Canadian Banks Not Immune to Housing-Related FailuresAndrew Mayeda
Canada’s banks, ranked the soundest on the planet by the World Economic Forum, aren’t immune to collapses triggered by falling housing prices, according to the government official implementing new mortgage rules.
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