The Brexit vote brought about plenty of reaction on the international stage when a majority of U.K. voters sided with leaving the EU. In Canada, Brexit is already affecting the Loonie, it could have an impact on our real estate market and it may alter some of our travel plans.
With Canada’s hottest housing markets showing no sign of cooling in the near future, co-op housing may be seen as a practical alternative. Read on to find out whether it’s a good option for you.
It’s now the norm to use the Internet for dating and finding “The One”, but it can be a long and expensive process. Here’s how to spend wisely and find the site that works best for you.
It’s a huge honour to be a bridesmaid or groomsman at a friend or family member’s wedding – but being part of the nuptuals can cost big bucks! Here’s a breakdown of the costs you’ll incur as a wedding party member, and how you can avoid overspending.
With the Canadian dollar currently hovering around 77 cents US, American buyers are flocking north to get a good deal on a cottage. But is it only our low loonie that’s drawing attention to our pristine lakes and cozy cabins?
There’s nothing quite like giving an international student the experience of a lifetime by welcoming him or her into your home. But there are a number of things to consider when hosting a student – including how it may affect your insurance.
Looking for a job? How about heading to Toronto or Vancouver! A new BMO report finds a job boom in both cities, but can you afford to work AND live there? Read on to find out whether or not it’s a smart move for you.
It’s another step towards a cashless society: The UGO Mobile Wallet. We have a look at its features and how its users can reap the benefits.
You’ve likely heard the expressions “save for a rainy day”, “keeping up with the Joneses” and “spend less than you make”, but how do these really apply to your budget in 2016? We take a look at some of the most commonly-given money advice and what it means for you.
As expected, the Bank of Canada has decided to keep the overnight lending rate at 0.5 per cent. Read on for more on how this will affect your mortgage and the factors behind keeping the status-quo.
Thinking of buying a home in the next few years? One way to build up your down payment is through investing. Here’s now this process compares to putting your savings into a TFSA or HISA.