Tiffany Elton says she is feeling relief and closure as her former home on Summer Street in St. John's was torn down Thursday morning. Elton paid out of pocket to have the property, which she later learned was a burned-out former commercial garage, to be demolished after the City of St. John's refused to pay.
Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow found herself in an online spat with Immigration Minister Marc Miller Wednesday as all levels of government continued to face criticism over the response to housing refugees and asylum seekers.
Some B.C. residents are calling Ottawa's tax relief for homes heated with oil "unfair," saying the relief mostly helps Atlantic Canadians.
Residents of a mobile home park in Penticton, B.C., must wait another day to learn when they might be allowed to return to their homes.
A draft of the City of Vancouver’s proposed budget for 2024 says the median single-family home owner will pay an extra $263 in property tax next year, while the median business property owner will pay an extra $478.
Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Housing Minister Jill Green wouldn't say whether the government would consider implementing a rent cap in the future, given the recent data.
Patrick Lecours sold his home in the Glebe and a new family is waiting to move in, but his current tenants won't move out. They say they have the right to stay because they didn't receive proper notice.
Senior government officials told a legislature committee Wednesday the province is hoping its Affordable Housing Development Program and its partnership with room rental platform Happipad will create 820 new living spaces across Nova Scotia.