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Last week we were worried about rampant inflation with too much government stimulus and this week we are worried that a correction may be underway as a result of not enough government stimulus; this after several weeks of amazing gains.  One thing is for sure, no matter what happens, we are going to be worried… Read More

Interest Rates to Hold at Current Levels Until mid-2010 – Governor of the Bank of Canada Mark Carney says the central bank is committed to maintaining current interest rates through the first half of 2010, although he noted the challenge of resolving global imbalances stands in the way of convincing economic recovery. Speaking to the… Read More

If you have sent us an email in the past couple of weeks and did not get a reply, it is because we did not get your email.  Our tech people have fixed the issues of spam filtering and the problem is now fixed.  Please call us at 604.878.0702 if this happens again or use… Read More

New proposed CPP changes

June 10, 2009
Uncategorized
Odette Morin

On May 25, 2009 Finance Canada announced some proposed changes to how Canada Pension Plan will work. The goal is to to keep older workers in the workforce longer—to lessen the future labour shortage when the baby boomers retire. In brief, the changes are proposed to take effect over a period of time from 2011… Read More