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Why You Should Make ‘Career Cushioning’ Part of Your Job This Year + MORE Feb 1st
Have you ever casually browsed job boards, just to see what’s out there? Taken a recruiter’s call, even though you’re not sure you want to leave your current role anytime soon? Started a side hustle because it never hurts to have a Plan B? Congratulations, you were “career cushioning”—wh.... More »
US Treasury takes 'one of its most significant sanctions actions to date' on anniversary of Russia's war against Ukraine - CNN + MORE Feb 24th
US Treasury takes 'one of its most significant sanctions actions to date' on anniversary of Russia's war against Ukraine CNNUS announces sweeping new Russia sanctions 1 year into war Toronto StarZelenskiy Sends Ukrainian Lawmakers Sweeping Sanctions On Russian Financial Institu.... More »
Compare the best GIC rates in Canada 2023 Feb 15th
Investing The best GIC rates in Canada for 2023 Find the best GIC rates in Canada. Plus, everything you need to know about how they work. Compare now Tap "Return to top" to come back here. .... More »
TD Bank reports $1.58B Q1 profit, down 58% from year ago - BNN Bloomberg + MORE Mar 2nd
TD Bank reports $1.58B Q1 profit, down 58% from year ago BNN BloombergTD tops analysts' forecasts as improved margins offset higher provisions for bad loans The Globe and MailRBC reports Q1 profit down as expenses, provisions for credit losses rise Yahoo Movies Canad.... More »
How Tulip CEO Ali Asaria Retooled His Business Twice and Landed $100M Investment + MORE Feb 8th
The journey from idea to IPO is a difficult one. In this five-part series, we look at how founders scaled their startups and reached new milestones. When Ali Asaria founded Tulip, he was missing one, seemingly critical, thing: a product. The serial entrepreneur had worked at BlackBerry a.... More »
Manitoba government to hand out cheques to help with rising food, fuel costs – CBC.ca
Manitoba government to hand out cheques to help with rising food, fuel costs CBC.caManitoba premier announces second round of inflation cheques Global NewsManitoba premier to announce new round of cheques to combat rising cost of living CBC.caSecond round of Manitoba inflation aid touted as bigger and more widespread CTV News WinnipegInflation: Manitoba premier announces financial aid for 700,000 people CTV News WinnipegView Full Coverage on Google News
If Kerry K. Taylor looks familiar, you’ve likely seen her on TV, sharing smart personal finance tips on news and lifestyle shows like CBC’s The National and CTV’s Your Morning. The financial journalist has also written for the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star. Taylor is also the knowledgeable and compassionate voice of Squawkfox.com, the award-winning financial website she created in 2007, and host of The Cash and Kerry Podcast. Originally a Torontonian, Kerry now lives in rural British Columbia, where she answered these questions for MoneySense.
Who are your financial heroes?
My financial heroes are those fighting for investors’ rights across Canada. The recent nationwide ban on unfair mutual fund fees, such as deferred sales charges, represents a decade-long effort by groups including FAIR Canada and is a huge win for Canadians.
How do you like to spend your free time?
I spend my free time walking. Walking isn’t just about exercise, it’s a fantastic way to find solitude and disconnect from technology…