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Bankruptcy in Nova Scotia

Bankruptcy in Nova Scotia

Are you in financial hot water? Are you having trouble making minimum payments? Are collectors calling on a regular basis? Are you feeling like you’ll never be able to get on top of your debt? Maybe bankruptcy is the solution for you. Read More


Consumer Proposals in Manitoba

Consumer Proposals in Manitoba

Consumers in Manitoba carry an average of $18,312 in consumer debt. While that might be the lowest amount among all provinces across the country, it’s still a hefty load to carry, especially since this doesn’t even include mortgage debt. With a… Read More


What is Alberta’s Debt Clock?

What is Alberta’s Debt Clock?

Just like the country itself has a federal debt, each province in Canada has their own provincial debt load. One of the best ways to know exactly what the current provincial debt level in Alberta (or any other province) is at is by viewing the province’s debt clock. Read More


Credit Counselling in British Columbia

Credit Counselling in British Columbia

Most Canadians carry some form of debt, whether it’s a mortgage, auto loan, or credit card. Having a certain amount of debt is alright if you’re able to keep up with your bills, but carrying so much that your income can’t comfortably cover… Read More


Consumer Proposals in Alberta

Consumer Proposals in Alberta

The average amount of consumer debt that Canadians carry is currently $22,125. That’s a hefty number and includes things like auto loans, credit cards, lines of credit, and personal loans, among others. In Alberta, that number is even larger, with the average… Read More


What is Ontario’s Debt Clock?

What is Ontario’s Debt Clock?

Home to Toronto and some of the other largest cities in the country, Ontario is widely thought of as one of the richest provinces in all of Canada. However, the province also has its fair share of debt. And one of… Read More


Consumer Proposals in Ontario

Consumer Proposals in Ontario

Despite the fact that Ontario is by far the richest province in Canada, that doesn’t mean the residents of the province don’t struggle with money from time to time. In fact, struggling with debt is very common in Ontario, just as it is in the rest of Canada. Read More


Canada’s Debt Clock: What is the Canadian Federal Debt?

Canada’s Debt Clock: What is the Canadian Federal Debt?

While many Canadians struggle with debt from time to time, our debts pale in comparison to Canada’s Federal Debt. That’s right, even our country isn’t immune to debt problems. Want to know if the federal government provides debt relief? Find out here… Read More


How to Borrow Money For a Down Payment

How to Borrow Money For a Down Payment

Coming up with a sizable down payment for a home purchase can be downright difficult, especially with all of life’s other expenses and debts to have to pay. But a down payment is a necessary part of securing a mortgage. Read this to… Read More


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