Monthly Archives: August 2016

Delinquent and Angry

As widely reported last week in the mainstream media delinquency rates in Alberta and Saskatchewan climbed higher in the second quarter allegedly due to the fallout from the drop in the price of oil. Equifax Canada reported this past week that the delinquency rate for Alberta stood at 1.4 per cent, up 40.3 per cent […]

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45 Years Ago Today: The Day the Money Died

As many continue to panic over the potential for greater global uncertainty and chaos, based upon Brexit and the upcoming US elections in November one must recognize that chaos and new public policy coming completely out of left field is nothing new and should not be considered special or unique during this, our time in […]

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