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+.
Good-bye 2016, hello 2017. To kick the new year off, here’s how Canadian real estate did across the country.
This Black Friday through Cyber Monday, Canadians are expected to add 3% to their consumer debt pile – and that excludes lost productivity.
Americans fleeing President Trump might be surprised by the cost of Canadian real estate – especially since they’re “foreign buyers.”
Yes, President Donald Trump will have an impact on Canadian real estate – and it’s not just because of the Americans moving here.
Quebec’s anti-corruption squad is alleging four prominent Quebec Liberal Party fundraisers engaged in a massive real estate fraud scheme.
The government’s endorsement of the Millennial work environment is going to have a serious consequences for Canadian real estate markets.
Did China’s recent crackdown on corruption lead to billions of dollars being laundered by triads using Canadian real estate? Probably.
We take a look at hourly wage growth in Canada, and how it might be an indicator of the future of Canadian real estate.
The truth about Canada’s unemployment rates, why only half of Canadians work, and how this impacts future homebuyers.