Morning Brief: PMJT to talk Indigenous affairs at UN

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Today’s Morning Brief is brought to you by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). Our membership includes more than 122,000 REALTORS® from across the country who will be on Parliament Hill from October 16-17 to advocate on behalf of homeowners and communities. ____________________ A good Thursday morning to you. It’s the United Nations’ International Day […]

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