Canadian real estate prices are one of the biggest risks to the country, according to a big three letter organization. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the global organization dedicated to sustainable growth, released a statement after an official “mission” to Canada. The organization cited real estate prices as a “key domestic risk.” Changing price expectations, […]
Ontario will lose over 50,000 jobs at the end of the minimum wage hike, impacting mostly young people according to a provincial watchdog.
Think Vancouver’s move to bring tech jobs is going to fix the housing problem? Think again. Van is the lowest paid tech hub in North America.
Toronto is a booming tech hub, so we wanted to see what the next generation of experienced tech workers can afford. Hint, it’s not a lot.
US tech firms are flocking to Canada for high quality tech employees, even with pricey real estate. This comes at the expense of wages.
Toronto’s having a tough time filling jobs. At the wages offered, employees would have to devote more than half their income on rent.
Canadians aren’t adopting e-commerce at the pace Americans are, which could be good news for the industry…or a looming disaster.
The World Economic Forum is warning that retirement savings will be $400 trillion short by 2050 to support retirements.
Weekly wages increased slower than the rate of inflation, leaving many Canadians with less buying power than last year.
Canada dropped some killer job numbers at first glance, but a second look shows the quality of jobs is rapidly deteriorating.