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Sunday, June 19, 2016
EYE on the World - A Tale of Two Paradises
It was fun playing Masters of the Universe when expectations were low.
correction in the housing market that the Bank of Canada governor says is just around the corner
For almost two decades, Torontonians lucky enough to get mortgage approval have been buying into an increasingly inflated housing market and thinking they're sitting on a gold mine.
Instead, some may find themselves atop a house of cards.
Last week, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz warned in his semi-annual Financial System Review about a potential drop in real estate prices in Toronto and Vancouver. He said Toronto's rising prices are "unlikely to be sustained."
Temperatures of up to 35C force exodus to river and lake beaches.
The abnormally hot weather has seen temperatures some 8C above average across a vast swathe of southern Siberia.
On 12 June - Russia Day - new records were set in Novosibirsk (30.4C) and Tomsk (31.5C), and in Tuva Republic (31.7C).
The Saudi Arabian-like heat wave, still ongoing, has stretched to the east of Krasnoyarsk region, with the highest temperature being 35C.
Over the next two days southern Siberia will remain abnormally hot, some 7C higher than average
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