Canada’s inflation hit the 3 per cent mark for the first time since 2011 in July, an unexpected surge that adds pressure on the Bank of Canada to accelerate interest-rate increases.
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A David and a Goliath have shaken up the investment industry this month with new investment products that take the growing trend of low-fee investing one step further and charge no fees at all.
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You wouldn’t believe it, but the Keystone XL project, now a decade old, has hit yet another legal snag, which could delay construction once again.
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With studies showing more people are going online for research when thinking of buying or selling a home, real estate professionals are increasingly leveraging the power of social media to build their business.
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The Canadian real estate industry is used to disregarding gloomy predictions.
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Higher Canadian interest rates don’t appear to be worsening the pain for consumers, yet.
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Canada’s latest job creation numbers out at the end of last week were astounding. The most recent figures for the country’s economic growth, at an annual rate of 2.6 per cent, were better than almost anyone expected.
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They are the generation that changed the world and even though the leading edge of the generation has passed the 70-years-old mark, they’re not going away soon, says the Royal LePage Boomer Trends Survey.
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Canada’s jobless rate returned to four- decade lows in July on stronger-than-expected employment gains.
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The problem with so many suburbs is that there’s just no there there.
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