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Home Renovations That Add Value To Your Home (And Renos That Don’t)

June 8, 2016

Home renovations are big business in Canada. It’s estimated in 2015, Canadians spent north of $50 billion to spruce up, repair, upgrade or expand our homes. Why homeowners …

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Top 10 Tips to Stay Healthy While on Holiday

Top 10 Tips to Stay Healthy While on Holiday

June 6, 2016

Imagine taking time off from work, packing your bags and getting away to a stress-free, luxurious paradise destination…only to spend the whole time in bed, sick. This is …

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Saving Money on Gas: 10 Tips for Maximum Fuel Efficiency

May 20, 2016

We can all agree that gas is expensive and no one enjoys paying for it. What you pay at the pump can go up or down by a …

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10 Facts and Tips About Travelling

April 27, 2016

There’s a whole word out there waiting to be discovered. If you’re planning to take to the sky (road, water or railway), these 10 facts about travelling will …

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Spring Cleaning Your Car for the Non-Mechanic

March 31, 2016

Salted roads, cold temperatures, ice, and potholes; winter can be harsh on your car and it’s time to wipe away the months of neglect and grime that have …

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Better Together: Ways to Save After Tying the Financial Knot

March 8, 2016

Getting married opens up more opportunities to save money than while you were single. As a couple, you should discuss the post-wedding finances: Do any of you have …

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Spring Forward to Savings

March 4, 2016

The weekend of March 13th marks the beginning of Daylight Saving Time as most Canadians across the country turn their clocks forward one hour. Although we’re losing an …

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7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Travel Insurance

February 24, 2016

March Break is one of the busiest times of the year for Canadian airports. To put it in perspective, Toronto’s Pearson Airport expected almost 226,000 passengers during the …

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Creative Ways To Save Money and Pay Down Debt

Creative Ways To Save Money and Pay Down Debt

January 13, 2016

Canadians’ top financial priority is to pay down debt in 2016. But, how do you get the ball rolling? For the sixth year running, a CIBC poll says …

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Cure Your Holiday Hangover: 5 Tips To Pay Down Debt

January 5, 2016

Now is about the time all those holiday bills start pouring in. If opening your mail is giving you post-spending anxiety, then it’s time to come up with …

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10 Hot Ways to Save On Heat

December 22, 2015

Canadian winters are unpredictable, cold and expensive. Heating your home in the winter is generally the largest contributor to your hydro bill, as almost two thirds of the …

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Car Care: If You Love Your Car, It Will Love You Back If Treated Right

December 11, 2015

Just like people, cars need to be loved too. Show your car some love—with regular maintenance—and it will reward you with kilometres of trouble-free driving. Reliability which will …

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Ten Most Stolen Vehicles In Canada

December 4, 2015

The hot wheels that thieves target Your car insurance rate is determined, in part, by the likelihood that it will be stolen. The more likely a thief is …

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15 Essential For Your Winter Driving Survival Kit

15 Essentials For Your Winter Driving Survival Kit

November 18, 2015

Winter driving conditions can be both dangerous and unpredictable, which is why it’s important to be prepared and equip your vehicle with a winter driving survival kit. Should …

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The Renovation Boom: Canadians Spend More On Remodeling

The Renovation Boom: Canadians Spend More On Remodelling

November 2, 2015

Canadians love to renovate. In 2014, home renovation spending hit $68 billion, about $20 billion more than what was spent on new home purchases. It’s safe to say …

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