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What’s different about Blue Monday 2021?

A 2004 media report famously declared the third Monday in January is the most depressing day of the year: The technicolour sheen of the holiday season has worn off.

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Now in its fifteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index found more than half (52%) of British Columbians regret the amount of debt they have taken on, a five-point jump since September and the largest proportion compared to the other provinces.

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Now in its fifteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index has dropped to 89 points, the lowest point since it was introduced in June 2017.

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Now in its fifteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index, which is conducted quarterly by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD, finds nearly half (47%) of Atlantic Canadians are not confident they can cover their living expenses for the next year without going further...

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Now in its fifteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index finds four in 10 (42%) Manitoba and Saskatchewan residents are not confident they can cover their living expenses for the next year without going further into debt, a one-point drop from September....

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The quarterly MNP Consumer Debt Index, which is now in its fifteenth wave, finds nearly half (45%) of Quebecers are not confident they can cover their living expenses for the next year without going further into debt — a 12-point increase from September....

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Now in its fifteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index, which is conducted quarterly by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD, finds nearly half (47%) of Atlantic Canadians are not confident they can cover their living expenses for the next year without going further...

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Now in its fifteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index, which is conducted quarterly by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD, finds nearly half (47%) of Atlantic Canadians are not confident they can cover their living expenses for the next year without going further...

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Now in its fifteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index, which is conducted quarterly by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD, finds nearly half (47%) of Atlantic Canadians are not confident they can cover their living expenses for the next year without going further...

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Now in its fifteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index finds four in 10 (42%) Saskatchewan and Manitoba residents are not confident they can cover their living expenses for the next year without going further into debt, a one-point drop from September....

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