Alberta's economy is on the road to recovery and more money is coming in, but there's no change to the government's projected $10.8-billion deficit this year
Signage announcing an improbable condo project was meant to spark conversation about the future of Toronto housing, according to an urban artist
Vancouver’s foreign buyer tax is encouraging those investors to look outside the lower mainland, according to one report
Micheal Noseworthy to focus on rooting out unscrupulous industry practices that have contributed to home price growth
The fear following Vancouver’s 15% foreign sales tax was that those buyers would be pushed to Toronto. Has that happened?
Any moderating effects of government measures have been counteracted by record-low interest rates, according to an observer
Conference gathers experts from major U.S. and European cities to discuss viable housing affordability strategies
Greater immigrant population and scarcer living space in the next few years would complicate the supply-side issues in Canada’s hottest markets
The Crown Corporation finalized its latest forecast prior to the announcement of the recent mortgage rule changes – but would those changes have altered its outlook?
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Micheal Noseworthy to focus on eliminating unethical housing industry practices that have contributed to home price growth