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How much do you need to make to afford rent

Canadian cities are officially unaffordable for renters making the minimum wage. The average after-tax wage needed to afford a one-bedroom apartment across Canada is just over $20/hour and $22/hour for a two-bedroom, assuming the tenant works 40 hours a week for 52 weeks out of the year.

Sat 3 Aug, 2019FULL STORY

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The Ontario government announced the Fair Housing Plan (FHP) in April 2017 and specifically designed it to cool the market. Included among the 16 measures the then-Liberals hoped would stop the runaway prices of the Toronto market, was rent control on private rental units, including those built after 1991.

Sat 13 Jul, 2019FULL STORY

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Living in Charleswood

Welcome to Charleswood, a semi-rural residential community located in the southwestern part of Winnipeg, Manitoba, a serene suburb that is a perfect place to live.

Wed 19 Jun, 2019FULL STORY

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6 ways to recognize autism awareness

Autism has become a household word because of the vast number of lives impacted by this highly scrutinized and often confusing series of conditions. In 2018, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention determined that 1 in 59 children currently has autism spectrum disorder in the United States.

Sat 13 Apr, 2019FULL STORY

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4 free fun things to do in Burlington and Oakville

Burlington-Oakville has become a popular hotspot for first-time home buyers and those looking for larger, luxurious lots near a stunning waterfront. Here is our recommendations for four free fun things to do Burlington-Oakville.

Sat 30 Mar, 2019FULL STORY

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rent a condo outside downtown core

It’s no secret that rents in Toronto’s downtown core have skyrocketed in the last few years. In fact, it’s likely all you ever hear about. But you can save up to 46 per cent a month by moving out of the centre and into the pre-amalgamation boroughs of the city.

Sat 23 Feb, 2019FULL STORY

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2019 housing outlook

Renters are most concerned about the housing market, says Zoocasa, an online real estate brokerage, in its 2019 housing outlook report released last month, which surveyed Canadians on their perceptions of the real estate market

Sat 2 Feb, 2019FULL STORY