The Ontario government recently passed legislation that it believes will greatly benefit individuals who work in the public sector.
On average, Canadians who own rental property pull in approximately $2,200 each month, a new study from the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce found.
As the summer driving season kicks off, safety officials are urging Canadians to exercise caution in their travels.
In a bid to push the rate to even healthier territory, the Ontario government is investing in one of the country's - and the province's - largest industries: manufacturing.
In April, home sales dropped on a monthly and a yearly basis, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.
The typical newly built house in Toronto goes for about $186,000 more than it would without government fees and taxes tacked on, a new report says.
Ontario will receive an estimated $6 billion through 2023 from the Government of Canada to help create more job opportunities for the province's workers.
The mid-April ice storm that blanketed the lower half of Ontario in a frozen mess resulted in insured losses exceeding $190 million, according to new data estimates.
Stress testing won't prevent a substantial portion of would-be homeowners from seeing what's available in listings, according to the results of a newly released survey.
Since 2012, at least 65,000 companies in Canada have been adversely impacted by construction occurring on the nation's thoroughfares, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.