Your credit score is an important part of your financial journey and stays with you for life.
On December 12, 2017, Bill 142, the Construction Lien Amendment Act, 2017, became law in Ontario (“the Act”).
Immigration to Canada has been on the rise in recent years. This migration is driven by many factors such as increased global communication and transportation networks and a more mobile workforce, to name a few.
Buying a home is by far the biggest purchase most of us will make in our lives. It’s the asset that we want to protect and, eventually, pass on to our children.
Just like that, back to school season is upon us. I don’t have kids so I don’t know the intimate details of all that goes into preparing kids in 2018.
After starting my insurance career in 2001, I’ve learned a great deal about auto insurance. I would like to take the time to highlight five important things that you may not know.
Whether purchasing a commercial or residential property, the prevailing law is “buyer beware.”
Growing up, we've all been told the same thing: try and pay off your mortgage as soon as possible so you can own your home. But realistically how many of us will actually ever do that?
As an employer, it is critical that you are aware of your obligations to your employees to avoid potential human rights or wrongful termination lawsuits by current or former employees on the basis of discrimination.