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Canada stands alone today in risking a debt-fuelled financial crisis.
Beware rising interest rates.
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Canadians owe $1.67 in debt, on average, for every dollar of disposable income.
Economists fear Canada's debt loads could soon burn the economy.
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The Bank of Canada says Canadians' debt is getting riskier, but delinquencies are falling.
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The international bank is raising the alarm about a possible housing market correction in Canada.
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"Continued growth in Canadian consumer debt and elevated housing prices leaves consumers, and Canadian banks, more vulnerable to downside risks."
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Nearly as many regret the debt they've taken on.
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We have $1.67 in debt for every dollar of disposable income in this country.
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Credit bureau TransUnion warned us this would happen.
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Consumer-driven economic growth is unsustainable, BIS warns.
Because who wants decades of personal debt?
Oil-exporting parts of the country have it worst.