Moving to Canada: Documents You Need and Services to Use

Moving to Canada: Documents You Need and Services to Use

Canada truly is one of the best countries in the world to live. From the political freedom to the great job opportunities, there are tons of reasons that people immigrate to this amazing country every year. Can you get a credit card in Canada if… Read More


How to Deal With Rising Interest Rates In Canada

How to Deal With Rising Interest Rates In Canada

On Wednesday, July 12th, 2017, with the hopes of giving our country’s economy a much-needed boom, the Bank of Canada raised their benchmark interest rate from 0.5% to 0.75%, equal to about $50 more a month for the average $480,000 variable-rate mortgage. This marks the first rise in… Read More


Will I Be Able to Buy a House if I Owe Taxes?

Will I Be Able to Buy a House if I Owe Taxes?

In Canada, two things are certain. It’s going to get colder in the winter, and when the snow finally thaws in April, you’re going to have to deal with tax season. Then again, what happens if you don’t pay your income taxes? What if you have no income… Read More


How to Compare Lenders in Canada

How to Compare Lenders in Canada

Getting the best possible deal on a loan, whatever type of loan it may be, is one of the best ways to can save a significant amount of money. We often discuss saving money by cutting back on unnecessary spending and don’t get us wrong, we definitely still believe… Read More


Infographic: The Cost of Raising a Child in Canada

Infographic: The Cost of Raising a Child in Canada

Raising a family is a common goal among many Canadians all across the country. But with the cost of just about everything on the rise, it can seem next to impossible to afford to raise a child these days. From diapers and childcare to braces and post-secondary education, it’s important that… Read More


Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs in Canada for 2016

Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs in Canada for 2016

Across the country, people are putting their talents and university educations to good use, and they’re being compensated well for it. As Canadians, we’re lucky to live in a country with such a diverse landscape and economy, making jobs like engineering and managerial positions the most sought after,… Read More


Infographic: A Very Canadian Christmas

Infographic: A Very Canadian Christmas

Family traditions and Christmas cheer are what make the holiday season so special and memorable for most Canadians. Let’s take a look at, through numbers and statistics, how your fellow Canadians celebrate this time of the year. P.S. The entire Loans Canada team would like to take this moment to wish… Read More


How Will a Trump Presidency Affect Canada?

How Will a Trump Presidency Affect Canada?

On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Donald Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States. It was a surprise to many and left the majority of people wondering how will a Trump presidency affect them? Let’s take a look at how President Trump, his positions on important issues, and… Read More


The Dark Side of Money: Financially Motivated Murders

The Dark Side of Money: Financially Motivated Murders

Million dollar insurance policies, stolen identities, millionaires, and serial murders, in honour of the creepiest of days, let’s take a look at the darker side of money. Here are some of Canada’s grimmest financially motivated murders. Peter Demeter, Mississauga’s Most Notorious Murderer On December 6th, 1974, Peter Demeter was convicted… Read More


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