The real estate and mortgage industry has been reacting the announcement of Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan which includes potential curbs on vacant properties and a foreign buyers’ tax
Mortgage borrowing increased in May as low interest rates boosted sentiment.
Canada’s economic growth will be closely watched Tuesday as Statistics Canada releases the latest GDP figures.
New figures show that seniors are carrying increasingly levels of debt into retirement and bankruptcies among the demographic are soaring.
The Alberta government wants to increase the minimum wage this fall and move towards ending the lower rate for liquor servers.
The chief economist of Royal Bank of Canada’s asset management division says there is a 35 per cent chance that the BoC will make a further cut in interest rates in the coming months.
Questions have been asked about the distribution of funds for municipal infrastructure projects administered by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Two of Canada’s largest mortgage lenders have helped raise money for charity with sporting events this month.
While political debate rages on in Vancouver over the impact of foreign investment on the housing market a well-known economist has spoken out against those who want tougher restrictions.
Housing is by far the largest component of the average $2,400 that a Canadian retiree spends each month.
Canada Guaranty has announced that it is introducing new requirements for information used to verify the reasonability of the incomes of self-employed borrowers.