Canadian real estate prices are closely related to employment and interest rates. Here’s why we might be looking at employment numbers wrong, and how that may have contributed to a premature rise in interest rates.
Toronto real estate prices are down 9% from peak, and how to use property as an alternative investment – even though it can ruin cities.
The Canadian consumer price index, one of the key indicators of inflation, fell to a 20 month low in June.
Canada saw the consumer price index (CPI) slip, falling to a low for 2017. This could put a hiccup in rising interest rates anytime soon.
Canadian wage growth experienced the slowest annual May increase in more than a decade, with some provinces even showing declines.
The cost of buying a million dollar piece of Canadian real estate has dramatically declined over the past decade.
Numbers from Statistics Canada claim it was more expensive to buy Vancouver real estate in 2008 than it is today. Here’s why that’s wrong.
The World Economic Forum is warning that retirement savings will be $400 trillion short by 2050 to support retirements.
Toronto real estate prices are sky high, but are they really above peak bubble levels in 1989? Depends how you measure them.
Median income for Canadians began falling in 2015 according to Statistics Canada latest survey release. This is the first time in 4 years.