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Cannabis and the Code: Human Rights Commission ...

On October 11, 2018, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) released a new policy statement on cannabis and the Human Rights Code.
The policy statement confirms that provincial smoke-free legislation prohibits smoking or vaping cannabis for a recreational or medical purpose …

Skyline Apartment RE...

Skyline Group of Companies is pleased to announce the sale of $213.5 million in multi-residential real estate assets from the Skyline Apartment REIT to Toronto-based Q Management LP (“Q”). The sale consisted of 12 buildings (totaling 1,157 apartment units) located …

Manitoba backs out o...

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister did an about-face on carbon taxes Wednesday, abandoning plans to start charging a levy in December and joining other conservative leaders in flat-out opposition to federal plans.
Pallister announced a year ago he would enact …

Canadian Home Constr...

Canada’s housing market slowdown, which began with a drop in sales, is now spreading to home construction.
Housing starts in Canada have fallen steeply in recent months as the country’s developers react to a slowdown sales brought on by rising interest …

China swoops in on C...

Chinese oil buyers are making a beeline for a bargain across the Pacific.
With Canadian oil over 60 per cent cheaper than U.S. benchmark West Texas Intermediate and global marker Brent, China’s refiners are being lured to the heavy, sludgy crude. …

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Carbon tax reduces the amount we can spend on repair and maintenance, which stifles those programs. This tax will detrimentally affect the owner who wants to update their boilers and spend money to improve their building’s efficiency. It will do the opposite of what it is intended to do. ~ Paul Sander, Director, Hollyburn Properties

RENTT Feature

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RENTT Feature
Poverty in Canada

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Poverty in Canada
Ford Government

Author: John Dickie

Ford Government
National Outlook

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National Outlook
Regional Association Voice

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Regional Association Voice
Spin Cycle

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Spin Cycle