TORONTO — Evidence of overvaluation is moderating, however Canada’s federal housing agency maintained its “strong” overall risk rating for the country’s housing market in its quarterly assessment.
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By Alexandra Posadzki The Canadian Press
TORONTO — Programmable bacteria, a gold-sniffing camera and a virtual reality tool for taking investors underground were among the innovations on display at the world’s biggest annual mining convention in Toronto this week.
TORONTO — MintChip, the digital cash platform started by the Royal Canadian Mint and acquired earlier this year by Toronto financial technology startup nanoPay, will be available to consumers starting today.
All Canadians are now able to download and use the MintChip app to send and receive digital cash between family and friends for free.
TORONTO — Several of Canada’s biggest banks are upping the fees that they charge customers even as they continue to rake in hefty profits, and experts say Canadians are likely too complacent to do much about it.
TORONTO Overseas investors looking to park their money in Canadian real estate could soon be donning headsets and touring upcoming condo developments in virtual reality, according to the founder of a Toronto-based technology firm.
TORONTO Government documents suggest the federal Department of Finance is keeping close tabs on shadow mortgage lenders, a fast-growing segment of the market that could threaten the country’s financial stability if left unregulated.