Statistics Canada has released more census data , revealing that Canadians saw increased household incomes, more stay-at-home dads, and a huge increase in people living alone…
Feeling pinched at the pump lately? You’re likely not alone. Nationwide, Canadians have seen increases in gas prices. According to recent data from Statistics Canada, the cost of gasoline has gone up by 20 per cent…
Statistics Canada says our debt-to-disposable income ratios are at an all-time high, but it’s not all bad news. Read on to find out the factors influencing these numbers on how you can narrow the gap.
The Canadian debt-to-income ratio hit 165% in Q4 2015, according to the latest number from Statistics Canada. What’s to blame for our rising debt levels? Read on for our breakdown.
As the loonie loses steam Canadians shop less, according to the recent retail report from Statistics Canada. Read on to learn more about the factors behind dropping retail trends.
Is this “technical” recession behind us? The latest data from Statistics Canada show the economy enjoyed some growth during the third quarter, reversing the doom and gloom trend reported previously this year. What does this mean for consumers, spending and interest rates? Read on to find out.
The latest GDP numbers are in and they’ve confirmed there is officially a recession in Canada. What should consumers and taxpayers know? Read on to learn more.
Rising back-to-school costs are stretching many household budgets this year as Stats Canada reports the Consumer Price Index has reached 1.3%. Check out these tips for saving, even when things cost more.
There are fresh international warnings targeting Canada’s housing market. The International Monetary Fund has stated Canada’s market is overheated by 20%, while Stats Can finds average debt levels hit new highs.
Oil’s dropping prices have led to slower home sales across Canada, according to CREA’s latest numbers. Should sellers be worried? Here’s what you need to know.