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Summer 2022 Newsletter

It has been difficult to find much commentary that suggest positive developments in the financial news over recent times...

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2022 Federal Budget Highlights

Below you will find some of the notable highlights from the 2022 Federal Budget released on April 7, 2022....

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Six Money Questions to Discuss with Your Partner

Since money can be tied to emotion more than many people realize, having discussions about finances today can pave a smoother road to tomorrow. The benefits are many: helping to establish shared financial goals and a collective road map to navigate t...

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Spring 2022 Newsletter

Today it seems as though there is no shortage of new challenges to test our resolve....

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RRSP and TFSA Reminder

DON'T FORGET YOUR TFSA & RRSP CONTRIBUTIONS FOR 2022!...

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Winter 2022 Newsletter

Continue to Look Forward “The progress of mankind has been incredible and that won’t stop. There will be interruptions that will occur from time to time…and I also know that we’ll come out better on the other end.” — Warren Buffett...

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Tax-Loss Selling 2021

As we head towards December, investors should begin thinking about the year ahead and planning for potential tax losses.  We invite you to review our Tax-Loss Selling Guide for 2021 to learn more!...

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Autumn 2021 Newsletter

It may be easy to overlook the importance of patience in investing. Instant gratification has become a way of life. We’ve been conditioned to expect instantaneous results through influences like on-demand television and one-click shopping....

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Summer 2021 Newsletter

Noise, according to Nobel-prize winning economist Daniel Kahneman, is the unwanted variability that can cloud judgment and impact decision making. We can make different decisions when influenced by noise, such as........

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Spring 2021 Newsletter

Baseball Hall of Famer Yogi Berra was known not just for being a legendary player, but also for his straight-talking witticisms. He is perhaps best remembered for his phrase: “it ain’t over till it’s over.”...

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