift in B.C. reconciliation efforts

Questions linger regarding resource management, park access and private land rights
LifeLabs class-action payments of $7.86 start flowing to more than 900,000 claimants

LifeLabs class-action payments of $7.86 start flowing to more than 900,000 claimants

TORONTO — Canadians who applied to be part of a class-action lawsuit against LifeLabs Inc. are now receiving cheques and e-transfers.
New vehicle sales jump in B.C., Canada in March as prices fall

New vehicle sales jump in B.C., Canada in March as prices fall

New truck sales continue to dominate, compared with new car sales
DRIPA may face first legal test over boat docks

DRIPA may face first legal test over boat docks

Pender Harbour residents association plans to sue over co-management agreement
Opinion: Food inflation is changing consumer habits—could it change votes?

Opinion: Food inflation is changing consumer habits—could it change votes?

Shifting diets and budget shopping strategies the new norm as Canadians cope with high food prices
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