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Renters face record high prices, dwindling options in Ottawa |  CBC News

Renters face record high prices, dwindling options in Ottawa | CBC News

Renters in Ottawa are finding it increasingly difficult to secure affordable housing as rents soar to record highs and the number of listings continues to dwindle. The latest data from RentFaster, Canada’s popular rental site, shows that the average monthly price for a two-bedroom apartment, condo, townhouse, duplex or townhouse topped $2,000 a month for …

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Rising Covid-19 and flu infections will exacerbate staff shortages and transport problems as health experts warn the real number of virus cases could be more than twice as bad as it appears.

Third wave of Covid-19, record cases of flu to break the economy, worsen the shortage of workers, problems with transport

Soaring Covid-19 and flu infections will exacerbate staff shortages and transport problems as health experts warn the true number of virus cases may be more than twice as bad as they appear. While the death toll from covid has risen steadily since March, the perception that the disease is no longer as serious for younger …

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Energy consumption in Texas has reached a record as temperatures rise

Energy consumption in Texas has reached a record as temperatures rise

Overhead power lines were seen during record temperatures in Houston, Texas, USA, February 17, 2021. REUTERS / Adrees Latif Register now and get FREE unlimited access at Reuters.com Register June 6 (Reuters) – Texas demand for electricity is set to break its historic record this week, testing the network’s resilience after this year’s generation problems …

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Why this metal can record a “completely ballistic” price jump. In addition, the hissing recovery in energy stocks is facing concerns about global growth

Goldman Sachs metal strategist Nick Snowdon believes that global renewables will push copper prices from the current $ 4.29 a pound to $ 6.80 a pound by the end of the decade. He adds that the fundamental outlook for supply and demand is so dire that it does not rule out an “absolutely ballistic” temporary …

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