Insight from April’s Inflation Trend

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In the ever-evolving landscape of Canada's economic trajectory, April's inflation figures serve as a compass, guiding policymakers, economists, and investors alike towards informed decisions. Let's embark on a journey through the insights gleaned from the latest data releases and the…

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Bank of Canada Officials Divided on Rate Cut Timing

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The recent deliberations of the Bank of Canada's governing council on April 10, 2024, offer insights into the factors shaping monetary policy.At the core of discussions was the timing of a potential cut to the bank's key overnight interest rate.…

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Government to Extend Amortization Periods for First-Time Homebuyers

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The Canadian federal government has recently revealed significant changes aimed at easing the path to homeownership for first-time buyers amidst soaring housing prices. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland announced these measures during a press conference in Toronto, emphasizing the government's commitment…

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Brookswood-Fernridge Plan: Navigating the Impact of Bill 44

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Neighbourhood planning in Brookswood-Fernridge, Township of Langley, has encountered a twist with the introduction of Provincial small-scale multi-unit housing legislation (Bill 44). This legislation, which received Royal Assent on December 7, 2023, mandates municipalities to allow for a significant increase…

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Canadian Inflation Decelerates: A Positive Sign for Economic Stability

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In February, Canada's inflation rate dropped to 2.8%, marking progress for central bank policymakers. This decline marks the first instance of consecutive months below 3% since early 2021. Let's explore economists' viewpoints and predictions:Leslie Preston, Senior Economist at Toronto-Dominion Bank…

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Economic Resilience: RBC and National Bank of Canada Lead Amidst Heightened Provisions

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In the inaugural quarter of the fiscal year, the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and the National Bank of Canada showcased notable resilience, outstripping market expectations despite elevating provisions for loan losses, emblematic of a broader trend among Canada's banking…

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Exclusive CEBA Loan Financing Program

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Has your small business taken advantage of the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) during the pandemic? Repaying the loan might appear challenging for those who borrowed and are experiencing financial hurdles, but there is a ray of hope. Let's delve…

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Canada’s Inflation Rate Drops Below 3%

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Canada's annual inflation rate experienced a significant drop in June, falling to 2.8%, as gas prices continued their descent. This decrease brought the yearly price growth within the Bank of Canada's target range of 1% to 3%. While the overall…

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BoC increased its rate today by 0.25%

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Buckle up, folks! The Bank of Canada (BoC) is back in action, raising its rates to 4.75% and stirring up some rate-hike anxiety. Whether you have a variable-rate mortgage or a HELOC, it's time to pay attention as this move…

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Co-signing for a Commercial Mortgage in Canada: Key Considerations, Pros and Cons

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Introduction: Co-signing for a commercial mortgage is a significant financial decision that requires careful consideration and expertise. In Canada's dynamic business landscape, professionals and experts must understand the implications, advantages, and disadvantages of co-signing for a commercial mortgage. This blog…

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