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Carrick on money: Condo boom rolls on as buildings fall apart

Shards of glass line the street following the closure of a portion of Yonge Street due to falling glass from a high-rise building in Toronto Monday, April 11, 2011.

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Condo boom rolls on as buildings fall apart
Canada's condo market is drawing money from foreign investors looking for a safe haven. But the quality of the construction in these buildings isn't always as reliable as our banking system.

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