Real Estate News Headlines // October 1st 2014

What is happening in the Canadian Real Estate Market?


Global News

Legislation to ban high-volume fracking in Nova Scotia introduced

The Nova Scotia government introduced legislation Tuesday that would place an indefinite moratorium on high-volume hydraulic fracturing for onshore oil and gas from shale deposits.

The Vancouver Sun

Barbara Yaffe: Vancouver’s push for taller towers may be short-sighted

Vancouver is a recognized urban-design leader in North America but recent city planning decisions suggest “a feeling of having lost our way.”

Canadian dollar declines amid GDP disappointment, rising greenback

The Canadian dollar closed lower Tuesday as economic growth figures for July came in weaker than expected.

The Globe and Mail

Has the great Canadian housing slump already started?

For all the hand-wringing about a housing bubble, domestic real estate prices aren’t going up that fast.


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