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Over 75 per cent of Saskatchewanians unhappy with move to charge PST on insurance premiums
Posted on July 28, 2017

The people have spoken. A new poll reveals that Saskatchewanians are decidedly against their government's recent move to charge PST on insurance premiums.

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These neighbourhoods are not feeling the effects of Toronto's overall housing price downturn
Posted on July 27, 2017

Both within the core of Toronto and in its surrounding townships, several real estate districts have bucked the cooling trend that has been happening around the GTA since the government announced a series of housing reforms in the spring.

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Ottawa-area township North Gower experiences record levels of flooding
Posted on July 26, 2017

Residents of North Gower were stunned by the record levels of rainfall that have plagued their township over the past few days, which have left many scrambling to find out what sort of home insurance coverage they have.

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B.C. insurance corporation in serious financial trouble
Posted on July 25, 2017

The ICBC is in grave financial trouble, according to a leaked report from Ernst & Young. Poor management from the previous Liberal administration has put the recently installed NDP in a difficult spot when it comes to auto insurance.

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Canadians buying American homes in record numbers
Posted on July 24, 2017

The loonie is only just starting to shape up a bit now, but that hasn't been stopping Canadians from buying American homes in record numbers over this past year. They were second only to the Chinese, spending an all-time high of $19-billion U.S.

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