Toronto home prices soar as listings remain low, but some question how long that will last
Just a month or two more of this recession and it truly will be the Big One
Ottawa house prices surge 15% on shrinking inventories
Airlines will ‘suffer for the next decade’ without government help now
Regina's event industry struggling to recover after losing nearly $400M
The economy may be opening up – what about your wallet?
Why investors shouldn't give up on Warren Buffett and the ‘buy and hold’ approach
I received a note last week from a reader who took issue with my ‘buy and hold’ investing philosophy. “It usually works over the long term but not always,” was the way he put it. He also said there are no “hard ...
DON MILLS: Why profit isn't a dirty word
In this part of the country, it seems that profit has become a dirty word. The private sector has been demonized by politicians and union leaders as being greedy in its search of profits. This is perhaps not so surprising in a region with a high ...
What's in David Rosenberg's portfolio?
David Rosenberg of Rosenberg Research talks with the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about how Canada’s AAA credit rating loss is going to impact the loonie. Dave called it: Why Rosenberg saw a downgrade in Canada’s future ...
No exodus from Hong Kong yet, but interest growing in pre-sale property units in Canada
Ashley Lum sighs impatiently when asked why, despite the looming threat of greater Chinese control over Hong Kong, she’s choosing to remain in the city-state for the foreseeable future. “Look, it’s not simple to just get up and leave your ...
No, the office is not dead yet
Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn speaks with Michael Turner, President of Oxford Properties on the effect that the pandemic has had on commercial real estate, and whether it will get back to normal. Reopening Canada: The economy survived ...
Sell U.S. equities, buy gold
Richardson GMP portfolio manager Chris Kerlow speaks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the company’s outlook on gold, equities, and other sectors, as the market starts its recovery. Light on tech, heavy on banks — has Warren ...
Turn your staycation into a vacation – here’s how
Q: I’ve recently become a single parent with half-time custody of my two boys. They are seven and nine years old, and then I also have an 18-year-old daughter living with me full-time. I’ve been getting by with CERB benefits and ...
'Getting worse for buyers': Bidding wars are breaking out in Canada's housing market
Lauren Haw, CEO of Zoocasa, speaks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the state of the housing market across the country. Reopening Canada: The deep freeze is over, but housing market still a long way from normal The ...
The office isn't dead yet, even as some companies say they'll need less space
The current era of remote work has compelled a significant number of companies to reevaluate their need for office space, but the projected decline in overall office space needs across Canada is only expected to be 8.5 per cent, with most of the ...
Reopening Canada: The deep freeze is over, but housing market still a long way from normal
Canada’s most expensive cities may be on the brink of fully reopening, but when it comes to their residential real estate markets things are a long way from normal. In Vancouver, the days of packed open houses for 100-year-old, ...