Chinese Media Helps Immigrants Feel At Home In Canada
Chinese immigrants are wealthy and well educated but language remains a barrier.
Finance: New Mortgage Rules Kick In January 2018
For the sixth time since the financial crisis in 2008 Canada’s top banking regulator is making it harder for Canadians to qualify for a mortgage. Starting in January 2018 Canadians applying for a new mortgage will be subject to a stricter set of rules to prove they can afford the loan.
Hang On Tight: Your Finances Will Face Dramatic Trump-led Uncertainty
In 2017, your financial well being will be driven to an unprecedented extent by factors outside Canada. Mr. Trump is the most notable, but also keep your eyes on Europe. Troubled banks, struggling economies and political instability could upset financial markets globally.
Canada’s Largest Private Mortgage Default Insurer Is Matching Cmhc’s Premium Hikes
It took Canada’s second largest mortgage insurer about 12 hours to match premium hikes to mortgage default insurance announced January 17 by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp, the Crown corporation that controls a majority of the market.
Bank Of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz Says Rate Cut Remains On Table
The Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said January 28 he’s prepared to cut interest rates if new U.S. protectionist measures derail the Canadian economy.
Canada Must Remain Nimble As It Braces For Trump Era: Feds’ Economic Adviser National News Watch
Dominic Barton, the global managing director of consulting firm McKinsey & Co., said in an interview that while it remains unclear what exactly the president-elect will do, he cautioned that Trump’s pledges on trade and taxation must be taken seriously in Canada.
No New Rules Coming. Well, Maybe One Canadian Mortgage Trends
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is suggesting that no new mortgage rules are on the drawing board.