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Canadians fleeing Ontario, Alberta for the Atlantic and abroad

An increase in time spent at home in the last year may be to blame for many Canadians reexamining the decisions on where they want to live.

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Commercial tenant eviction: Ontario

With new bills coming and going, and rules for landlords and tenants seemingly in flux all the time. Here is how commercial tenant evictions currently work in Ontario.

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Toronto snags number two spot for world’s largest real estate bubbles

Toronto is making global headlines this week after receiving the not-so-coveted number two spot of the world’s worst real estate bubbles.

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Boomers still expected to be major players in housing market

"The boomer generation appears to have no intention of slowing down," said Phil Soper, president and CEO of Royal LePage. Here's what's expected from the boomer generation in Ontario, Quebec, and BC.

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Here’s what to expect in the market this summer

“I don’t think we’re going to see a repeat of last year and part of that is because of the frantic pace we’ve seen since 2020,” said John Lusink, president of Right at Home Realty.

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53-year-old Ottawa building attains LEED Platinum

This downtown building, located at 275 Slater St. just south of Parliament Hill at the corner of Kent St., has obtained a LEED Platinum certification with an energy score of 87%.

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Land development engineering firm helping staff buy their first homes

C.F. Crozier & Associates, a land development engineering firm with offices in Toronto, Milton and Bradford, realized how crazy the market is and wanted to help out its skilled employees. Here's what the company is doing.

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66% of Canadians concerned about housing prices: poll

“For many, large down payments are an important deterrent,” said an Ipsos news release, which isn't surprising seeing as most millennials or Gen Xers don't have $40,000-$50,000 lying around.

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Victoria estate sells for record $14 million

This home just set a record for the highest sale price in British Columbia's history. With panoramic views of the shoreline and mountains and its unique, modern design, it's very easy to see why.

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Spirit of Squamish captured at new six-acre development

The master-planned community will be composed of 435 condo and townhouse units and it already has 7,000 registrants, bespeaking the robust interest that Squamish elicits in the region.

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How would Canadians handle interest rate increases?

Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC, was recently quoted saying that the Canadian economy is vulnerable to rate hikes, which would decelerate the frenetic pace of home sales in the country.

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Underused Canadian parking lots doubling as restaurants

REEF Technologies is focusing on using parking lots to essentially curate goods, and it already has over 5,000 locations and 15,000 employees under its continent-wide umbrella.

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MZOs slice through red tape and streamline approvals process

Municipalities have often been slow in updating zoning to align with provincial land-use planning policy. This ultimately can affect the speed of new housing supply coming to market.

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