The Court of Appeal judgement which found that a 2013 amendment to housing legislation was “unconstitutional” last night sparked a furious political row, drawing stinging criticism from the Opposition over the Government’s handling of the matter and a stern rebuke from No.6 Convent Place.
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Chinese property stocks in Hong Kong and China dropped on Friday under the weakest yuan in a year, continuing the trend of a sector which has been falling in recent months.
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Nationally, recipients fell in all 10 broad occupation groups, led by education, law and social, and community and government services
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Changes target Canadians who may have difficulty qualifying for a mortgage as their incomes may vary or become less predictable
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City councillors signalled their support during a committee meeting Thursday for construction to move ahead on the second phase of the Airport Trail project.
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VANCOUVER — Homeowners groups in British Columbia will soon be able to fine owners or residents up to $1,000 a day for defying the corporation’s bylaws on short-term rentals.
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Health Minister Sarah Hoffman unveiled the location of the Misericordia Community Hospital’s new emergency department Thursday.
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‘You never get that chance to relax and not have hydrovac trucks or heavy equipment beeping around’
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Blue carts are being credited for a huge boost in recycling volumes in Medicine Hat during its first month of the curbside service.
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What you don’t know about insurance policies can cost you. That’s the new finding from a national survey by comparison website insuranceQuotes.
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