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THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 TRENDING STORIES
1. Cryptocurrency risks, blockchain potential
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This past winter, one Toronto man listed his two-bedroom condo for sale for 35 Bitcoin (around $450,000 at that time). He wanted to prove that Bitcoin could be used in the real estate market. Two weeks later, he found a buyer and sold his condo for 33 Bitcoin, marking the first property to be sold using Bitcoin in Canada.
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2. B.C. industry groups file court challenge against NDP

The B.C. NDP government’s new Community Benefits Agreement is being challenged in court by key industry groups led by the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association (ICBA). Read More »

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3. GTA apartment sector continues to flourish
The latest market report from Marcus & Millichap reveals the GTA apartment sector is experiencing another strong year, with continued growth projected. Read More »
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4. Alberta invests in Vivo expansion project
Alberta has announced it will be providing $15 million over three years for the Vivo for Healthier Generations expansion project, which will add 25,900 square metres (85,000 square feet) to the popular health and wellness centre operated by the charity in northeast Calgary. Read More »
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5. WHO classifies hoarding as a medical condition
Mental health advocates and clinicians are calling for more targeted research and hoping for less public stigma now that the World Health Organization has recognized hoarding as a medical condition, distinct from other disorders with which it is often associated. Read More »
 
 
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