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Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | November 19, 2018
Finance Minister Bill Morneau, pictured Aug. 9, 2018, at a Farm Boy store in Ottawa, where he announced the reduction of credit card interchange fees affecting small and medium-sized businesses. Harmonizing mortgage finance regulations across all jurisdictions will require leadership from the government of Canada and collaboration among all provinces and territories, but the effort would benefit all Canadians, writes Keith Lancastle. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | November 19, 2018
Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | November 19, 2018
Finance Minister Bill Morneau, pictured Aug. 9, 2018, at a Farm Boy store in Ottawa, where he announced the reduction of credit card interchange fees affecting small and medium-sized businesses. Harmonizing mortgage finance regulations across all jurisdictions will require leadership from the government of Canada and collaboration among all provinces and territories, but the effort would benefit all Canadians, writes Keith Lancastle. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | July 27, 2016
There is a growing acknowledgement that concerns over ever-higher house prices is largely an issue confined to two cities, namely Toronto (a TO neighbourhood pictured here) and Vancouver. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons by SimonP.
Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | July 27, 2016
Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | July 27, 2016
There is a growing acknowledgement that concerns over ever-higher house prices is largely an issue confined to two cities, namely Toronto (a TO neighbourhood pictured here) and Vancouver. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons by SimonP.
Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | January 25, 2016
Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | January 25, 2016
Opinion | BY KEITH LANCASTLE | January 25, 2016