It’s been nearly two weeks since the credit monitoring company Equifax admitted it had suffered one of the largest data breaches in recent memory — exposing the personal information of a whopping 143 million U.S. consumers.
For millions of Canadians, whether or not the Bank of Canada increases interest rates tomorrow isn’t merely a financial page headline. It’s a matter of money out of their pockets.
If you’ve been stirring coconut oil into your coffee or cooking with it every day, a Calgary nutritionist says you should heed a new warning by the American Heart Association (AHA).
A number of Air Canada customers have had their tickets cancelled without warning — the latest is a Vancouver woman who only learned her ticket had been refunded when she checked her credit card statement.
Dozens of employees from credit unions across the country tell Go Public they feel the same pressure as bank employees to meet high sales targets, often to the detriment of their members.
The two richest Canadians have the same amount of wealth as the poorest 30 per cent of the country combined, according to a new report from a group of international aid organizations.