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Equifax Canada Cautions Consumers on $1.5 Trillion Debt and Growing
Even as current economic conditions shift, consumer appetite for new credit continues to increase and total consumer debt now stands at $1.529 trillion in debt, according to Equifax Canada's Q4 2014 National ...

Canso Credit Income Fund Announces the Termination of its Forward Agreement, Proposed Corresponding Amendments to its ...
Canso Credit Income Fund Announces the Termination of its Forward Agreement, Proposed Corresponding Amendments to its Declaration of Trust and the Proposed Acquisition of the Investment Portfolio from ...

Canada extends, broadens tax credits to aid miners
The Canadian government outlined plans on Sunday to extend for a year exploration tax credits offered to miners and broaden the scope of the credits, in an attempt to boost a sector that has been ravaged by falling commodity prices and a scarcity of funding. The government said it hopes the tax credit, which is aimed at boosting exploration activity within Canada, will support hundreds of small ... Announces Winners of The Best Canadian Travel Credit Cards in Canada for 2015 today released its Best Travel Credit Card Rankings in Canada for 2015. Winners were selected from over 80 Canadian travel cards, and evaluated based on value, flexibility, perks, costs ...

Canada's Encana plans share issue amid energy price slump
Encana Corp , Canada's largest natural gas producer, said on Wednesday it plans to raise up to C$1.44 billion ($1.16 billion) through a secondary share issue as the company looks to bolster a balance sheet weakened by low oil and natural gas prices. Encana said it has agreed to sell 85.62 million shares, priced at C$14.60 each, to a group of underwriters led by RBC Capital Markets, Credit Suisse ...

What affects your credit rating and how can you improve it?
Here's everything you should know about your credit rating — including what goes into determining your score to how you can make it better.

Canadians take on even more debt, says new report calling for vigilance
The average consumer debt held by Canadians, excluding mortgages, totalled $20,967 at the end of last year, a report from Equifax says.

Few claim Ottawa’s new ‘super’ tax credit for first time charity donors
Take-up of incentive to encourage Canadians to make first charitable donation far less than Ottawa expected

Canadians Prioritize Security Over Convenience, Speed When Making Payments
Ahead of Fraud Prevention Month, a new study commissioned by Visa Canada showed Canadian consumers still prioritize payment security above all else. Two thirds of credit cardholders ranked security as ...

CWB Reports Very Strong Loan Growth, Sound Credit Quality and Solid Financial Results
First Quarter 2015 Highlights from Combined Operations1,2

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