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In dollar terms, the machinery, equipment, and supplies subsector reported the largest increase in October, as sales rose 5.2 per cent to .7 billion.Sales were up in all four industries, led by the farm, lawn and garden machinery, and equipment industry ( 19.0 per cent) following a 9.7 per cent decline in September.Over the last month, the Lowe’s network of stores in Canada has collected new, unused toys from its employees and customers as part of CTV’s Toy Mountain initiative organized in partnership with the Salvation Army.More than 6,500 toys, gathered across the 57 participating Lowe’s stores, will be handed to the Salvation Army for distribution to thousands of children.Families in Ontario can now access rebates to complete low-carbon, energy efficient renovations to their homes through a new program from the Green Ontario Fund, a non-profit provincial agency funded by proceeds from the province's cap on pollution and carbon market.The new rebates will cover up to ,200 off new insulation and a 0 rebate for air sealing; up to ,000 to install ENERGY STAR certified ground source heat pumps (home geothermal) or up to ,500 to repair existing heat pump systems; up to ,800 off air source heat pumps that are ENERGY STAR certified or meet program requirements; and up to ,000 for replacement windows that meet program requirements.Sales in the personal and household goods subsector rose 3.4 per cent to .9 billion as all industries posted gains in October.
Credit cards experienced growth as more transactions shifted to online and in-app channels – such as the friction-free payment experience of Uber or i Tunes – where more than 90 per cent of transactions are completed via credit cards.
The machinery, equipment and supplies, and the personal and household goods subsectors contributed the most to the increase.
In volume terms, wholesale sales were up 1.2 per cent.
Most contractors say homeowners do not do enough research before hiring a home renovation professional, finds research by Trusted Pros Inc.
In fact, 60 per cent of contractors say only a small fraction (between zero and five per cent) of their clients actually ask to see their credentials.