Housing initiatives for renters, low-income earners and first-time buyers are set to roll out in the fall, months before an election in which housing is sure to be a hot topic.
Ontario finance minister Charles Sousa is enthusiastic about the B.C. government's announcement of a 15 per cent tax on foreign nationals looking to buy homes in Vancouver's expensive housing market.
"Today we are taking measures to ensure home ownership remains within reach of the middle class," said BC Premier Christy Clark.
Mayor Greg Robertson recently asked B.C. Premier Christy Clark to introduce a speculation tax on people who flip homes and on luxury properties — a suggestion that Clark shot down.
Failure to track the impact of the flow of foreign capital marks this country as an international outlier, says #donthave1million trendsetter Eveline Xia.
WINNIPEG — The federal government is privatizing the Canadian Wheat Board with a sale to a Saudi-owned company. G3 Global Grain Group will get 50.1 per cent of the company in exchange for an...
"This is a boiling issue ... but has been remarkably suppressed in Vancouver ... largely because charges of racism have stifled this very important debate.”
Canada’s new customer-friendly wireless rules will benefit cell phone users from coast to coast to coast.
Great news from Ontario - the legislative assembly has voted unanimously for customer-friendly new cell phone rules to tackle some of the worst abuses of Big Telecom. The rules, which come...
Sandy Garossino: mother, lawyer, businesswoman, advocate and now, candidate for city council.