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As Albertans continue to face a difficult economic climate, increased job losses and a dropped loonie, it’s not surprising to learn that debt in the province is on the rise – and consumers are having a difficult time keeping up with their debt payments....

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Insolvency Rates In Alberta Climb As The Economic Downturn Wears On

With a continual downturn in the price of oil, a barrage of layoffs and a weakened Canadian dollar, making it from one debt payment to the next has become a significant challenge.

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As one of the largest personal and corporate insolvency practices in Canada, MNP Ltd. is excited to announce our expansion into Newfoundland.

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What Property Is Protected During A Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a process that releases you from most of your indebtedness by handing over some of your property. In other words, bankruptcy lets you erase your debts and put an end to your indebtedness within a few months.

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Its Your Lucky Day There Are Alternatives To Bankruptcy

Given today’s economic climate, thousands of families across Canada find themselves in a delicate balancing act between keeping up with financial necessities while trying to pay down ongoing debt.

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Bc Credit Union Raises Alarms About Payday Loans

If you are struggling with unmanageable debt, there are several debt solutions available that provide actual relief and allow you to get back on track to financial freedom instead of holding you back.

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Pre Retirees Dont Count On Cpp To Save You

Given today’s economic climate and the state of the Canadian dollar, it’s no surprise to learn that many millennials (and thousands of other Canadians for that matter) have not put long-term investments or savings at the top of their lists...

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Why Are So Many Canadians In Debt

A debt survey conducted by MNP found that nearly half of Canadians are within just $200 of not being able to keep up with their monthly financial obligations.

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Friday, March 4, 2016 marked the 10th annual Chili Cook-Off fundraiser for Community Care of St. Catharines and Thorold.

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Weakened Loonie Impacts Canadians Holiday Plans

While many Canucks often fly south for the winter season, more and more are opting for more creative getaways in hopes of holding on to their dollars - and avoiding hefty credit card bills.

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