Chak Man Chow of Timmins won $631,875.50 in the Sept. 10 Lottario draw. Chak Man, 52, said he’s been a regular lottery player for more than 20 years. “When I scanned my ticket on the OLG App, I thought it said $631 at first,
A new report from RateHub.ca shows that homebuyers needed to earn at least $127,900 in October to meet the requirements to obtain a mortgage for an average priced home in the capital, with a 20 per cent down payment.
A new poll suggests the vast majority of Canadians are worried about how the federal Liberal government's plan to dramatically increase immigration levels over the next few years will affect housing and government services.
Ukraine's national rail company proudly boasts that 85 per cent of trains ran on schedule last month, despite thousands of missile, bomb and artillery strikes that have crumpled bridges, blown up tracks and killed nearly 300 rail workers since Feb.
A new survey shows that the majority of Canadian residents would support a modest price on housing inequity, with many calling for a surtax on homes valued over $1 million – comprising 10 per cent of the country’s housing market.
Lethbridge has taken the top prize for water quality, beating Calgary, Edmonton and Jasper for the honour. The award, which was given out at the American Water Works Association's Western Canadian conference in September,
One person is dead after a house fire about 23 kilometres south of Grande Prairie. Around 2:20 a.m. on Tuesday, emergency crews were called to a fire at a home in Grovedale, Alta., with a report of one occupant inside.
Riverside Poly at King, 7 p.m. Chino at Diamond Bar, 7 p.m. Garden Grove Pacifica at Linfield Christian, 7 p.m. Gladstone at Webb, 1 p.m. Irvine University vs. Magnolia at Western, 7 p.m. Trinity Classical Academy at Bosco Tech,
The Big 12 Conference, which has produced the last two NCAA men’s basketball champions in Kansas and Baylor — and would have had the overall No. 1 seed in the 2020 tournament in KU had COVID-19 not canceled the postseason — has been a popular place for high school recruits the past several seasons.
Regina-based online sports talk show host Rod Pederson reported Monday afternoon that the Guelph Nighthawks of the Canadian Elite Basketball League will relocate to Calgary and play out of WinSport in 2023.