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In scathing pre-election report, Ontario audito...

Ontario’s fiscal watchdog is warning that the province’s deficit projections are billions of dollars more than disclosed in last month’s budget.
Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk, who is in an ongoing accounting dispute with Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals, said this year’s shortfall is $11.7 billion, …

Toronto Alliance to ...

In November 2018, the City of Toronto released the results of its 2018 Street Needs Assessment survey.  On the night of April 26, 2018 there were 8,700 individuals and families counted as homeless and either using shelters, respite sites, 24-hour drop-ins, motels or sleeping outdoors.
The …

Average vacancy rate...

According to CMHC, the average rental vacancy rate in major centres across Canada decreased from 3.0% in October 2017 to 2.4% in October 2018. Vacancy rates declined in Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Atlantic provinces, while increasing by various amounts …

Ontario Auditor Gene...

A scathing report from Ontario’s Auditor General raises serious concerns about the state of elevator safety in the province, but members of the industry say the public isn’t at risk.
In her report, released Wednesday, Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk slams the agency that …

Calgary Dollars Rela...

It’s not real money, but you can spend it like real money.
Calgary is breaking new financial territory in Canada, becoming the first city to have its own local, digital currency.
Sometimes referred to as complementary currencies or micro-currencies, local currencies operate …

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I believe that we have reached a peak in the home ownership rate. I think that the affordability issue is the primary reason and I do not see it improving in any significant way. I think that, for that reason, renting will become a more acceptable option for young families and older Canadians. ~ Benjamin Tal, Deputy Chief Economist, CIBC World Markets Inc.

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