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5 Canadian housing markets show strong evidence of "problematic conditions."
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What would change if we spent as much time glorifying start lines as we do finish lines? What if we cheered as wildly for people the moment they assumed their position in the starting blocks as we do when they run through the tape at the end of the race?
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Only in Sydney and Hong Kong do you get less bang for your housing buck.
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The most basic economic principle is, when there is a rise in demand, the invisible force of supply will kick in, and this is how economic growth is generated. For those who want to blame the housing crisis on immigrants, let's think about how our economy would look like if B.C. or Canada did not have the intake and growth brought by immigrants.
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Thermal imaging will pinpoint exactly where homes are losing heat.
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Prospective homebuyers face a growing list of challenges -- from skyrocketing prices in Vancouver and Toronto, to soft conditions in Alberta, to another round of mortgage rule changes. But there are some good reasons 2017 is still a good year to buy a home in Canada.
“We’re creating something beautiful that is completely new...”
The girl's mother, twin sister and older brother all escaped and were taken to hospital.
Trying to survive the Great Salt Crisis of 2017.
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It was a tumultuous year.
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Not everyone will get the opportunity to pack their bags and escape in the new year. Those with slightly less nomadic lifestyles can still experience new cultures, taste exotic foods, and fill their Instagram pages with comment-worthy travel photos by visiting these four worldly cities right here in Canada.
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"When we shame people who are suffering from addiction we push them further into the shadows.''
Skyrocketing home prices dominated the headlines in 2016, and it's no surprise that housing unaffordability remains the news of the day as we wrap up the year. Affordability has hit an eight-year low in the third quarter of 2016.
If a bank can trust a lender, so can the government, she said.