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What You Need to Know About a Consumer Proposal

The consumer proposal offers a legal solution for Canadians who are struggling to manage their current debts. When you are unable to settle...

Legally Reduce Your Debt By As Much As 80%

Today people across Canada are falling into debt. Thousands of people have unexpectedly found themselves at the mercy of their creditors. To survive, tough choices...

Consumer Proposals are Transforming Consumer Credit

If you need debt relief and wish to regain your financial freedom, the consumer proposal (CP) may be the answer. The consumer proposal is...

The Uncomfortable Truth About Debt in Canada

This is an advertorial and may contain links to other websites. Uncontrollable debt is a problem faced by a large number of Canadians; many don’t...

Money

How to Set and Achieve Dividend Retirement Goals

This is a guest contribution by Ben Reynolds at Sure Dividend.  Sure Dividend uses The 8 Rules of Dividend...

Bank of Canada among central banks studying use of digital currencies

Major central banks have joined together to explore whether they should issue cryptocurrencies as the use of cash declines and more people turn to...

What can we learn from contrasting mortality rates between drivers and pedestrians

There was good news and bad news on the roads of Quebec last year. Let’s start with the good. The Sûreté du Québec revealed the number...

Tax revolt? Unpaid taxes from energy companies to Alberta towns more than double

Alberta’s rural municipalities say the amount of unpaid property taxes they’re owed by oil and gas companies has more than doubled over the past...

6 Simple Keys to Financial Success

Money—such a loaded word. We spend an amazing amount of time, energy and emotion on money; loving it, hating it, worrying about it, or...

General News

Oil price falls below $20 US a barrel, its lowest since 2002

The benchmark price for a barrel of North American oil dipped below $20 US on Monday morning, the first time that's happened in 18...

Managing finances when you have ADHD

We’ve all made financial decisions we’ve come to regret. Remember the time you bought those shiny new headphones on credit before your paycheque came...

How the COVID-19 pandemic is ‘driving innovation’ in Canada and around the world

Around the world, people are finding new ways to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic and protect those on the front lines. Joelle Foster, the chief...

How bad will Canada’s COVID-19 recession be?

The black swan has landed. The novel coronavirus pandemic is well underway worldwide, but it wasn't until this month that Canadians started coming to grips...

5 Tips for Surviving Economic Uncertainty

It certainly has been a challenging start to Spring as we’re all grappling to make sense of the events around us. What will the...

Featured Articles

8 Financial Resolutions for the New Year

The New Year is the perfect time to get your finances organized and create a brighter financial future. There’s always...

Pay gap between men and women starts right out of the gate for college, university grads

It pays to get a post-secondary education in Canada, but not nearly as much if you're a woman, a new...

The best time to buy things in 2020: You love to shop, so why not get the best deal?

If you’re a savvy shopper, chances are you like scoring a serious deal. But between Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Boxing...

Bank of Canada among central banks studying use of digital currencies

Major central banks have joined together to explore whether they should issue cryptocurrencies as the use of cash declines...

How to tell if you’re on track with retirement savings goals

Q. My wife and I are 45 years old, and we would like to stop working at age 55....

Culture

TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card review

The TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite isn’t necessarily the first TD travel card you think of, given TD’s deep relationship with Air Canada...

Is It Worth Raiding Your RRSPs for the Home Buyers’ Plan?

For prospective first-time home buyers looking to break into Canada’s housing markets, every bit of help is warranted, especially in the pricey Greater Toronto...

‘Thanks for ripping me off’: B.C. government, ICBC hit with $900M proposed class action lawsuit

A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed in B.C. Supreme court which, if successful, could mean every provincially-insured driver and injured crash victim in British...

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Josip Heit: How Blockchain is Transforming the Raw Material Industry

There’s a lot of hype around Blockchain and the industries that have been and will be revolutionized because of it. We already know that...

3 ways the coronavirus is already affecting your finances

The coronavirus may be making its way around the world—95,000 people have contracted the disease, with about 3,300 having died from it. And, depending...

5 Tips for Surviving Economic Uncertainty

It certainly has been a challenging start to Spring as we’re all grappling to make sense of the events around us. What will the...

5 Smart Tips to Manage Your Finances the Right Way – The Dividend Ninja

One of the reasons why most people face a financial dilemma is because of bad money management. Spending more than what you have will...

Canada’s home prices rise 9.6 in December compared to a year ago, sales up almost 23%

The Canadian Real Estate Association said home sales in December were up 22.7 per cent compared with a year ago when sales were relatively...

Coronavirus: Canada’s big banks to allow mortgage payment deferrals – National

Canada’s big six banks will allow mortgage payment deferrals for up to six months as part of extraordinary measures to help customers struggling with...

Top Rated Articles

Ex-Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum doesn’t have to return $268,000

An attempt by the city of Montreal to recover about $268,000 that former mayor Michael Applebaum received in severance before being convicted of fraud was rejected on Monday by Quebec Superior Court. The judge ruled that legislation making such...

Investments Plain and Simple

How Investments Are Taxed When making investment decisions, it is wise to consider the various tax implications – both positive and negative. As always, first...

$1.3B in extreme-weather damage claims filed in 2019, Insurance Bureau of Canada says

Extreme weather events cost Canada $1.3 billion in insured damages, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)announced on Tuesday. Last year was the seventh most costly...

Walter Global seeks to raise $400 million for wealth management fund

"My goal is to build something for the long term," says Walter Global CEO Sylvain Brosseau. An emerging Montreal-based investor is ready to stake hundreds...

Starbucks, home of the $4 latte, is moving into poor areas

DETROIT — Starbucks has a point to prove: There’s more to the company than selling $4 lattes to rich people. The Seattle-based coffee giant that...

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International News

4 financial resolutions to really get a handle on your money in 2020

From eating healthy to exercising, the well-known risk with New Year’s resolutions is that you won’t stick to them. But with financial resolutions, there...

More than half of Canadians think 2019 was a bad year for Canada

According to a new poll, more than half of Canadians think 2019 was a generally bad year for Canada. The poll, which was conducted by...

Saving vs Investing: Finding the Perfect Balance

There’s a big difference between saving money vs. investing money. When you squirrel away cash for an emergency fund or to fund a short-term...

Selling your house? Here’s what to know about staging

If you’ve heard that putting your home on the market can be overwhelming—well, that’s an understatement. Moving is considered one of the top five...

Other News

How to cut costs on international money transfers

While many Canadians know how expensive it can be to send money abroad, they’re likely unaware of how the costs are broken out. But...

Is your credit card’s travel insurance enough?

At last, your highly anticipated vacation is around the corner. As you count off the days on your commute to work each morning, thoughts...

Netflix snags 125,000 new Canadian subscribers as streaming competition heats up

Netflix recruited more Canadian subscribers in the final months of last year as it responded to an onslaught of new competition from Apple TV...