Insolvency in the News

Nov 5, 2021

Canada’s job gains shift into low gear

Source: Financial Post

Nov 5, 2021

Almost 90,000 seniors facing guaranteed income supplement cut for accepting pandemic benefits

Source: CBC News

Oct 25, 2021

Forget payday loans, this is Canada’s new generation of high-interest loans

Source: Global News

Oct 21, 2021

Feds letting aid expire, replacing with programs for hardest hit

Source: BNN Bloomberg

Oct 8, 2021

Where the CRB ends: Economists watch labour market, GDP as pandemic beenefits wind down

Source: Financial Post

Oct 7, 2021

Who’s Filing Bankruptcy in Their 30’s and Why?

Source: Hoyes Michalos

Oct 1, 2021

End of CRB and EI to cause major risks for consumption rates, financial outlook: Economist

Source: BNN Bloomberg

Aug 12, 2021

Client insolvencies delayed during the pandemic are beginning to climb

Source: Wealth Professional

July 28, 2021

Report finds nearly half of Canadians concerned about going into pandemic-related debt

Source: Lethbridge News

July 19, 2021

Nearly half of Canadians doubtful they can cover living expenses this year without going into further deb

Source: Financial Post

June 17, 2021

The CRA gives a chilling assessment on accidental TFSA overcontributions

Source: Financial Post

June 15, 2021

If a debt is outstanding, but not enforceable in court… is it really a debt?

Source: WeirFoulds LLP

June 14, 2021

53% of Canadians on the brink of insolvency: MNP survey

Source: BNN Bloomberg

May 31, 2021

New Canadian mortgage ‘stress test’ rules take effect June 1

Source: CTV News

May 15, 2021

From takeout to gas prices, how to protect yourself from rising inflation

Source: Global News

May 13, 2021

Consumer insolvencies in March spike to highest level in a year

Source: Advisor’s Edge

May 7, 2021

Canada’s economy lost 207,000 jobs last month

Source: CBC

April 18, 2021

COVID-19: Insolvency trustees signal warning about post-pandemic financial stress

Source: Vancouver Sun

Jan 30, 2021

Canadians deserve better’: Experts decry ‘outrageous’ interest rates by alternative lenders

Source: CBC