Watch this 3-minutes-long video by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver presenting the resilience of the housing market and its impact on BC’s economy in 2020.
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The Canadian dollar hit its highest level in almost four years on Thursday, buoyed by high commodity prices.
Ending a marriage is always hard on the dependents — and Bill and Melinda Gates have a lot of them. Here's a look at the future of the multibillion-dollar Gates Foundation and whether the organizations that depend on its largesse should be worried.
Moya Greene, chair of the premier's economic recovery team, delivered a no-holds-barred report Thursday that lays out a five- to six-year plan to reimagine Newfoundland and Labrador — proposing everything from tax increases and deep spending cuts to a streamlining of the public service to privatization.
Peloton is recalling its treadmills, including about 5,400 in Canada, due to safety issues. One model, not available in Canada, has made headlines for pulling children and pets underneath it, while the model sold in Canada has a screen that can come loose and fall to the ground.
More than 500 air passengers fined for defying hotel quarantine rules after landing in Vancouver and Toronto
The federal government has doled out more than 500 fines to air passengers who refused to quarantine in a hotel upon arrival in Canada. But there appears to be no evidence of any fines being issued to passengers who landed in Calgary and Montreal, two of four cities where international flights are currently allowed to land.