Blockbuster September Jobs Report – Further Fuel For Rising Interest Rates Statistics Canada released the September Labour Force Survey this morning, providing some unmitigated good news on the jobs front. Employment rose by 157,000 (+0.8%) in September, the fourth consecutive monthly increase. The unemployment rate fell by 0.2 percentage points to 6.9%.
Employment gains in September were concentrated in full-time work and among people in the core working-age group of 25 to
How awesome does it feel to have a positive impact on the lives of others – especially those who need it most. I’m taking the leap! This is for charity, so I am sending this email to you, to personally ask for your support to help me raise funds to support Easter Seals and their programs. On Thursday, September 9th, I will be rappelling down a whopping 28 storeys of the Metrotower (rooftop to the ground) at Metrotown in Drop Zone Burnaby to raise much needed funds to support
Due to COVID-19 most municipalities have delayed the payment of property taxes to September 30th. Typically they are due on July 2nd of every year. Please double check on your property tax notice when they are due as each municipality could be different. Remember to apply for the BC Homeowners Grant if you are eligible. To apply for the grant, you have to complete the application sent with your tax bill and return to local municipality. In most municipalities, you are able to