What’s in store for the coming year?


It’s a new year and another 12 months of, depending on your circumstances, working to pay mortgages, investing in your retirement or simply making it to the next paychque.

Optimism usually abounds at the beginning of the new year. What do you think is in store for the local, provincial and national economies?

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