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Believe it or not, Ontario's "rust belt" is booming.
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BMO cuts growth forecast to zero from 1.5 per cent.
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Canada's trade deficit hits record high.
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Our kids are often most receptive to advice when it starts at home. The best time to begin is now. For example, even preschoolers are ready to start thinking about finances. If they know mommy or daddy goes off to work, they can understand why -- the answer is to earn money.
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Toronto and Vancouver have all the jobs, and all the house price growth.
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Homes available for sale are down 40 per cent in Vancouver in a year.
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“Some are questioning whether Canada really needed that fiscal stimulus after all.”
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Consider a rainy-day savings fund instead.
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It all comes down to supply and demand.
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And a fifth argue about money at least once a week.
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Kelowna has gone from being one of the best cities for a job to one of the worst cities in a year.
If you're holding cash, you've beaten the TSX by 12 per cent.
But those who are contributing, are contributing a little bit more.
Toronto's housing market is flashing red warning signs, but Vancouver's has only a "moderate" risk of overly high prices.