Employment increased by 29,000 in March, driven by gains in part-time work. The unemployment rate was unchanged at 6.8%.
A Genworth report highlighting the financial responsibility of first-time buyers appears to contradict its latest move to increase costs for those same buyers.
One broker believes clients now putting less than 10 per cent down will be more overleveraged than those who purchased with zero down.
Lower immigration from other countries and fewer Canadians moving to Alberta from other provinces will play a part in rising condo rental vacancies in Edmonton this year
Those earning $150,000 or more in New Brunswick will find that they are in a new tax bracket following the province’s budget.
If you’re looking to have a shorter commute then Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa may be poor choices for you.
When listing a property for sale, you might think that the biggest issue on your plate is pricing that property in order to turn a good profit but still sell on a timeline that makes sense for you.
House hunters in Toronto despondent about the scant supply of houses on the market will find a sudden surge in listings this week now that March break is over.
Toronto and Vancouver are the only cities seeing home prices grow above the average according to a report from BMO’s Robert Kavcic.
In a stark contrast to Calgary’s housing market drop-off, two key cities in a western province reported strong sales during the month of March.