Personal Finance

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Personal Finance
The ins and outs of tax and estate planning for a RRIF
Posted on 18 April 2019

Q: I’m 81, single, female, with around $265,000 in a RRIF (invested in two different financial institutions, both mutual funds).  My withdrawal is about $12,000 a year. How can I minimize tax payable (by ...

Real Estate

Real Estate
‘Making money off trusting, innocent people’: Investment company 1PLUS12 sued for almost $2M over alleged ‘fraud’
Posted on 11 April 2019

The Toronto business bills itself as an “international investment training company,” promising to make its clients rich using a “unique, uncommon” approach to investing. But a Global News investigation has found the company, 1PLUS12, is currently facing two lawsuits totaling $6....

Environment & Economy

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Environment & Economy
Treaty Rights Remain An Afterthought In Canada's Law-Making Process
Posted on 19 April 2019

In October of 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on a contentious case involving the Mikisew Cree. This dispute stemmed from the Harper government's introduction of two omnibus bills dating back to 2012. These bills proposed changes to Canada's environmental protection and regulatory ...