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The Canary District, downtown Toronto’s newest mid-rise condo neighbourhood, home to the 2015 Pan American Games athletes village, posed a familiar problem for developers. The vacant site lacked character.
The stewards of the world’s largest economies have agreed to an ambitious plan that aims to boost global output in the Group of 20 countries by an additional $2-trillion (U.S.) over the course of the next five years, an unprecedented agreement that Canada played a key role in brokering.
Nouriel Roubini, the bearish economist known as Dr. Doom, is now moderately enthusiastic about the Canadian economy, although he thinks our dollar should be 10 per cent below where it is now.
Most Canadian families have seen their fortunes grow since the recession – but they’re also swimming in debt.
Higher mortgage rates, weather and rising supply blamed for slowdown, while prices remain 20 per cent below 2006 peak
Uncertainty over interest rates is buying Canada’s banks even more breathing room this earnings season.
Janet Yellen’s suggestion that there will be little difference between her and her predecessor at the helm of the Federal Reserve may annoy some lawmakers, but it’s comforting global investors.
Ivanhoé Cambridge, the real estate arm of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, is dipping its toes in the Canadian condo business for the first time. And it’s doing so in Quebec City, a condo market that economists already believe is oversupplied.
Is Canada's housing market finally coming in for a soft landing - or is it just stuck in the snow?
Gen Y, you need to choose: Get a good start on retirement saving, or buy a house.