This weeks top stories include how The World Bank shook the markets, how Jim Flaherty choose Hyndman to regulate, how Employment Insurance claims were up in the month of April, how we’ve been cautioned on the global economy, how OECD states that the worst is over and how Canadian home prices have fallen for the […]Read More →
This weeks top stories have economists saying real estate is recovering, how the Bank of Canada may purchase bonds to offset the dollar, how Ontario will have the slowest growth in 2010, news on the great rate debate, looking at at an exit strategy, having a surplus strategy and how stimulus seems to be on […]Read More →
June 12, 2009 This weeks top stories include how the “Buy Canadian” policy could hurt us, how construction is making a comeback, how you can triple dip on government assistance programs, how Canada’s trade balance slipped back into a deficit, how Canadians are feeling the anxieties of job insecurity, how much home prices fell by […]Read More →
June 5, 2009 This weeks top stories includes a look at if the recession is easing, how Muskoka’s cottage elite are handling the downturn, how long economists predict it will take to come out of the recession, a reflection of the recession, how first time homebuyers helped boost the economy last month and how the […]Read More →
May 29, 2009 This weeks top stories include how homes are no longer the safe haven they used to be, how the rates will stay where they are until the end of 2010, how the sour economy has left a sweet taste for rental property owners in Toronto, how the deficit will be larger than […]Read More →
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