There’s no shortage of ways for thieves to steal your
identity. From data breaches to phone scams seeking to collect your information
to sell on the black market, it could happen to anyone.
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The deep freeze in the Canadian housing markets continues.
The latest housing market stats show that housing sales and prices in January
were lower than the ones recorded a year earlier.
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Tourism in Canada had its second consecutive record-breaking
year in 2018 with 21.13 million travellers to Canada, according to a report
released on Thursday by Destination Canada.
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The legalization of recreational cannabis on October 17,
2018 creates new legal issues that landlords must now address.
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Canadians are ramping up borrowing against their homes even
as the real estate market slumps, exposing the country’s financial system to
vulnerabilities, rating company DBRS said.
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The Canadian natural gas distribution and transport pipeline
industry posted total operating revenues of $18 billion in 2017, up 2.9 per
cent from 2016, according to Statistics Canada.
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The Canadian dollar may need to fall to the lowest levels in
at least 15 years to allow exporters to drive the nation’s expansion, according
to CIBC Capital Markets.
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Of all the recent legal shenanigans in Ottawa, the failure
to plug money laundering loopholes remains the most egregious.
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James Gurney thinks investing in real estate is a great way
to build your nest egg, whether you’re 30 or 60, as long as you consider this
advice: If you’re buying property, act your age.
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Since 2016, people have found love and friendship with the
popular interactive game Pokemon Go.
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