Armchair Bank of Canada critics like Pierre Poilievre should stick to football

The Bank of Canada (BoC) has rarely been so criticized as it is today. The Bank of Canada sets the interest rates which determine the cost of borrowing. And it pumps money into a stalled economy to get it going again, or pulls money back to keep the economy from overheating. The bank is now … Read more

Is this the hybrid office of the future we’ve been waiting for? IBM bets it is

At IBM’s new flagship site in downtown Toronto, the private office has fallen out of favor. In fact, in the entire 63,000 square foot space, there are only three left. One belongs to IBM Canada president Dave McCann, but he’s not picky about who uses it. “Mine doesn’t have a lock, it’s used every day … Read more

Is this the hybrid office of the future we’ve been waiting for? IBM bets it is

At IBM’s new headquarters in downtown Toronto, the private office has fallen out of favor. In fact, in the entire 63,000 square foot space, there are only three left. One belongs to IBM Canada president Dave McCann, but he’s not picky about who uses it. “Mine doesn’t have a lock, it’s used every day by … Read more

Is this the hybrid office of the future we’ve been waiting for? IBM bets it is

At IBM’s new headquarters in downtown Toronto, the private office has fallen out of favor. In fact, in the entire 63,000 square foot space, there are only three left. One belongs to IBM Canada president Dave McCann, but he’s not picky about who uses it. “Mine doesn’t have a lock, it’s used every day by … Read more

Hate that the final bill is higher than the original price due to surprise charges? Ottawa now plans to ban the practice

This vacation rental is almost yours. You clicked through several web pages on your phone, double-checked your dates, entered your email and address, and even created a username and password. But at the last stage, there is an unpleasant surprise. Resort fees maybe, or cleaning or pet fees. This is all a lot more than … Read more

Hate that the final bill is higher than the original price due to surprise charges? Ottawa now plans to ban the practice

This vacation rental is almost yours. You clicked through several web pages on your phone, double-checked your dates, entered your email and address, and even created a username and password. But at the last stage, there is an unpleasant surprise. Resort fees maybe, or cleaning or pet fees. This is all a lot more than … Read more

Canada’s biggest landlords saved billions through tax exemptions, new analysis shows. Is Ottawa about to end the party?

After a devastating start to the COVID-19 pandemic, CAPREIT rebounded in 2021. The real estate company grew revenue by 5.7%, to $993.1 million, and pulled in an average of $1,149 in rental income tenants in each of its approximately 70,000 properties. apartment units. By July, its share price had returned to its pre-pandemic level. According … Read more

Canada’s biggest landlords saved billions through tax exemptions, new analysis shows. Is Ottawa about to end the party?

After a devastating start to the COVID-19 pandemic, CAPREIT rebounded in 2021. The real estate company grew revenue by 5.7%, to $993.1 million, and pulled in an average of $1,149 in rental income tenants in each of its approximately 70,000 properties. apartment units. By July, its share price had returned to its pre-pandemic level. According … Read more

Canada’s biggest landlords saved billions through tax exemptions, new analysis shows. Is Ottawa about to end the party?

After a devastating start to the COVID-19 pandemic, CAPREIT rebounded in 2021. The real estate company grew revenue by 5.7%, to $993.1 million, and pulled in an average of $1,149 in rental income tenants in each of its approximately 70,000 properties. apartment units. By July, its share price had returned to its pre-pandemic level. According … Read more

Canada’s biggest landlords saved billions through tax exemptions, new analysis shows. Is Ottawa about to end the party?

After a devastating start to the COVID-19 pandemic, CAPREIT rebounded in 2021. The real estate company grew revenue by 5.7%, to $993.1 million, and pulled in an average of $1,149 in rental income tenants in each of its approximately 70,000 properties. apartment units. By July, its share price had returned to its pre-pandemic level. According … Read more