Posted on August 3, 2021
Financial Literacy and Justice
Posted August 31, 2021
Posted August 23, 2021
Affordability and the rising cost of living are becoming some of the top issues during the Canadian federal election, according to new polling by Ipsos for Global News. But the term affordability means different things to different voters. Anne Gaviola reports on how that may be influencing voters on who they will vote for.
Posted August 12, 2021
Check out this great video of our action in Ottawa for the National Day of Action for Fair Banking:
Posted August 3, 2021
Posted July 19, 2021
“We are in this together” said the political leaders across the world at the beginning of the pandemic, Canada was no exception. But we know that’s far from what transcribed in the months to come – not one, two but multiple times in multiple ways.
Posted on July 13, 2021
Posted March 8, 2021
While interest rates remain pinned to historic lows, and while the country’s Big Six banks continue to rack up profits in the multibillions, a vast swath of borrowers have been cast out of the realm of conventional lending.
The group delivered demands to Money Mart and Cash ‘N’ Cheque on Concession Street