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Almost half of Ontarians are $200 or less away from insolvency, cannot pay their bills each month

The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index points to debt trouble in Ontario, particularly as payment deferrals and government emergency aid programs change or wind down.

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The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index points to debt trouble in Atlantic Canada, particularly as payment deferrals and government emergency aid programs change or wind down.

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The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index points to debt trouble in Atlantic Canada, particularly as payment deferrals and government emergency aid programs change or wind down.

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The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index points to debt trouble in British Columbia, particularly as payment deferrals and government emergency aid programs change or wind down.

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The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index points to debt trouble in Quebec as payment deferrals and government emergency aid programs wind down or change.

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One quarter of Albertans technically insolvent, cannot pay their bills each month

The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index points to debt trouble in Alberta, particularly as payment deferrals and government emergency aid programs change or wind down.

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MNP Consumer Debt Index Highlights Divergent Experiences of Canadians during COVID

As the country enters its seventh month of economic disruption, the pandemic recession is putting a spotlight on the divergent experiences of Canadians during COVID.

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The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index points to debt trouble in Atlantic Canada, particularly as payment deferrals and government emergency aid programs change or wind down.

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Millions of Canadians are struggling with debt addiction — a problem that has worsened over more than a decade of historically low interest rates and a growing culture of debt normalization.

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Debt Consolidation Options (MNP 3 Minute Debt Break)

If your debt payments have become overwhelming, Consolidation can be the answer. There are numerous ways to consolidate your debt, but generally it involves lumping most or all your balances together into a single affordable payment. Here are just a few...

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