The MoneySense ranking of the best places to settle down in Canada.
MoneySense has ranked 200 cities and towns across Canada in search of the best place to live based on dozens of socio-economic criteria. Here are the top 30 overall cities for 2013.
Visit here for the full list, more galleries and our methodology.
* Video: Where the wealthy are investing
CGA Vice President discusses why Canadians live paycheque to paycheque
Date 3 hrs ago, Duration 4:24, Views 8
Video by: CBC - Business
Date 4 hrs ago 6:41
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Date 10 hrs ago 8:57
Tooltip Information:The spectre of U.S. energy independence and what it means for Canada: Part One [05-22-13 1:00 PM]Video by:Description: BNN looks at the prospects of U.S. energy independence, its ramifications for energy policy and the impact on Canada and the rest of the world. Headline host Howard Green speaks with Michael Levi, fellow, Council on Foreign Relations and author of "The Power Surge: Energy, Opportunity and the Battle for America's FutureRating: 4Views: 376
Date 7 hrs ago 9:18
Tooltip Information:Canada losing housing market as a growth engine [05-22-13 3:10 PM]Video by:Description: The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals released its annual spring report on residential mortgage market earlier today. The report says the tightening on mortgage lending rules is causing the Canadian economy to lose its housing market as an important growth engine. To find out more, we are joined by Will Dunning, Chief Economist, the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals.Rating: 4Views: 891
Date 10 hrs ago 6:15
Tooltip Information:Money Matters: Why Building Wealth Isn't a Priority [05-22-13 8:35 AM]Video by:Description: A new report suggests building wealth isn't a big priority for most Canadians. CGA Canada found that only 2 in 5 Canadian households were actively involved in accumulating wealth last year. BNN digs into the findings, and what the study tells us about Canadians and their saving habits with, Rock Lefebvre, VP, Research and Standards, CGA Canada.Rating: 5Views: 310
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- 73 %Just one. Credit cards should only be used for emergency situations.
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