GTA housing affordability falling; 'we're not far behind New York' – Toronto Star
Toronto StarGTA housing affordability falling; 'we're not far behind New York'Toronto Star“The stakes are high surrounding the fortunes of the Greater Toronto Area housing market,” adds the report. “A healthy housing system is critical to a region's economic fortunes. And with the GTA key to Canada's economic engine, the success or failure …Toronto-area housing boom masks economic problemsThe Globe and Mail (subscription)GTA home ownership, rent getting less affordable for more peopleCBC.caThe state of real estate in Toronto: 5 numbers that may surprise youCTV NewsCanada.comall 7 news articles »
A High-Flying Market Has Caught A Serious Chill (TheHousingBubbleBlog)
A report from the Canadian Mortgage Broker News. "A major Canadian Bank believes the housing boom in one of Canada’s most bullish markets will start to cool this year — but to what degree? 'While the GTA housing market has shown few signs of slowing this year, one thing remains certain: Housing booms don’t last […]
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING – Canadian Trailer
The High Cost of Living – Trailer
for feature film THE HIGH COST OF LIVING by Deborah Chow, starring Zach Braff, Isabelle Blais, Patrick Labbé.
Winner of Best 1st Canadian Feature Film at the Toronto International Film Festival, Winner Best Screenplay at the Rendez-Vous du Cinéma Québécoir, Winner Best Canadian Feature at Female Eye Festival, Tiff 2010 – Canada's Top Ten List.
Exploring the murky depths of Toronto’s budget making: James
One of the reasons Toronto’s budget is so large — near $10 billion — is because the city delivers nearly $2 billion in services on behalf of the province and federal government. Sometimes, this is by choice. Often, as with housing and social services, the province uses its authority to force the city to provide the service. The problem arises when, at some future date, the province decides to …
Home Prices To Fall In 8 Provinces Amid 'Sharp Widening' Of Canada's … – Huffington Post Canada
Financial PostHome Prices To Fall In 8 Provinces Amid 'Sharp Widening' Of Canada's …Huffington Post CanadaOnly Ontario and British Columbia — propelled by the seemingly perennially hot housing markets in Toronto and Vancouver — will avoid falling prices and sales in 2015, the bank forecast. The bank sees house prices rising 3.1 per cent in Ontario this …Will oil's big drop pop Canada's housing bubble?Financial PostCanadian banks on brink of mortgage price warThe Globe and MailWas politics behind bank rate cut?Toronto StarCTV Newsall 272 news articles »