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Is cash old school? Try these electronic payment methods instead

Is cash old school? Try these electronic payment methods instead

Canada is increasingly becoming a cashless society, relying instead on contactless payments, mobile apps and electronic transfers. These days, we’re much more likely to ‘tap’ than dig around in our pockets or a coin purse for change. Learn the options you have to make payments in our new electronic reality.   In a survey published […]

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Tickets, please! On track & expanding the adventure with Prairie Dog Central

Tickets, please! On track & expanding the adventure with Prairie Dog Central

The history and future of Canada’s oldest operating steam engine, featuring the Prairie Dog Central Railway. It’s full steam ahead as the Prairie Dog Central Railway rolls past a half-century of operations. As Manitoba’s only vintage railway, this organization overcame unexpected impasses to develop a creative business operation that delights passengers young and old. Here’s […]

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Your pain-free savings plan

Your pain-free savings plan

Saving money can often feel like going to the dentist. We know we have to do it, but we often put it off for too long. Saving money early creates a good habit,” says Bianca Selby, Branch Manager at Assiniboine Credit Union Garden City. “It’s much better than spending everything you earn. It gives you […]

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Federal Budget

How could the federal budget impact average Canadians?

The 2019 federal budget brings a financial boost to homebuyers, workers and low-income seniors. Here are some important highlights. While the 2019 federal budget may have been overshadowed by other headline-grabbing politics, a healthy majority of Canadians approve of some of the budget’s key policies. This isn’t too surprising, given that there are some considerable […]

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What is Responsible Investing and how can I get started?

What is Responsible Investing and how can I get started?

Every day we make choices about our purchases and consumption. It’s clearer than ever that our personal decisions and our impact on the world around us are linked. We read stories about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, we decide to use reusable shopping bags and we avoid buying products with excessive packaging. We think about […]

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How to finance a home renovation

How to finance a home renovation

While carrying out renovations on your home can be a daunting task, finding the money to finance it doesn’t have to be. There are plenty of financing options available to help with your home renovation. The right one for you will depend on how much you need to borrow and how quickly you want to […]

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