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Top Stories - National:
-Premium Tea a Growing Business in Canada (Globe & Mail)
-More Stores are Shutting their Doors (Niagara News)
-A compostable garbage bag for the eco-minded grocer (Globe & Mail)
-Interest rate hike might threaten Canadian commercial real estate sector's prospects (Mortgage Broker News)
-First Capital Realty Announces Annual and Q4 Results (Press release)
Canadian News - Regional:
Central Canada: ON/QC/Maritimes
-Help wanted: Sydney searching for someone to revitalize city's downtown (Nova Scotia: CBC)
-Grand Touring Automobiles showcases high-end vehicles at Canadian International AutoShow (Toronto: Yahoo Finance)
Western Canada: BC/AB/SK/MB
-Vacant retail space in BC rejigged as self-storage (Business in Vancouver)
-BC's used-goods industry tops $1 billion (Business in Vancouver)
-BC's most influential brands 2017 (BC Business)
-Couple hanging up shoes after long tenure at Willowbrook mall (Langley Times)
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