The Trump International Hotel and Tower in downtown Toronto will soon lose the President's name, as the luxury property is rebranded only five years after opening its doors.
A probe by Toronto's auditor general raised concerns about a “lack of independence, transparency and judgment” in a planned North York property deal involving the Toronto Parking Authority.
The European Union acted on a competition probe Tuesday that has been underway since 2010 when shopping startup Foundem, which provided price comparison services, filed an official complaint against Google.
Nova Scotia has the third most affordable housing market, according to the Canadian Real Estate Market, but if you're looking to shovel out the money, the Atlantic province has its own fair share of expensive homes to choose from.
Canada's benchmark stock index fell on Tuesday as technology and gold mining shares retreated, offsetting gains for the energy sector as oil prices climbed.