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Zellers set to re-establish Canadian discount retail chain next year
... a digital-first shopping journey that taps into the nostalgia of the brand. The return of Zellers comes because of the soaring inflation that drives consumers to discount retailers in search of lower prices. It comes amid an ongoing lawsuit over a Quebec family s use of the Zellers brand. The Moniz family is behind several recent trademark applications and corporate registries, including Zellers Inc. , Zellers Convenience Store Inc. and Zellers Restaurant Inc. In a statement of claim filed ...
Updated: 08/20/2022
Criptocurrencies users react to new Canadian rules
... Canadian rules limiting buys of ether. Canadian exchange Bitbuy and Newton are imposing CAD$30,000 $23,100 annual buy limits on all tokens except Bitcoin, Ethereum,Litecoin andBitcoin. This doesn't apply to British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, or Quebec residents. Some social media users pointed out that affected individuals can bypass the rules by loading up on unrestricted token, transferring to a decentralized exchange, and swapping into the token of their choice. The Ontario Securities Commission ...
Updated: 08/18/2022
Zellers will be back, Hudson's Bay to resurrect Canadian discount retail
... Zellers will offer a digital-first shopping journey that taps into the nostalgia of the brand. The return of Zellers comes as rising inflation drives consumers to discount retailers in search of lower prices. It comes amid an ongoing lawsuit over a Quebec family's use of the Zellers brand. The Moniz family is behind a number of recent trademark applications and corporate registries, including Zellers Inc. , Zellers Convenience Store Inc. and Zellers Restaurant Inc. In a statement of claim filed ...
Updated: 08/17/2022
Canadian home prices set to drop by nearly 25% by the end of 2023, Desjardins forecasts
... seen by Desjardins for Ontario. The international immigration, return to work and improved affordability are the main factors that will lead to a decline in the price of the housing market going forward, according to the economists. The correction in Quebec has been less severe, the report said, and the price of the company expects to correct 17 per cent by December 2023, after rising 51 per cent from the end of 2019 to the peak in February of this year. Desjardins believes that Quebec will fare ...
Updated: 08/15/2022
RBC forecasts historic correction for housing market
... Sales are expected to fall more than 20% from record levels in every other province than Ontario and B.C. RBC expects to fall less than 3% in Alberta and Saskatchewan and between 5% and 8% in most of the other provinces by the first half of 2023. In Quebec, RBC sees home sales fall 16.8% by the end of 2022 and down 6.1% in 2023. Prices are expected to end higher than the year before, but will decline 5.1% in 2023. While RBC economists are expecting a historic correction, they don't see a collapse ...
Updated: 08/06/2022
Canada’s fastest growing home market is slowing
... around. We apologize for the video, but it didn't load. You can see other videos from our team by tapping here. The median price of a single-family home in Montreal in July was $550,000, down $30,000 from the April peak, according to data from the Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers . The prices are still 10 per cent higher than last year. Condominiums , often seen as a more affordable housing market entry point, saw their first price drop this year to a median of $391,500, ...
Updated: 08/04/2022
RBC forecasts historic correction in housing market
... expected to fall more than 20% from record levels in every other province than Ontario and B.C. RBC expects that prices in Alberta and Saskatchewan will fall less than 3% and between 5% and 8% in most of the other provinces by the first half of 2023. In Quebec, RBC sees home sales falling 16.8% by the end of 2022 and down 6.1% in 2023. Prices are expected to end higher than the year before and fall 5.1% in 2023. While the RBC economists are predicting a historic correction, they do not see a collapse ...
Updated: 08/02/2022
V Voyager’s $200 million promised to the National Women’ League
The funds promised to the U.S. National Women's Soccer League League NWSL players by Voyager Digital may not materialize as the lender filed for bankruptcy, Sportico reported on August 1 Quebec in December 2021. The funds promised to the U.S. National Women's Soccer League NWSL players by Voyager Digital may not materialize as the lender filed for bankruptcy, Sportico reported on August 1. The league has informed players that they ...
Updated: 08/02/2022
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