Media and Public Relations

MNP LTD, a division of the national accounting firm MNP LLP, is the largest insolvency practice in Canada. For more than 50 years, our experienced team of Licensed Insolvency Trustees (LITs) and advisors have been working with individuals to help them recover from times of financial distress and regain control of their finances. With more than 230 offices from coast-to-coast, MNP has resident LITs in all provinces who help thousands of Canadians each year who are struggling with an overwhelming amount of debt. To read some of our recent releases, click here.

A Licensed Insolvency Trustee is available for media requests in all Canadian provinces and in most city centers.

For media representatives who would like to speak with one of our experts, contact:

Angela Joyce
Media Relations
P: 403-681-9286
E: [email protected]

Interested in the MNP Consumer Debt Index?

The MNP Consumer Debt Index is a survey of at least 2,000 Canadians that measures sentiments toward their consumer debt and gauges their ability to pay bills, endure unexpected expenses and absorb interest rate fluctuations without approaching insolvency. Conducted by Ipsos and updated quarterly, the Index is an industry-leading barometer of financial pressure or relief among Canadians. It can help determine whether someone is in debt trouble, how bad it might be and the options available to address those issues before they get even worse. It also seeks to reduce the persistent stigma around formal debt solutions such as Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals. MNP Licensed Insolvency Trustees and the survey results are frequently quoted in local and national media across the country and have been referenced in provincial party press releases and even cited during question period in the House of Commons.

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2020-09-16

Nearly half (47%) of Ontarians still experiencing COVID-related disruption to their employment

David Gowling

MNP Consumer Debt Index COVID-19

A new poll by Ipsos carried out on behalf of MNP LTD has found that nearly half (47%) of Ontarians are still experiencing disruption to either their own work situation or that of someone else in their household in the form of lay-offs, reduced pay, or fewer working hours. Over the past few months, various financial relief measures from the government, banks, and businesses have helped cushion the financial blow of the pandemic for many Ontarian households. However, as these measures evolve or come to an end, the pandemic is still impacting household income for many.

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