Canadian employment just took a weird turn, as over 206,000 students are actively looking for “sugar daddies” to help with the bills.
The Canadian economy’s job growth deserves a second look. Not only were most jobs created part-time, but almost half went to people aged 55+.
The glory days for Canadian real estate could be coming to an end, as China starts the year with surprising moves to control capital outflows.
Is Richmond turning into a ghost city? Some locals claim rapid speculation over Vancouver real estate has turned the suburb into one.
Almost 1 in 3 listings for Toronto real estate were identified by the agents as never occupied, indicating the city has a lot of speculation.
Vancouver real estate gives speculators another break, as the city’s priciest neighborhood isn’t “technically” Vancouver.
This Black Friday through Cyber Monday, Canadians are expected to add 3% to their consumer debt pile – and that excludes lost productivity.
1 in 10 Vancouver real estate listings being resold have never been lived in…sometimes for years, sometimes for decades.
9 acres of prime Vancouver real estate at 88 Pacific Boulevard has an assessed value of less than a $1. That’s normal, right?
Yes, President Donald Trump will have an impact on Canadian real estate – and it’s not just because of the Americans moving here.