It turns out that people who live in Saguenay and Trois-Rivières, Quebec are doing something right. They have the highest life satisfaction, according to a new report from Statistics Canada. The report examined responses from Statistics Canada's general social survey from...
Every wonder what it means to be a “YouTube Celebrity”? Well it turns out that if you’ve hit it YouTube-big with a food, style, or video game channel, you’re making some pretty good coin. Just how good? You might not want to know
Go ahead; splurge on that weekend away at a summer music festival. Science now provides solid logic on why we should spend our precious paycheques on experiences rather than on things. In the end, it’s the experiences – not the material possessions – that make us happier
Statistics Canada has released some pretty depressing news when it comes to the financial state of Canadians. The Canadian household debt burden reached a record high in the final quarter of 2014. For many Canadians, debt is simply growing faster than disposable income
Leonard Nimoy’s death has unleashed the artistic Trekkie in thousands of Canadians. And as a result, our $5 bills are getting Vulcan makeovers that turn Sir Wilfrid Laurier into Spock faster than you can spend them
It's no secret former American President Andrew Jackson isn't the most fitting figure to have his face on currency. You know who is? A woman. And there sure are a lot who've made significant enough contributions to American history to be considered, which is exactly what this campaign is about
Money. Most of us just never have enough of it. After all, living a notable life in our cities isn’t cheap – no matter how well you’re doing. But let’s face it: being on a budget makes it pretty hard to enjoy dropping $20 on a single cocktail. With that said, here are 14 ways to save money that won’t cramp your lifestyle
Most young professionals (YPs) have every intention to consciously budget and wisely save our well-earned dollars, whether to ensure security for years down the road or to reward ourselves with that much-needed vacation the following month
An important part of living a balanced and responsible life as a young professional is having a firm handle on our finances. We pay our bills on time, contribute to a retirement fund, meet regularly with our financial advisor, and live according to a realistic budget. We should be good, right?