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Some landlords are banning the use of window air conditioners, leaving some tenants sweltering through a hot spring.
With many people staying close to home due to the pandemic, sales of swimming pools have surged and many pool companies are now taking orders for 2022.
Millennial investors have jumped into the stock market in a big way over the past year with about two million new trading accounts being opened across the country.
Buy car online in the morning—shipped to your door at night.
A new report released by Toronto Rentals has ranked each Toronto neighbourhood by the average rental priceof all property types from January to April 2021.
Canadian airlines are offering flights at prices hardly ever seen before, but one expert says there's a strategy behind the deep discounts and that these rock-bottom deal won't stick around for long.
Canada's largest insurance company Manulife announced this week it's increasing out of country medical benefits for anyone who has been fully vaccinated.
The pandemic has driven a surge in swimming pool sales. Now, Ontario pool companies are already taking orders for next summer.
Experts say that drivers ticketed through one of Toronto's automated speeding cameras will not see their insurance or licence affected.
New mortgage 'stress test' rules are coming into effect on June 1 and some say it could lead to a cooler Canadian housing market.