Rob Roach, ATB Economics | July 20, 2021
Global Population To Reach 9.7 Billion By 2050
It’s a big world out there and it keeps growing. Because our economy is heavily reliant on global trade, this is good news for Alberta.
Land titles are an integral part of home ownership and a necessity when taking possession of a new home. A Land title protects the owner from anyone trying to claim right to the property.
Who handles the processing of land titles?
Service Alberta provides the registering of land ownership rights, while the Land Titles Act provides the legislative agenda for the registering of the land related documents.
What are Land Titles?
Land titles are a registering of ownership or possession of land. This is a recorded, and important, legal document that indicates who owns the property.
The most common documents related to Land Titles are:
Builder’s Lien: A builder (contractor, subcontractor, supplier, and labourer) may put a lien on…
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Interest rates expected to climb above the previous peak for the first time in decades amid robust recovery
TORONTO — With fiscal spending booming and households flush with cash, investors are betting that the Bank of Canada’s next tightening cycle, expected to begin in 2022, will result in interest rates climbing above the previous peak for the first time in decades.
In four major tightening cycles since the early 1990s, the Bank of Canada’s key interest rate has peaked at a level that was lower than the preceding endpoint.
But that could change in the next cycle, as historic levels of government spending globally raise prospects of an economic recovery from the COVID-19…