A security research discovered a vulnerability in Apple devices back in August, and two months later, Apple has done something about it.
MapleChange, a small Canadian cryptocurrency trading platform, drew ire from investors over the weekend for its sudden departure.
Parent company of Tim Hortons, Restaurant Brands International, reported disappointing sales on its Q3 earnings report today.
This week’s legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada will have an impact on the real estate industry, too: 52 per cent of home owners say they would be less likely to consider a property if they knew cannabis had been grown inside. Considering it is now legal for residents to grow up to four
Canada’s home prices remained flat month-over-month in September, meaning if you’re waiting for prices to drop, you may have to wait a little longer. If you’ve got around $1 million to spend on a home, though, there are plenty of options available for you right now. This week, we look at million-dollar
If you want to see how far $1 million has gone for houses in the past, your wait will soon be over: the Canadian Real Estate Association will soon be posting historical sales information to its website realtor.ca. What’s different? You’ll no longer need a password to access it. Certain regions, like
People looking for a new home in Canada may find themselves disappointed if they are limiting themselves to Canada’s most populous cities and neighbouring suburbs: Richmond Hill, Ont. was recently found to be the least affordable city in Ontario . But if you’re willing to move further out of those hubs
A new survey released Monday by Lift & Co. found that 58 per cent of Canadians don't know where to buy recreational marijuana legally.
The ongoing saga of newly-public housing sale data in Toronto continues: the Toronto Real Estate Board is reminding agents this week that they need to report accurate sales data now that anyone can access it. One listing which was reportedly on the market for $3.1 million was allegedly found to have
Apple's latest iPhones start at over a thousand Canadian dollars for the "budget" version of the device, and reach almost $2,000 for the top-end model.
This week, we look at homes in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary, all listed for $1 million. Which would you choose? All listings courtesy Zoocasa. Download the Yahoo Finance app, available for Apple and Android .
With home prices now available to the public in the Toronto area, it’s more important than ever for home sellers to deliver the most bang for the buyer’s buck. This week, we feature three heavily-renovated homes that have tried to do just that. We check out homes in Mississauga, Ont., Bedford, N.S. and
When you’re shopping for a new home, location is everything. Even in some of Canada’s largest cities, there’s a wide range when it comes to how much house you can get for your money. And if you have a budget of $1,000,000, that range can seem to be quite broad. This week, we look at homes in Toronto,
July saw slightly more homes sell than the previous month in Canada, good news for home sellers trying to unload their properties. The 1.9 per cent increase marks the third straight month of recovery after sales plunged at the beginning of the year, due to new mortgage rules. If you find yourself looking
If you’re someone under the age of 40 and were hoping to see an increase in home vacancies, tough luck. A survey released by Re/Max shows that about 80 per cent of baby boomers in Canada are planning on staying in their homes over the next five years and renovating, rather than moving out and downsizing
CEO Bruce Linton says Canopy Growth is in a great position ahead of recreational marijuana legalization on October 17.
Good news, Canada: mortgage debt is down ! Unfortunately it appears to be because fewer people are buying houses. If you are in the market for a new home, you better have deep pockets. This week’s million-dollar homes are in Toronto, Ont., Edmonton, Alta. and Delta, B.C. Which would you choose? Download
The Canadian housing market remains unstable, the latest report from the CMHC shows. Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria and Hamilton are all flagged as particularly vulnerable to market instability, due to overvaluation and price acceleration. You can judge for yourself as you peruse this week’s collection
Whether you’re looking for something in the heart of the city or deep in the mountains, if you’ve got $1 million, you can make it happen. This week, we look at wooden-accented homes in Toronto, Ont., Vernon, B.C. and Edmonton, Alta. Which would you choose? All listings courtesy Zoocasa.
With housing affordability now at “crisis levels” in Vancouver , and the average home price in Toronto on the rise , many people are seriously looking outside of major urban centres for more affordable housing (and for backyards). This week, we look at three suburban homes in Oakville, Ont. outside