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A new warning says Canadians couldn't handle substantial interest rate hikes, just as rates are hiked.
The housing slowdown in Toronto means Canadians, overall, aren’t getting any richer.
Even Canadians without debt would feel the pinch from a credit crisis.
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"We're all a little vulnerable right now, here in Canada."
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The Bank of Canada may want to think twice before starting to raise interest rates.
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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.
The Ontario government just announced a pilot project to test a basic income for low-income earners in Hamilton, Brantford, Lindsay and Thunder Bay. Will the program be successful? I have no idea. The answer will, in large part, depend on what will be measured.