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Real Estate

2018 might just be the year to buy a home

Canada’s new mortgage rules guaranteed to “further slow down the market”
Vanmala Subramaniam
1.2.18
price fixing

Loblaw says sorry for fixing bread prices for 14 years with a $25 gift card

This is the same company that complained about the minimum wage increase
Vanmala Subramaniam
12.20.17
Real Estate

Foreign buyers are not the biggest reason why home prices are increasing

New data shows that foreign ownership is below 5% in Toronto and Vancouver
Vanmala Subramaniam
12.19.17
Canadian boardrooms

Most Canadian executives don’t think sexual harassment is a problem at their companies

Just 5% believe it is actually an issue that their employees face at work
Vanmala Subramaniam
12.18.17
Real Estate

2017 was the year of the condo in Canada's biggest cities

Condo prices in Toronto rose by 22% this year despite new housing rules
Vanmala Subramaniam
12.14.17
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The cost of having a life

Looking the part, getting around, and being entertained are expensive
Kate Fane
12.13.17
Economic trends

Canadians are obsessed with cannabis and cryptocurrency

“The Price of Bitcoin” and “Marijuana Stock” are the top two most-searched economic terms of 2017
Vanmala Subramaniam
12.13.17
Legalization

Provinces will get 75 percent of the tax money from legal weed sales

The government expects to collect $400 million in taxes in the two years after legalization.
Tamara Khandaker
12.11.17
Canadian Economy

The Canadian economy might be booming, but not if you’re an immigrant

An immigrant to Canada earns 16 percent less than a Canadian-born worker
Jamie Maxwell
12.11.17
CANNA-BUSINESS

Here’s why Canada won’t face a legal weed shortage in 2018

“If there is a supply crunch, it will be because of distribution methods,” one researcher says
Vanmala Subramaniam
12.8.17
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Expensing With Mary Young

The lingerie designer gets to the bottom of just how many lunch cocktails you can really write-off
Vice Money
12.7.17
Canadian real estate

50,000 fewer Canadians will be able to own a home next year

Report says Ottawa’s new mortgage rules will disqualify 18% of buyers
Vanmala Subramaniam
12.6.17
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