Where I work, in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, rent for 1 bedroom condos range from $1900 – $2400. The more you move out of the city, the rent for condos decreases, but once you get to the North York area, the lowest I saw was about $1500. 295 more words
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New statistics released by the province are showing more people are leaving West Vancouver than moving into the well-heeled neighbourhood.
According to a B.C. Statistics report, the population in West Vancouver dropped by 2.1 per cent between 2015 and 2016 with just under 41,000 people now calling that community home. 336 more words
As British Columbia plans to roll out interest-free loans to thousands of people seeking to buy their first home, the Peel Region in Ontario is suspending a similar loan program so it can instead use the resources for much-needed social housing. 780 more words
A Registered Retirement Savings Plan better known as an RRSP is a tax deferred account that is registered with the Government of Canada. Unlike the tax-free saving account (TFSA), monies put into an RRSP are taxed when they are withdrawn because they are not taxed when contributions are made into the account. 1,044 more words
Today brings us yet more evidence on the rise of consumer inflation in the UK. Regular readers will recall that I warned earlier in the year and indeed pre the EU leave vote that a pick-up in inflation was on the cards. 1,390 more words