Data shows affordability for low-income Canadians looking for a place to rent is worse than reported in mid-July by the Canadian Centre For Policy Alternatives (CCPA).
The August National Rent Report, produced by Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research & Consulting, shows that …
Ontario will move ahead with its controversial municipal funding cuts for public health and child care next year.
Premier Doug Ford is expected to make the announcement later today at a gathering of municipal leaders in Ottawa.
His office says Ford will …
In a $2.4 billion deal, mortgage insurance company Genworth Financial Inc. will sell its Canadian unit to Brookfield Business Partners LP, the companies said Tuesday.
Who are Genworth and Brookfield?
Richmond, Virginia-based Genworth Financial Inc. is an insurance company founded in 1871 …
Edmonton’s rental apartment segment is feeling ever-greater pressure from consistent growth in the region’s employment, according to a new analysis.
In its Q3 2019 Multifamily Market Report covering the Greater Edmonton Area, Marcus & Millichap stated that in the 12 months …
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Since the legalization of marijuana (cannabis) in 2018, many
condominium corporations have become increasingly interested in and willing to
adopt rules prohibiting the smoking of tobacco and cannabis inside units and
enclosed common elements. The adoption of smoking bans have led to concerns
When it comes to tenant relationships, income property owners, managers and front line staff wear many hats in the run of a day or week or month. From community organizer, in the form of weekly or monthly events, to home handyman, to social worker, to sympathetic friend, to errand runner, just to name a few. ~ Jeremy Jackson, President, IPOANS and VP Program Development, Killam REIT