- What a $1 million home looks like in Canada this week: June 23 edition
Homes in Courtenay, B.C., Toronto, Ont. and Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Que. are all new on the market, and some are bigger bargains than others.
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- James Taylor's childhood home to be auctioned
The beloved childhood home of one of the best-selling musicians of all time will be hitting the auction block on June 29. James Taylor, who has won five Grammy awards for his folk-rock music, moved to … More »James Taylor's childhood home to be auctioned
- Top 10 most ridiculous trademark attempts (and successes)
Last month, unbeknownst to numerous people chowing down on a late breakfast, U.S. fast-food restaurant Jack … More »Top 10 most ridiculous trademark attempts (and successes)
- The most expensive Canadian cities to live in
Mercer, the world's largest human resources consulting firm, has released its annual cost of living rankings. The list, according … More »The most expensive Canadian cities to live in
- How one bank is trying to make their workplaces more LGBT-friendly Insight
TD is hoping to make the company’s workplaces safer for queer employees as well as be able to offer them the same opportunities as their peers.
- Mark It Proud: Toronto men launch LGBTQ-inclusive greeting cards Insight
Two Toronto entrepreneurs seek to make inclusive greeting cards so that people from all walks of life can see themselves represented in the card aisle.
- Facebook post of dad teaching kids about charity and saving goes viral Insight
A U.S. dad is getting widespread props on social media for how he teaches his children the value of money.
- This city in New Zealand is paying people to move out Insight
Auckland is cutting checks of up to $5,000 for residents who are willing uproot and move elsewhere as a means to stem overcrowding the in city.
- A Brexit would cost UK jobs at Canadian firms — at least in the short term Insight
Last week, Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau added his own dire prediction to the pile, predicting that a “leave” vote could put at risk tens of thousands of UK jobs at Canadian companies.
- How a real estate bubble burst in Toronto, Vancouver could affect the rest of Canada Insight
Despite record high housing prices last month, four Canadian cities are actually seeing housing prices go down.
- The skills women need to find jobs in the technological revolution Insight
Women are at a notably higher risk of losing jobs in the next 10-20 years, but certain skills will make it much easier to weather that storm.
- For businesses, LGBTQ-friendly means more than just sponsoring Pride Insight
Canadian businesses are increasingly adopting practices that promote LGBTQ equality in the market and workplace.
- VR isn't just for gamers: here's what you need to know Insight
Initially targeted to video gamers who want a next-generation interactive entertainment experience, virtual reality (VR) is enjoying its “coming out” party in 2016.
- Facebook offers new suicide-prevention tools worldwide Insight
Facebook is rolling out its new tools to help its users offer support to their friends who they believe may be suicidal or self-harming.