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Canadians tend not to think of their home country as a playground for the rich, but a quick survey of real estate listings
More than half of Canada's major industries are showing signs they are shrinking, suggesting a broad economic slowdown, the
Canada gets top marks for freedom -- odd in a country where you can easily get a marijuana joint in most big cities, but not a private MRI scan
The lack of affordable housing in Toronto drives demand for suburban housing and this threatens the implementation of the Growth Plan. To prevent social and environmental collapse, we need to link sprawl-related environmental issues with affordability.
In the first half of July, the average resale price of a stand-alone home in Toronto was $720,808. A month later, in the
Canada's housing market continued its red-hot streak in June, with new home prices rising 0.3 per cent over the previous
Resale house prices fell in Toronto in July as the number of sales dropped, but the city remains on track to have its second
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