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22 May 2017

Happy Victoria Day – what are we celebrating today?

Traditionally, Victoria Day is a federal Canadian holiday. It is celebrated on the last Monday before May 25 and honours the Queen Victoria's birthday.

It should be noted that this holiday was celebrated even before Canada was formed. At first, it fell on the actual sovereign's birthday. Today it’s celebrated in numerous ways across the country. It’s considered to be a statutory holiday in six of Canada's ten provinces and all three of its territories.

The Queen’s birthday was celebrated in Canada long before the Confederation. Actually, the first legislation note concerning this event was registered in 1845, when the parliament of the Province of Canada officially recognized May 24 as the Queen's birthday.

 
19 May 2017

Canadian inflation remains unchanged, meaning no interest rate increases are expected

Last month, Canada's inflation rate remained unchanged at 1.6% with lower food prices offsetting an increase in energy sector.

According to Statistics Canada, gasoline prices were up by 9.5% in April, pushed by supply disruptions at oil refineries during their switching to summer fuel blends.

On a year-over-year basis, the gasoline prices rose by 16% last month.

Meanwhile, food prices fell by 1.1%, marking the seventh monthly decline in a row.

 
18 May 2017

Millennials are not ready to leave the dream of homeownership

It looks like even record high housing prices can’t scare Millennials out of their dreams of owning a real estate. However, they become more cautious and creative when entering the market.

A new study shows that about 40% of Canadian consumers aged from 18 to 34 believe they will buy a house during the next two years already. And that’s amid strong worries about overheated Toronto and Vancouver markets.

As we’re facing a hot spring buying season at the real estate market these days, the main question is whether to buy now or wait for a potential prices decline.

“One of the main reasons first-time buyers are postponing their purchases is the cost of carrying a home,” – noted Nicole Wells from Royal Bank of Canada, pointing to the recent study on buying intentions.

“The smart first-time buyer is considering whether it will be affordable to carry a real estate in the future,” - she said.

 
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25 May 2017

Home Capital’s troubles are not widespread Recently, the CEOs of two largest Canadian banks noted that Home Capital’s liquidity problems shouldn’t b...Read more >>

24 May 2017

Bank of Canada doesn’t change its interest rate once again On Wednesday, the central bank decided to keep its key lending rate unchanged again, makin...Read more >>

23 May 2017

A 10% hike of mortgage payments would be a problem for most Canadian borrowers According to a new poll by Manulife Bank, almost three quarters of Can...Read more >>
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