There has been a surge of interest in Canadian real estate from south of the border following Donald Trump’s election as US president
The lowest-paid workers in Quebec are to get an increase, the provincial government announced Thursday
Low rise homes in the Greater Toronto Area have more than doubled in price in the past decade; average appreciation in the past year alone was $100,000
The sale of condos in Toronto rose to 8,965 units in the second quarter of 2016, up 17.4 per cent from the same period in 2015
The Canadian economy will grow by just 1.4 per cent in 2016 as the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfires combine with global weakness and subdued business investment and sentiment following Brexit
The rise in home prices in British Columbia and Ontario is driving consumer confidence while other provinces are more subdued
The office market in Toronto has emerged as one of the best performing in North America with the lowest downtown vacancy rate of any major market
New home construction south of the border increased in June with new starts up 4.8 per cent according to data from the HUD and Commerce Dept.