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Using digital tools to automate your financial plan

Using digital tools to automate your financial plan

By Lesley-Anne ScorgiePersonal finance columnist Sun., July 15, 2018 I’m envious of people that have a long memory. My granny can recount names, addresses, birthdays, anniversaries, outfits people wore and…

Ladies, here’s how to DIY your first financial plan

Ladies, here’s how to DIY your first financial plan

By Lesley-Anne ScorgiePersonal finance columnist Mon., July 9, 2018 Money factors into the majority of your big life plans — marriage, homes, careers, family, retirement, travel — so it’s important…

Let Me Be Clear: From Transparency to Trust and Understanding

Let Me Be Clear: From Transparency to Trust and Understanding

Introduction I am happy to be here in Victoria, a city with a beautiful natural setting and an economy that successfully blends old and new. You have the benefits…

What to know about owning a cottage with friends or family

What to know about owning a cottage with friends or family

By Aleksandra SaganThe Canadian Press Tues., June 26, 2018 When Mike Potvin’s father died, he left the family cottage near Kawartha Lakes to his wife and four sons. But only…

Senior Loan Officer Survey—Second Quarter of 2018

Senior Loan Officer Survey—Second Quarter of 2018

Chart 5: The easing was driven by both price and non-price lending conditions for corporate borrowers A modern browser with javascript enabled is required to view our charts. Alternatively, the…

Business Outlook Survey – Summer 2018

Business Outlook Survey – Summer 2018

Results of the Summer 2018 Survey | Vol. 15.2 | June 29, 2018 Supported by expectations of sustained demand, responses to the summer Business Outlook Survey point to continued business…

Transparency strengthens public trust and makes monetary policy more effective, Governor Poloz says

Transparency strengthens public trust and makes monetary policy more effective, Governor Poloz says

Transparency in monetary policy can help build trust with the public and financial markets and promote a more resilient economy, Governor Stephen S. Poloz said in a speech today. …

Don’t underestimate how long it can take to apply for or renew a Canadian passport

Don’t underestimate how long it can take to apply for or renew a Canadian passport

Applying for or renewing a Canadian passport has become more streamlined in the last few years. It takes 10 business days if you apply in person at a Canadian passport…

Trade wars will eventually end, demographic shifts won’t

Trade wars will eventually end, demographic shifts won’t

By By Gordon PapeSpecial to the Star Fri., June 22, 2018 Everybody’s attention is focused on the rapidly escalating global trade wars, and with good reason. Canada is highly vulnerable…

Rebooting Reference Rates

Rebooting Reference Rates

Introduction Thank you and good afternoon. My topic today is interest-rate benchmarks or reference rates and the work under way here in Canada and globally to strengthen them.…