In any U.S.-led tariff-driven trade war, Canada would be collateral damage.
In light of public outcry, the B.C. government has tasked a committee to examine real estate practices such as flipping and shadow assignment.
In reality, hardly anybody in Canada is trying raise a family on the minimum wage.
Statistics Canada has identified five characteristics that are associated with being at risk of falling into persistent low-income status.
These voluntary relationships clearly benefit the participants, and perhaps that is why the strident opponents resort to hyperbole and fear-mongering.
There are billions more of us humans than there used to be and most of us are living far better than our species has ever lived.
In an effort to make housing more affordable in Greater Vancouver, B.C.’s latest budget exempts newly-built homes worth up to $750,000 from the property transfer tax.
Misleading claims about ‘poverty’ in Canada fail to distinguish between temporary and persistent spells
Only 1.5 per cent of Canadians remained stuck in low income every year.
There’s been a lot of media coverage on “house flipping” in Vancouver, and quick sales are common in many real estate markets.
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