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Workers in economic regions that had a higher unemployment rate were expected to retire two years earlier, on average, than workers in economic regions with a lower unemployment rate.

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The number of people receiving regular Employment Insurance benefits rose by 2.0% (+9,900) to 509,800 in February, following five months of little change. Compared with 12 months earlier, the number of beneficiaries was down slightly (-0.7% or -3,500).

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Between 1999 and 2012, the value of debt and assets held by Canadian families both rose. However, the debt and assets increased at different rates by category of family.

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Liquor stores, agencies and other retail outlets sold $20.5 billion worth of alcoholic beverages during the fiscal year ending March 31, 2014, up 1.1% from the previous year.

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For couples on the brink of getting married, the whole “how do we co-manage our finances” subject can really dampen the celebratory mood.

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Two weeks before my senior year of college, I realized that my student debt was out of control.

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While it feels as if nothing has changed in many ways with the conventional credit card for at least a decade – other than the fact that hackers can now use your card fraudulently just because you bought headphones at Target or Home Depot – in reality, some major changes are in the works for credit cards and the credit industry in the next five years.

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In 2012, total underground activity was $42.4 billion in Canada or about 2.3% of gross domestic product (GDP).

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Real gross domestic product (GDP) was unchanged in February following a 0.2% decline in January.

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