But a lack of up-to-date data means we don’t know what’s happening with the lower-income Canadians who lost work this year.
Priced out of the housing market, some young Canadians are turning to other kinds of investments.
New Canadians put more of their eggs in the real estate basket, which comes with risk.
Household debt is on the rise, but probably not for much longer.
Housing is Canadians' biggest asset and biggest debt.
Debt loads growing faster than incomes, but not as fast as wealth Toronto unseats Vancouver as second-richest city Retirement
Net worth: $459, 231 Montreal has the lowest net worth among major Canadian cities, and it grew a relatively paltry 2.9 per
Canadians have many reasons to celebrate as their nation turns 148 years old tomorrow. They can even feel a bit of pride in an area that normally provides a healthy dose of shame in the headlines: personal finance. Let's take a look at a list of Canadian financial accomplishments along with lessons we can use to help us become the True North, Strong and Debt-Free.
Wealth inequality widened in Canada between 1999 and 2012, according to new data from Statistics Canada. Although all income