A sincere thank you to our regulators, Ministers, MP’s, etc. for your concern about my personal debt figures
Reducing the federal government’s exposure to risk from the housing market is a long term aim of finance minister Joe Oliver, but so far there’s no plan to do it.
Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador, Alberta, and Manitoba will be the leaders of economic growth in 2015 according to a new report from the Conference Board of Canada.
The Bank of Canada will announce its latest interest rate decision on Monday and is being urged not to change it from the current low.
A record number of homes priced over $1 million have been sold this month.
A Brampton mortgage broker has been jailed for fraud, specifically using the personal information of clients to cheat, of all people, the taxman.
A phenomenon that brokers have already started to question is raising eyebrows at the IMF, now suggesting that the growing use of uninsured mortgages could pose a problem.
Brokers aren't sold on a big bank report purporting more affordability in the housing market.
The International Monetary Fund is again warning about Canada’s housing market.
A retired academic actuary says that retirees would be happier staying in their houses rather than downsizing to a condo or renting.
Alberta’s finance minister says that the province will deliver its core aims and a budget surplus despite the fall in the oil price.