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5月18日头条:回国新规;全力加息房市现悔约潮

回国新规;4月通胀6.8%;油价要大跌;房市现悔约潮;多伦多机场行李堆积如山......

以下是5月18日新闻头条,点击链接查看更多详情:

本地要闻

中国驻多伦多总领馆发布最新回国检测通知,自2022年5月21日(含当日)起,乘坐赴华直飞航班人员行前检测要求进行调整,取消登机前7天核酸预检测、血清抗体检测、既往感染人员肺部CT或X光检测要求,所有人员统一在登机前进行两次核酸检测和一次抗原检测。

统计局公布4月份的消费者价格指数(CPI)上升6.8%。与一年前相比,加拿大人购买食品的费用增加了9.7%,是自1981年9月以来最大的增幅。

过去两个月加拿大的房价开始下跌、销售放缓,一批购房者后悔了。多伦多和温哥华的房地产经纪人和律师注意到由于市场大幅转变,买家们会考虑有哪些退出的选择,而卖家则希望确保交易完成。

央行4月份升息之后,加拿大地产协会(CREA)的数据显示各地房价都比3月有所下降。按照4月份的均价,在各地能买到的房子长什么样?

(图源:CTV)

有TikTok网友分享了视频,显示在多伦多皮尔逊机场3号航站楼的行李提取处,堆积了成吨的行李!有网友等拿行李硬是等了3.5小时!机场里面的各个区域,也全是人

多伦多备受欢迎的Canada's Wonderland重开没多久又出事了!机器故障导致游客再次被“挂”在高空......

多伦多一间沃尔玛超市有男子抢钱包被过路人抓住,直到警察赶到现场。

安省政府18日通报新冠死亡新增16人,多伦多市新增确诊409人,比昨天的249人显著增加。

加拿大10名年轻科学家在美国举行的青年STEM项目竞赛中载誉归来,9人获奖,其中多伦多华裔中学生李昊霖(Haolin Li,音译)获得第二名

加拿大两华人女子相识一个月后闪婚,4年后分居,两个人都指责对方有家暴行为,现在再为离婚争房产打官司。法官判定二人将其婚后房产出售,两人平分所得资金。其中一位当事人因一直独自供房贷,认为平分售房款不公提出上诉,但上诉被驳回。

视频新闻

美国华盛顿的某个停车场因“争夺车位”发生了令人哭笑不得的一幕:一名身穿红色T恤的大妈情急之下竟然掏出乳房作为攻击武器,对着驾驶位的玻璃就是一顿“喷奶”的大动作!

生活资讯

加拿大可负担能源协会主席Dan McTeague报告说,周四大多伦多和安省大部分地区的汽油价格预计将下降3分,平均价格为每升2.069元。周五油价预计再大降10分,至每升1.969元

长周末即将到来,不过未来几天一股冷空气来袭,会给安省带来降雨甚至雷暴天气

安省一名男子驾驶的汽车行驶了近100万公里,他是如何做到的?CTV New报道了他分享的秘决。

从5月21日开始,多伦多人可以搭乘火车前往尼亚加拉大瀑布和其他目的地,单人周末票价低至$10加币,周末两天套票价格低至$15加币。

风靡全球的日本炸鸡连锁店Torisho马上就要来到多伦多啦~而且这也是加拿大的第一家分店!

图源:Long Beach Post

TikTok网友吐槽加拿大生活:Tim Hortons太甜,牛奶装在袋子里,电话机从来不关,房屋不隔音。

多伦多Yonge-Dundas广场将举办一场哈利波特免费活动,粉丝们可以见到新剧的演员,并有机会登上#HopOnTheCursedChild双层巴士。

中国和国际

鲍威尔:美联储将全力控制通胀。美联储主席鲍威尔5月17日表示,美联储将继续加息以控制美国高企的通胀率,即使这么做会推高美国的失业率。有经济学家担心,美联储持续加息有可能让美国经济陷入衰退。

习降李升传言甚嚚尘上 惊指习近平无法再续任。久被视为“弱势总理”的中国国务院总理李克强近来突然成为焦点,起因是中共党内“习降李升”传言近来在中国内外甚嚚尘上,各种内容不一而足,根源则与中国面临的经济及外交困境有关。

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    MPPs in Ontario disclose that they own investment properties, but not exactly where. So CTV News Investigates had to dig into land title records and other sources to find more than 40 properties, owned by 25 MPPs in the most recent parliament.  Once we had identified the properties, HouseSigma’s machine learning and artificial intelligence came in with estimates about what the properties are worth today.  Of the properties we identified, 23 were owned by MPPs elected as PCs, 15 by NDP MPPs, and three by Liberals. The Green party confirmed that Mike Schreiner does not have an investment property.For example, Willowdale PC Candidate Stan Cho has four investment properties. The two that we could value are worth an estimated $2.3 million today.  In Scarborough, NDP Candidate Dole Begum’s portfolio of four properties, which she shares with her extended family, rose $2.49 million since purchase to $4.41 million today.  Former Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne declared two investment properties, which have more than doubled in value since purchase, to $1.5 million.  Former PC MPP Roman Baber — who was removed from caucus in 2021 over his opinion on COVID-19 lockdowns — appeared to have the largest portfolio, with three homes valued together at $5.21 million, a surge of about $2 million since he purchased them.  Many of these properties are over and above any properties they own as their residence, as a recreational property, or as a property they use to live in Toronto during legislative sessions.  Of the properties bought in the past 10 years, prices have jumped about 77 per cent — a windfall of about $4.7 million on paper.  That’s a figure that has some Ontarians wondering about the impact that amount of money has on our legislators making decisions.  “If you are someone who makes money off the housing market in a direct way, you have a very clear conflict of interest,” said Marguerita Kaliazina, speaking on Danforth Avenue in Toronto.   Reached at a press conference in Hamilton, PC Leader Doug Ford — running to keep his job as premier — said his government had acted to rein in prices.  “I don’t think we’re slow. To the contrary,” he said, pointing to housing starts figures he argued shows there was an increase in housing supply. “Our goal is to cut through the red tape and work collaboratively with municipalities because they’re the ones issuing the permits.”