The Manitoba government announced plans to launch an eviction fact sheet for landlords to clarify the process for evicting tenants who are breaking the law, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced.
At a press conference in Edmonton, government representatives announced that the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is investing $4.4 million to support the University of Alberta's Housing for Health project.
The project is set to be the tallest residential tower in Montreal.
The Montreal apartment sector posted an increase of $388 million in 2018 and continues to lead the commercial real estate industry as the city's most attractive investment opportunity.
A new apartment development is coming to Kingston, ON, featuring three new rental buildings comprised of 788 units and over 600,000 square feet of total area.
The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers (QPAREB) appoints its 2019-20 board of directors.
Greenwin Inc. and Choice Properties REIT have completed the acquisition of 26 Grenville St. and 27 Grosvenor St. in downtown Toronto, paving the way for an expansive revitalization of the 0.9-acre property.
Current approval processes are hampering the development of safe and affordable housing in Ontario, according to a new research paper published by the OBOA.
Overall, average rents in Canada declined slightly in March after three straight months of increasing rental rates, according to the April national rent report produced by Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
The partners will invest in in-suite and common area upgrades with the aim of generating more revenue from the units, which are located in the downtown cores on both sides of the Ottawa River.
A new government means a new round of scrutiny for Ontario's property assessment agency.
It's becoming harder for renting Canadians to make a move to condos. This is according to an RBC housing report that indicates the high price of single-family housing is driving demand for condos and creating intense affordability pressures.
According to the latest Royal LePage House Price Survey, low rental vacancy rates and rising rental costs in Calgary are contributing to a modest increase in condominium ownership.
ASH REIT announced it has purchased a portfolio of four high-quality purpose-built student accommodation ("PBSA") properties located in Waterloo, Hamilton and Oshawa.
Quebec promises to catch up on the delivery of previously announced affordable housing units, while Nova Scotia invests in major repairs in existing social housing buildings.
CAPREIT has announced that Mark Kenney, former COO, has been appointed Chief Executive Officer and a member of its board of trustees, effective March 27, 2019.
The 2019 budget promises the second top-up in as many years to the low-cost loan fund supporting construction of rental housing.