Hamilton LRT/
April 17, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

Hamilton LRT/
April 17, 2019

Tags: Hamilton, Transportation, Train, Market, Transit

 Another important project is coming to Hamilton, and this time is about Transit as well. The new Hamilton Light Transit rail will offer a frequent, reliable and safe service that will run from McMaster University in the west, through downtown Hamilton to Eastgate in Stoney Creek. These projections will generate a significant demand to move people throughout the city and connect them to emplo...Read More

Mississauga LTR/
April 15, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

Mississauga LTR/
April 15, 2019

Tags: Transit, Project, Market

New projects are coming into Mississauga, and it only means one thing when it comes to a new transit project: “Reduced time and traffic”. Hurontario Light Rail Transit is the new project expected to be completed and functioning by 2022. Everyone is excited about it because it won’t only save time, but also will connect two major cities, Mississauga and Brampton, directly. Th...Read More

Interest Rate/
April 10, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

Interest Rate/
April 10, 2019

Tags: Market, Interest, Rate

To have a better understanding about how interest rate works in Canada, we need to know first the difference between Prime interest and overnight interest. The prime rate is the interest rate that commercial banks charge their most creditworthy customers. Generally, a bank's best customers consist of large corporations. The prime interest rate, or prime lending rate, is largely determine...Read More

Government Policies/
April 8th, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

Government Policies/
April 8th, 2019

Tags: Market, Housing, Government, Policies

The Bank of Canada, which is owned by the Federal Government, helps to keep inflation low, promotes efficient banking systems, is responsible for currency, and is a fiscal agent. The government has been implementing certain policies according to the current economy position that Canada has been facing the past years. As we know, some imbalances between the demand and supply in the housing market h...Read More

Infrastructure/
April 4, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

Infrastructure/
April 4, 2019

Tags: Economy, Infrastructure, Housing, Market

All systems used in order to develop new projects, make modern society and economic activity possible. It ensures that labor and capital can be deployed in ways that are productive and serve society’s needs. Good infrastructure is an essential ingredient in economic growth and prosperity. It is critical for both, private sector and public sector productivity. Housing market is usually affec...Read More

Economy & Unemployment Rates/ March 21, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

Economy & Unemployment Rates/ March 21, 2019

Tags: Unemployment, Economy, Market

Unemployment is an important indicator of economy health in every country. The economy usually improves before the unemployment rate starts to rise again. However, it causes a sort of wavy effect across the economy. With one person losing his job, there is one less person that will pay state and federal income taxes, one less person that will pay additional sales tax revenue and will spend much l...Read More

Divorce Rates/
March 18, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

Divorce Rates/
March 18, 2019

Tags: Divorce, Canada, Rates, Economy

Within Canada, the Yukon has the highest divorce rate at 59.7 per cent, and Newfoundland and Labrador enjoy the lowest at 25 per cent. In Ontario 42.1 per cent of marriages will end before they reach their 30th anniversary according to Stats Canada.  General Divorce Statistics Here are some other general statistics regarding the divorce rate in Canada based on historical and social trends: ...Read More

In-migration /
March 14, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

In-migration /
March 14, 2019

Tags: Migration, Ontario, Inter province

In-migration is another important factor that affects Canadian economy. It is a fundamental component of population and demand growth. Here is some relevant data: In 2015/2016, British Columbia and Ontario were the principal beneficiaries of net interprovincial migration among the provinces in Canada. The largest migratory flows in Canada were from Alberta to British Columbia and Ontario. The...Read More

Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program/
March 7, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program/
March 7, 2019

Tags: Foreign, Migration, Canada

Another Process that implies the increase of Canadian population and the imbalanced position of Demand and Supply, is the implementation of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. This is considered as a movement of people from one country to another for the purposes of employment for a brief period of time. Canadian Government created this program in order to help increase the economy in the count...Read More

International Students/
March 2, 2019

By: Jessie Banwait

International Students/
March 2, 2019

Tags: International Students, Migration, Canada, Market

  Canada is one of the countries around the world that has been hosting significant amounts of international students for the past years. Important data was gathered to find out that the total of international students is larger than its total higher education populations.Many factors are involved in the increased arrival of international students every year, one of them is due to the fact o...Read More