Money Talks: Volume 51
Sure Toronto mayor Rob Ford has done a lot for his city’s bottom line. But now that the bottom has fallen out on the mayor, what’s to become of him – and the office he holds? Those are the questions everyone in the country, and in many places around the globe, are asking so it’s no surprise that this topic made it into this week’s edition of Money Talks. To go along with it we also have an update on the Senate, and what’s to become of it, as well as some personal finance and real estate news too.
Boomer & Echo takes a look at the new Tangerine, and how it’s making personal accounts more accessible to customers.
RateSupermarket is already thinking about Christmas, and the holiday spending that goes along with it. Check out how much, on average, those in your province are willing to spend this year, and see where you fall in.
Want to buy a home, but don’t want to spend a fortune doing it? CanEquity blog helps you determine home affordability.
Toronto’s mayor isn’t the only one having problems. A major real estate developer in Calgary is suing the mayor of that city in a defamation lawsuit.
After months of seeing an upswing, home sales fall around the country in October.
Rob Ford faced a tough time at city council this year, and The Star has the story for you.
There’s little doubt around the nation that some kind of Senate reform is needed. How it’s done and what exactly that encapsulates is what’s under debate.