Expect to see more regulation of consumer borrowing, Transunion predicts.
Daniel Tencer has been the business editor at HuffPost Canada since 2011. A two-decade veteran of journalism, Tencer's work has appeared in the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Maisonneuve Magazine and numerous other publications in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. He is a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists and the business journalists' group SABEW Canada. Languages spoken: English (fluent), Polish (fluent), Czech (conversational), Spanish (basic), French (basic).
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08/19/2019 16:05 EDT
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08/17/2019 12:58 EDT
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08/15/2019 16:47 EDT
“The new rules are taking away protection that passengers previously enjoyed."
08/13/2019 13:14 EDT
Falling interest rates around the world are helping out homebuyers in Toronto and Vancouver.
08/12/2019 08:43 EDT
Canada's rental market has become so bad, parents are helping out with paying their kids' rent.
08/11/2019 09:10 EDT
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08/10/2019 18:49 EDT
On the bright side, wages are growing at the fastest pace in 10 years.
08/09/2019 09:30 EDT
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08/08/2019 12:27 EDT
The country could find itself economically segregated if current trends aren't stopped, a new analysis from TD Economics warns.
08/06/2019 12:32 EDT
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08/06/2019 10:37 EDT
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08/04/2019 12:16 EDT
The company denies its advertising changes had anything to do with a year-long investigation in the U.S.
08/02/2019 12:17 EDT
Canada's air passenger bill of rights gives airlines a pass if a delay is caused by "urgent maintenance."
08/01/2019 12:46 EDT
Penalties may not be strong enough to change telco tactics, a consumer advocacy group says.
07/31/2019 17:10 EDT
Central banks are desperate to keep the economy juiced through low interest rates. The next step could be a doozy.
07/29/2019 16:55 EDT
Disabled passengers could see the distance they can travel shortened by new tarmac wait time rules, a lawsuit argues.
07/28/2019 13:48 EDT
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07/25/2019 15:50 EDT
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