ANALYSIS-Canada drops deficit taboo, looks to stimulus


By Randall Palmer OTTAWA, Nov 25 (Reuters) - With astonishing swiftness, Canada's decade-long taboo on running a federal deficit has been replaced by a debate on how fast billions of dollars can be shoveled out the door to rescue the economy. Alone in the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations,

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