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Windsor's jobless rate up slightly

However, the Bank of Canada kept its key lending rate at 1.25 per cent at last week's scheduled rate announcement and said wage growth "remains lower than would be typical in an economy with no labour market slack". For February, the report also found that average hourly wage growth, which is under close watch by the Bank of Canada ahead of interest-rate decisions, stayed solid at 3.1 per cent.

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U.S. warns African nations that Chinese loans could threaten sovereignty

The chairman of the African Union Commission confirmed today alongside Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that he received a letter from President Trump about two weeks after the president's reported remark calling Haiti and African nations "shithole countries".

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China to boost military spending by 8 percent

A report submitted to the National People's Congress at the opening of its annual session on Monday says the process was set in motion by Xi at a meeting of the ruling Communist Party's Politburo on September 29. "This is a significant structural change that we had [previously] tried but failed to achieve", he said. Photo: Carrie Lam, via Facebook. Despite the lower deficit target, the absolute amount of the deficit is expected to be unchanged at 2.38 trillion yuan, according to the ...

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Utah high school student who attempted to detonate bomb was 'researching' ISIS

The student who found the backpack sitting near a vending machine said it contained matches, canisters, and was making a "sizzling" sound. The suspect was a student at the Pine View High School and was attending classes at the time of his arrest .

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Oklahoma Opioid Deaths Continue To Rise

The jump was driven in part by a 109 percent increase in Wisconsin. A similar surge of cases was seen in Delaware. This data may not be a indicative of the epidemic as a whole, as many individuals who experience an overdose are not always admitted into urgent care facilities.

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Flu death toll in DE increases to 28, ties record high

Those who are having flu-like symptoms such as fever, body aches, fatigue and chills are encouraged to stay home from public gatherings until they are able to go 24 hours without a fever, and without fever-reducing medication. "The season's not over but we're definitely on the downward trend right now", said Dr. Anne Schuchat, the CDC's acting director. It had been driven by a kind of flu that tends to put more people in the hospital and cause more deaths, and officials lately are seeing ...