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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Sleep Deprivation, the Growing Threat to Health : the Hidden "Costs of Wakefulness"

Sleep Deprivation, the Growing Threat to Health : the Hidden "Costs of Wakefulness"

A Guide for Sleep-Challenged Condo Dwellers from the Experts A “sleepidemic” —an epidemic of “wakefulness” — may be robbing us, and especially our children, of their health and wellbeing, according to Harvard Medical School. [1] Reduced sleep is associated with shortened lifespan, and increased risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Urban dwellers, and people… Continue Reading

Sleep Deprivation, the Growing Threat to Health : the Hidden “Costs of Wakefulness”

Sleep Deprivation, the Growing Threat to Health : the Hidden “Costs of Wakefulness”

A Guide for Sleep-Challenged Condo Dwellers from the Experts A “sleepidemic” —an epidemic of “wakefulness” — may be robbing us, and especially our children, of their health and wellbeing, according to Harvard Medical School. [1] Reduced sleep is associated with shortened lifespan, and increased risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Urban dwellers, and people… Continue Reading

BMO: Housing Prices Won't Decline in Toronto Regardless of Monetary Policy

BMO: Housing Prices Won't Decline in Toronto Regardless of Monetary Policy

Analysts at the Bank of Montreal doubt interventions by the Bank of Canada will have any impact on the ongoing surge in home sales and pricing. “None of the major drivers of Vancouver and Toronto’s housing market are pointing downward.”  —Douglas Porter, chief economist at BMO,  in a draft report. The report adds weight to… Continue Reading

BMO: Housing Prices Won’t Decline in Toronto Regardless of Monetary Policy

BMO: Housing Prices Won’t Decline in Toronto Regardless of Monetary Policy

Analysts at the Bank of Montreal doubt interventions by the Bank of Canada will have any impact on the ongoing surge in home sales and pricing. “None of the major drivers of Vancouver and Toronto’s housing market are pointing downward.”  —Douglas Porter, chief economist at BMO,  in a draft report. The report adds weight to… Continue Reading

Despite record-low listings, home sales forecast to rise through 2016: CREA

Despite record-low listings, home sales forecast to rise through 2016: CREA

Canada’s resale housing market was defined by supply shortages, higher sales, and higher prices in 2015, and those same market trends have only intensified in 2016, says the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). National sales activity and average prices reached new heights in the first half of this year, while the availability of single-family homes… Continue Reading

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