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Toronto Mortgage, Real Estate And Other News – 15052016
May 18, 2016
Apple Pay comes to Canada, an update on foreign buyers and Toronto set to host the Invictus Games – get your weekly Toronto mortgage, real estate and other news update here!
Royal LePage survey says one-quarter of real-estate advisors believe that at least 25 per cent of luxury properties in their area were sold to foreign buyers.
Five things to watch this week in Canadian business:Panama Papers, Home base, At the Summit, Profits and losses and Facing shareholders.
Canadians could soon find themselves leaving their wallets behind when they step out for a coffee or a bite to eat, as all five of the country’s biggest banks announced partnerships Tuesday with Apple Pay.
Toronto trio embarks on ‘magical’ globe-trotting adventure to honour late mom.
Toronto’s first non-smoking apartment building .Residents seek a healthier lifestyle and enjoy a range of greener, cleaner initiatives.
A letter handwritten by Bob Dylan during a four-night stint at Toronto’s Massey Hall decades ago is being sold by a U.S. auction house.
The Toronto stock market turned modestly lower and the loonie fell against the greenback Friday, while markets south of the border took a beating despite positive retail sales data for April.
Proposed community centre dividing members of Toronto LGBTQ community.
Toronto will host the 2017 Invictus Games, which is set to be the largest event to date.
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