OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians worried about his government’s deficits should look at the country’s strong standing with international credit-rating agencies for reassurance.
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Canadian employers may need to step up their game if they want to avoid costly staff turnover, a new survey suggests.
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The national median home price will grow at a low,single-digit rate in 2019, according to the Royal LePage Market Survey Forecast.
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When discussing the state of Canadian housing in 2018 – the new build and resale markets – the main topic of discussions is federal government policy.
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Mark Hawkins talks about how Rentfaster.ca evolved from a small local website to a national brand by stressing customer service
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In the increasingly pricey Greater Toronto Area housing market, every dollar counts for both the buyer and the seller. With land values and speculation driving home prices ever higher, brokerage commission fees are often overlooked as a factor in how much a purchaser pays or a seller receives for their home. The typical commission paid to agents of both buyers and sellers averages at 2.5%, typically totalling 5% of the home’s selling price,and adding thousands of dollars to the cost for both parties.
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In real estate, the single biggest factor affecting price is location. It’s one of the reasons I left Vancouver: it’s a beautiful place —and also the land of the million-dollar tear down.
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It’s hard for Vanshika Dhawan not to think of the $1,400 a month she pays for her half of a shared two-bedroom apartment at Bloor and Church as wasted.
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The holiday season is here, and if you’re hoping that keys to a new place will be under your Christmas tree, you could be in for a surprise as some rental markets in Canada are cooling off.
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Canadian production of crude oil and equivalent products totalled 21.1 million cubic metres (132.6 million barrels) in September, up 5.7per cent compared with the same month in 2017, says Statistics Canada.
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