“Vancouver is in a different league,” he said. “It is probably among a select group of global cities where home prices are not connected to the local economic fundamentals.”
Imam Abdullah Hakim Quick was at a banquet, surrounded by mayors, police chiefs and dignitaries, celebrating 26 years of the Canadian Council of Imams when he learned Islamic State was calling for his murder.
But the bad news doesn’t just affect people who haven’t bought yet. Upgrading from a condo to a house in these cities would become a mere fantasy for many in the middle class under these scenarios.
In order to accommodate religious ceremony our campus has a Muslim group prayer room where “gender segregation during worship services that the Muslim Students Association practices is permissible at the University of Toronto”. Link To Article
Ali Hammoud and his wife Saadh already had ten children, but with the arrival of baby Azhar in January, the family now includes four girls and seven boys.
The new baby is believed to be one of the first children born to the 25,000 Syrian refugees who arrived under the current Liberal government.
This wealthy foreign investment strategy is driving up prices, and lowering our standard of living as a result, as it is making it impossible for Canadians to buy homes in their own country.
Taiwan has recently signed a mutual driver’s license recognition agreement with the Canadian province of Ontario that allows the citizens of the two sides to exchange their driver’s license for a local one without having to take tests, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has announced.
Ward 22 Councillor Josh Matlow told CP24 Tuesday afternoon that in light of Trump’s recent call to ban Muslims from entering the United States, Toronto should disassociate itself from the Trump brand altogether.
LifeSiteNews reported on Saturday’s “Stop bullying Christians” rallyin Toronto where over 600 participants prayed, listened, waved signs, danced and sang hymns in Toronto’s Dundas Square before marching to City Hall to protest what they say is the city’s blatant discrimination against Christians.
Documents obtained by Postmedia News show that as of Nov. 19, Citizenship and Immigration Canada had nearly 9,500 Syrian refugee applications in the queue. Of those, about 7,700 were applications from private sponsors such as families and church groups. The government had sponsored most of the other 1,800.