Canadian Financial News This Week- 06/05

Canadian Financial News

Here is your breakdown of this week’s top Canadian financial news with some articles of interest we’ve found from 3rd party financial websites.

Each week we’ll scan through the latest and greatest in the world of Canadian finance and bring you the articles we feel are important to our audience. These will range from up to the minute Government changes to articles that might spark your interest and give you some advice or at least food for thought.

1. The Bank of Canada left its trend-setting interest rate unchanged Wednesday, saying the economy is adjusting as expected to the bite of low commodity prices and weaker-than-anticipated U.S. demand.

Read more: MoneySense

2. Nannygate: While it appears taxpayers may be getting a discount on the Trudeau’s childcare, the question of course remains: Should we be paying at all?

Read more: MoneySense

3. Meet the mortgage-free 30-year-old whose frugality riled the Internet

Read more: The Globe and Mail

4. What is the ideal retirement portfolio for a thirtysomething?

Read more: The Globe and Mail


There you have it! As always the world of finance moves at a rapid pace , the more we can keep an eye on things the better chance we have of adjusting to changes as and when they happen.

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