Back-to-school season is upon us, and families everywhere are likely feeling the post-shopping pinch. Some good news then, for those who’ve racked up the credit card or taken out a student loan – borrowing costs in Canada won’t be going anywhere in the short term, according to this week’s Bank of Canada announcement.
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