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Go ‘back to school’ without paying tuition

Go ‘back to school’ without paying tuition

By Lesley-Anne ScorgiePersonal finance columnist Mon., Sept. 3, 2018 I started taking continuing education French courses at the University of Toronto’s St. George campus two years ago. My goal was,…

A good deal in the States can still cost you more

A good deal in the States can still cost you more

By Lesley-Anne ScorgiePersonal finance columnist Mon., Aug. 20, 2018 If you were thinking of buying a big-ticket item in the U.S., or travelling south of the border for a vacation,…

Browsing flyers has gone digital, saving you time and money

Browsing flyers has gone digital, saving you time and money

By Lesley-Anne ScorgiePersonal finance columnist Sun., Aug. 26, 2018 I confess: I don’t care how nice a store is, or how informed the sales team is, I buy goods and…

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Central Banking

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Central Banking

Our discussions here in Jackson Hole have been wide-ranging, but a common theme throughout has been digital disruption. Just about everything is being disrupted—from production, to consumption, to financial intermediation.…

Aeroplan members get more certainty after deal, despite lingering questions

Aeroplan members get more certainty after deal, despite lingering questions

By Christopher ReynoldsThe Canadian Press Wed., Aug. 22, 2018 MONTREAL—Aeroplan members have more certainty about the future of their points now that the loyalty program is set to be acquired…

RCMP’s E Division wins Bank of Canada counterfeit prevention award

RCMP’s E Division wins Bank of Canada counterfeit prevention award

The Bank of Canada congratulates the Integrated Counterfeit Enforcement Team from British Columbia’s Federal Serious and Organized Crime branch, E Division—Financial Integrity. They are the winners of the 2018 Law…

Boycotting the U.S. may be harmful to your investment returns

Boycotting the U.S. may be harmful to your investment returns

Many Canadians are unhappy with U.S. President Donald Trump’s escalating trade war with our country. So they’re fighting back in their own small way. Some are boycotting U.S. produce –…

How to afford to go back to school as an adult

How to afford to go back to school as an adult

By Lesley-Anne ScorgiePersonal finance columnist Mon., Aug. 6, 2018 I went back to school in my late 20s as a “mature” student. To tackle the massive costs of my masters…

Bank of Canada publishes its 2019 schedule for policy interest rate announcements, the release of the Monetary Policy Report, the Business Outlook Survey and the Senior Loan Officer Survey

Bank of Canada publishes its 2019 schedule for policy interest rate announcements, the release of the Monetary Policy Report, the Business Outlook Survey and the Senior Loan Officer Survey

The Bank of Canada today published its 2019 schedule for policy interest rate announcements and the release of the quarterly Monetary Policy Report, and reconfirmed the scheduled interest rate announcement…

Stretch your grocery budget by shopping online

Stretch your grocery budget by shopping online

By Lesley-Anne ScorgiePersonal finance columnist Sun., July 29, 2018 One of my pet peeves is buying something and then finding out it’s priced cheaper elsewhere. For example, I bought delicious…