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?
The low loonie has put a cramp in snowbirds’ style, limiting their spending power while dwelling south of the border. How can Canadians still make the most of their warm weather getaways? Read on for the full story.
TD is the latest bank to unveil a round of higher banking fees – hardly the news consumers, who are already squeezed by the lower loonie, want to hear. Fed up with rising fees? Sean Cooper shares his tips for fighting back.
Canada’s dollar continues to drop as oil prices slide and the U.S. greenback strengthens. While a lower Loonie is good news for our exporting industry, consumers could find themselves paying more. Here’s how you could be affected.
Canada’s Loonie has taken a nosedive, now equaling 91 cents USD. While this does pose challenges for cross-border shoppers and travellers, a weaker currency is actually good news for our overall economy.