Bankruptcy British Columbia

Bankruptcy British Columbia

British Columbia is a gorgeous place to live and more people are realizing it by the day. Home and property prices in BC are among the highest in Canada. As a result, people in the province often take on a lot… Read More


Bankruptcy Saskatchewan

Bankruptcy Saskatchewan

Consumer debt is becoming an increasingly serious issue in Canada, with the average non-mortgage debt in the country hovering around the $22,125 mark. Carrying a heavy debt load often creates a higher risk of defaulting on loan obligations. When that happens, Canadians are vulnerable to being hounded by… Read More


Bankruptcy Manitoba

Bankruptcy Manitoba

Are you having trouble keeping up with your bill payments? If so, you’re not alone. Thousands of Canadians struggle to stay on top of their bills as their debt continues to mount. And with high-interest debt, it can be nearly impossible to eliminate all outstanding debt owed. Read More


Bankruptcy Ontario

Bankruptcy Ontario

Do you have mounting debt that you can’t seem to climb out of? Are you having trouble keeping up with all of your debt payments? Do you have high-interest debt that makes it almost impossible to pay down the principal? If so, you’re not alone. Thousands of Ontarians… Read More


Bankruptcy New Brunswick

Bankruptcy New Brunswick

Most Canadians have some form of credit. It can be challenging to rent a car, book a hotel, or buy theatre tickets without providing a credit card number. We use this credit because our credit history becomes important when we consider buying a… Read More


Bankruptcy Quebec

Bankruptcy Quebec

It’s common for Quebecers to have a certain amount of debt; after all, taking out loans makes it possible to make large purchases, such as furniture, vehicles, and homes. But while having a small amount of debt is manageable, having too much debt relative to income can make… Read More


Bankruptcy Nova Scotia

Bankruptcy 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


Bankruptcy Prince Edward Island

Bankruptcy Prince Edward Island

In 2016, the rate of bankruptcies in Prince Edward Island increased by over 10%, compared to previous years. While PEI’s increase wasn’t as high as other provinces, only two provinces, Quebec and Ontario, saw declines. As Canadian consumer debt… Read More


Bankruptcy Newfoundland and Labrador

Bankruptcy Newfoundland and Labrador

In early 2018, many Canadians carried an average of $22,837 in consumer debt, not including mortgages. Unfortunately, data from Equifax, one of Canada’s two credit reporting agencies, shows that consumers in Newfoundland and Labrador are faring a little… Read More


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