The month’s not over yet, but we thought we’d give you a preview of how Vancouver real estate is doing so far in the month of May.
Canadians aren’t just buying new homes, they’re buying shiny new cars to match. Only problem is they’re using a record amount of financing.
Canada is now so dependent on real estate, it was the only reason the economy grew in February. Careful with those “cooling” measures.
Canada’s addiction to credit has created a massive shadow banking sector, which is now more than half the size of traditional banks.
Canada’s credit-to-GDP gap has the international banking watchdog warning that a financial crisis will come as early as next year.
Toronto’s trendiest neighborhood is filling up with empty storefronts, as soaring real estate prices are leaving Torontonians short on cash.
Top accounting firm PwC sees a few developing countries surpassing many of today’s advanced economies, here’s how they ranked.
Canadian real estate helped drive consumer debt levels so high, it would take the net worth of the 9 richest people in HISTORY to pay it off.
Toronto rental rates surged up to 25% in the last quarter of 2016, according to the latest release from the Toronto Real Estate Board.
Alberta reached a 22 year unemployment high, posting the largest single-year loss of jobs for the province since the Great Recession.