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Money: Sending Money Home

by Dale Sproule Published March 2005. Some information in this article is outdated. Deepa, a 57 year old woman, has lived in Karaikal on India 's southern coast her whole life. Her husband Baladevi was a fisherman who was swept away in the…

Finance: The Basics on Banking in Canada

By the FCAC As you start your new life in Canada, you will need to find out how to manage your money in this country. One of the first things you should do is to open a bank account. Canadian bank accounts are a safe and convenient place to…

Bank machine fees: do the math!

John Kane is Manager of Communications at the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), a federal government agency that protects your rights as a consumer and gives you information about financial products and services.

Money: Learning about debt

by Galit Osadtsuk Galit immigrated to Canada as a youngster and is now the Director of Community and Public Relations for Consolidated Credit Counseling Services of Canada Inc.

Money: How to Fund Your Education

by Guylaine Spencer You know what you want to study after high school and where you want to go. Next comes the hard part: figuring out how pay for your college or university education. In Canada, tuition alone can cost between $2,500 and…