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Honestdoor.com sets new bar for real estate information and transparency in Calgary

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Alberta ‘property tech’ platform aims to bring in-depth property information to cities across Canada     

October 1, 2019 (Calgary, Alta.) – Calgarians now have access to the most comprehensive online real estate tool in Canada as honestdoor.com launches in Calgary today. Home and commercial property buyers and sellers in Calgary can check for free, in-depth information about every property in the city, including last sold price, assessed price history, HonestDoor Price estimate, permit data, transaction data and soon to be released Calgary neighbourhood growth rates.

HonestDoor is the new starting point for real estate buyers, sellers, investors, future investors and curious neighbours. The website provides them the freedom and transparency to find what a home last sold for, an up-to-date price estimate and other vital information before making buying and selling decisions, and prior to contacting a real estate agent.

“We are excited to offer Calgarians the easiest way to access all the information they need to make the best decisions about keeping, selling or buying a home,” said Dan Belostotsky, HonestDoor founder and CEO. “Our mission is to provide free and instant real estate transparency to everyone, then to provide analytics and predictions to help people with their decisions and, in the near future, to help them buy and sell property.”

With unrivalled free access to property information, consumers can learn all about the properties they are interested in or assess the value of their own home and how it ranks in the neighbourhood.    

HonestDoor launched in Edmonton on May 28, 2019 and now covers Calgary, Leduc and Spruce Grove, and soon the rest of Alberta and then Canada. No other website or app in Canada matches the depth of property information provided by honestdoor.com.

HonestDoor’s ‘big data’ and machine learning tech to drive new wave of deep analytics

In the coming months, HonestDoor will use its proprietary machine learning system and other data analytics tools to add even more useful information for consumers.

The next wave of features includes future price projections on each home and identification of homes and neighbourhoods likely to appreciate more quickly over the coming years.

To date the number of people visiting the site, engaging with its wealth of information and asking for it to expand has exceeded expectations, said Belostotsky.

HonestDoor is working through details with investors on a national expansion plan. As well, HonestDoor has a long list of qualified companies eager to advertise on the consumer website. 

About HonestDoor

Using “big data” and AI, honestdoor.com is your real estate starting point. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, HonestDoor is the only free source for sold prices of real estate and real-time price estimates in Canada. The company’s mission is to help consumers across Canada make the best real estate decisions with up-to-date, accurate information about residential and commercial property pricing.  

For more information about HonestDoor, visit honestdoor.com.

Background: HonestDoor launch news release – May 28, 2019 

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3 October. Actions across Canada against Detention of Migrants and Protest at Construction Site of New Migrant Prison in Laval

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MONTREAL/TORONTO/HALIFAX/OTTAWA/VANCOUVER, etc., 30 September 2019 – Actions will take place across Canada against the detention of migrants and refugees on Thursday, October 3rd. In Montreal, community members will gather outside the Laval Immigration Detention Centre to express support for detainees. In June, major changes to Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act effectively closed the door on thousands of refugees pushed out of the US by anti-migrant policies. Some of those excluded are now being held in the Laval Immigration Detention Centre. The protest will then march to the site of the new prison for migrants. Construction started on the site on August 5th, 2019. 

Date: Thursday, 3 October 2019

Time: 5pm

Location: Immigration Detention Centre, 200 Montée Saint-François, Laval (Québec)  H7C 1S5 

Contact: 

Montreal: Eloy Rivas, tel. 819-598-4767 or 514 222 0205; email solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com

Toronto: nooneisillegal@riseup.net

Ottawa: Souheil Benslimane, tel. 819-592-6469; email souheilabouomar@gmail.com

Sherbrooke: Vicki Chartrand, tel. 819-446-7774; email vicki.chartrand@ubishops.ca 

London: Jason Sandhar, tel. 519 694 6537; email jbs.sunder@gmail.com

Halifax: Stacey Gomez, tel. 902 999 4458; email noii.hfx@gmail.com

Vancouver: Ayendri Riddell, tel. 604-787-6560; email ayendririddell@gmail.com

SOURCE Solidarity Across Borders www.solidarityacrossborders.org

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What Canadians needs to know about online gambling

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Canadians love online betting and participating in online gambling for real, but are these activities legal? People can sometimes get confused when it comes to the legitimacy of online casinos, as Canadian laws tend to be a bit more complicated and complex than usual.

It is important to mention that so far, there are several types of physical gambling activities that are legal in Canada, and the same laws apply to online gambling. However, there are certain aspects, such as using overseas gambling websites that are somewhat unclear. Therefore, it is safe to say that things can get confusing for passionate gamblers, especially when it comes to gambling real money on virtual platforms.

Is it legal for Canadians to gamble at online casinos?

The short answer is yes. From a player’s perspective, online gambling is legal in Canada. Operating an online casino from Canada is, however, illegal. Consequently, most web-based casinos that can be accessed from Canada are offshore.

Because high-quality gambling websites that offers games like Jackpot city casino Canada are safe and completely legal, Canada is a very attractive gaming environment and its residents can safely enjoy online gambling.

Nowadays, the great majority of gambling forms have been legalized on Canadian territory. Online gambling, however, is sometimes considered a bit trickier because it is illegal for local companies to operate web-based casinos. This situation is a result of the fact that up until the 1960s, the Canadian Government was a fierce opponent of all types of gambling. After the 1960s, however, each Canadian province has a right to decide whether or not poker and gambling activities are legal within their borders. When this law was instated, some provinces legalized lotteries and even casinos. In 1989, in Winnipeg, the first Canadian casino was opened followed by the one in Montréal in 1993.

Presently, when it comes to gambling, it is legal for each Canadian province to choose which types of gambling are legal and which are not, and the same principle applies to online gambling. For example, the Kahnawake Mohawk Nation province has been allowed by the Canadian Government to legalize online casinos on its territory. Since then, large numbers of Canadian players have been able to enjoy online gambling legally and safely.

What are the best money transaction methods for Canadian online casinos?

Because a lot of online casinos available to Canadian players are based in other countries, completing payments can sometimes be difficult. For instance, the most popular credit card option – Visa, is not an accepted payment method at every web-based casino.

In some cases, setting up an account on a third-party finance transfer website might be required before a player can join a gambling website. Canadian players should also know that some virtual casinos prefer wire transfers, while others will provide a list of alternative payment methods.

A popular and legal payment method used by Canadian players to make deposits in virtual casinos is Citadel. This platform offers safe online payment services and guarantees that each transaction is safely and securely processed. Furthermore, Citadel Commerce offers customers the option to transfer funds in an inexpensive, easy, safe, and reliable way. Transactions through Citadel can be executed from any mobile or computer device that is connected to the Internet. Citadel is so popular among Canadian users because it does not require an associated credit card and does not reveal any banking or personal details to third-party websites. The only personal information that players must provide in order to be able to use Citadel is a valid bank account.

Another popular payment method that Canadian players can use is ClickandBuy. This platform is also one of the most used transfer methods within the global gambling industry. The things that make the ClickandBuy platform so incredibly popular are the facts that it is very user-friendly, secure, and safe. The registration process on the ClickandBuy website is very simple. The user needs to fill in their personal details (name, address, etc.) and some financial information. After filling in the aforementioned details, the users go through a quick verification process and they are all set.

Visa is also a widespread online casino deposit method due to the fact that Visa credit, debit, and prepaid cards are accepted in more than 150 countries. This means that numerous websites, including online casinos based in other countries, will accept Visa.

Another brand known for the high levels of security provided to users, reliability and product diversity is MasterCard. Being accepted all over the world, MasterCard transfers are extremely popular in online gambling communities. The main difference between Visa and MasterCard is the fact that players are able to withdraw their online casino winnings with Visa, while MasterCard users do not have this option.

In conclusion, it is important for Canadian players to know that participating in online gambling is a legal activity and that they can use a wide range of money transaction methods such as Citadel, ClickandBuy, Visa, and MasterCard.

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Real Estate increasing entry of criminals in Toronto

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Real Estate increasing entry of criminals in Toronto
Real Estate increasing entry of criminals in Toronto

Canadian real estate has attracted the cash and a focus of corrupt officers from throughout the globe. Criminals could also be benefiting from lax disclosure guidelines within the space of Higher Toronto to speculate billions of {dollars} in In poor health gotten good points within the regional housing market.

According to a report by Transparency Worldwide Canada for Tax equity Canadians discovered that roughly $28.5 billion value of analysis Residential purchases since 2008 have been completed by means of company entities. The report additional notes that $9.eight billion housing purchases have been completed and not using a mortgage.

The company buildings like trusts or nominees enable the useful homeowners of an actual property to remain hidden from regulation enforcement and tax authorities. The report notes that opaque possession guidelines have made it a tempting goal for world criminals.

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