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You CAN negotiate your salary, even if it's your first job. Here are our tips for getting your boss to fork over a few extra bucks.

Recent house price increases in Toronto are being driven by demand from foreign and domestic buyers who are caught up in a bubble of growing price expectations, and are not due to a fundamental lack of housing in the city, according to a new study released Monday.

Jim Main is set to put a lot of people through school. But it’s not his children who are the recipients. Mr. Main, a 94-year-old retired chartered accountant from Toronto, has set up 11 registered education savings funds (RESPs) for all of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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The market has been hitting new highs. Resource stocks are up and down like a yo-yo. And with Donald Trump and Brexit, gold is back in the conversation. In these confusing times, what is an investor to do? Are there any places to hide?

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