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Montreal hikes residential taxes 4.1 per cent, highest since 2010

The City of Montreal announced an average tax rate increase of 4.1 per cent for residential properties in the city centre on Tuesday. It will be the highest tax increase since 2010. Residential property taxes collected by the city centre will go up an average of 4.1 per cent in 2023.

Montreal City Hall file photo. (Daniel J. Rowe/CTV News)

From mutual aid to donating time, how young Canadians are giving back differently

Despite having an inconsistent income and dealing with the rising cost of living, younger Canadians still want to feel as though they are making an impact, said Wen-Chih O'Connell, executive director of the PayPal Giving Fund. O'Connell said this desire has changed the way generation Z and millennials are giving back compared with older generations.

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Poilievre questions PM over alleged Chinese interference

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre questioned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about alleged Chinese interference in Canada.

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre questioned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about alleged Chinese interference in Canada.