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Alberta Pension Plan: Why Alberta wants to leave the CPP—and what would replace it  + MORE Oct 4th

In late September, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith opened a public online consultation on a proposal to withdraw the province from the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). Her announcement was tied to the release of a third-party report that claims, among other things, that Alberta is entitled to 53%, or $.... More »
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Ask a Recruiter: How Can I Tell When It’s Time to Quit My Job? + MORE Dec 20th

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What to expect for GICs in 2024 + MORE Nov 20th

In late 2020, major banks were offering 5-year guaranteed investment certificates (GICs) with rates of less than 1%. Now, just three years later, bank GIC rates for 5-year terms are over 4%. Some credit unions and trust companies are offering rates over 6% for short-term GICs, though 4- and 5-ye.... More »

5 things to know before the stock market opens Thursday - CNBC Oct 19th

5 things to know before the stock market opens Thursday  CNBCThe close: Stocks sharply lower as bond yields rise again, investors assess earnings  The Globe and MailStocks Close Lower on Heightened Geopolitical Risks and Soaring Bond Yields  BarchartWhy Are Stocks Down .... More »

Fewer banking fees, help for mortgage holders—here’s what new rules could mean for Canadians Oct 27th

On October 17, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland announced new affordability measures related to mortgages and banking, prepared in consultation with the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), a consumer watchdog organization that focuses on financial services..... More »
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What can you learn? Here are a few highlights from the segments featuring MoneySense contributors:

Michael McCulloughTop Canadian ETFs for This Year and Beyond

With so many ETF options available, it can be hard for investors to know what to put into their portfolios…

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Best credit cards in Canada with free roadside assistance for 2023As you prep your car for the winter, it’s time to think about your credit card for a very special perk. Add “roadside assistance” to the list that includes a plunger, first-aid kit and a screwdriver small enough to fix your sunglasses: “Things you don’t realize you need, until you need them.” But this credit card perk can feel like you won the lottery when you’re stranded on the highway during a good ol’ Canadian snowstorm or on a steaming hot long weekend on the road to cottage country. That’s why we rounded up the best credit cards with free roadside assistance. 

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PC Optimum points: How to maximize your rewards in 2023

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PC Optimum points: How to earn, redeem and maximize your rewards in 2023
If you frequently shop at Loblaw-affiliated stores, the right PC Financial Mastercard or a PC Money Account can help you earn serious PC Optimum points.

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Product or accountFeaturesPC Optimum membershipLoyalty program• Earn points on select in-store and online purchases at Loblaw grocery stores• 15 points per $1 spent (1.5%) at Shoppers Drug Mart• 10 points per litre at Esso/Mobil• No annual feePC Financial Mastercard*Credit card• Earn 10 points per $1 spent (1%) at Loblaw grocery stores• 25 points per $1 (2.5%) at Shoppers Drug Mart• 30 points per litre at Esso/Mobil• 10 points per $1 (1%) everywhere else• No annual fee• Minimum income: n/aPC Financial World Mastercard*Credit card• Earn 20 points per $1 spent (2%) at Loblaw grocery stores• 35 points per $1 (3…

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The best no-fee credit cards in Canada for 2023

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The best no-fee credit cards in Canada for 2023
Searching for the perfect credit card? In under 60 seconds, CardFinder narrows down your top matches without impacting your credit score, no SIN required.

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MoneySense is an award-winning magazine, helping Canadians navigate money matters since 1999. Our editorial team of trained journalists works closely with leading personal finance experts in Canada. To help you find the best financial products, we compare the offerings from over 12 major institutions, including banks, credit unions and card issuers. Learn more about our advertising and trusted partners.

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The best cash back credit cards in Canada for 2023

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The best cash back credit cards in Canada for 2023
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MoneySense is an award-winning magazine, helping Canadians navigate money matters since 1999. Our editorial team of trained journalists works closely with leading personal finance experts in Canada. To help you find the best financial products, we compare the offerings from over 12 major institutions, including banks, credit unions and card issuers. Learn more about our advertising and trusted partners.

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