Recent house price increases in Toronto are being driven by demand from foreign and domestic buyers who are caught up in a bubble of growing price expectations, and are not due to a fundamental lack of housing in the city, according to a new study released Monday.

Jim Main is set to put a lot of people through school. But it’s not his children who are the recipients. Mr. Main, a 94-year-old retired chartered accountant from Toronto, has set up 11 registered education savings funds (RESPs) for all of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

When Corinne Contant began her professional career as a dentist 20 years ago she, like many self-employed individuals, found that there were certain years when investing in the growth of her practice needed to take precedence over socking away retirement funds...

The market has been hitting new highs. Resource stocks are up and down like a yo-yo. And with Donald Trump and Brexit, gold is back in the conversation. In these confusing times, what is an investor to do? Are there any places to hide?

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Spring. It means warmer weather is right around the corner… And so are tax refunds. Are you among the lucky few taxpayers who will receive a government cheque? What will you do with it? Here are a few ideas to consider.

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