Archive for June 2019

Quick tips to becoming a transformational leader

In today’s contemporary society, being a manager simply isn’t enough. Everyone can manage, supervise, and assign work, but this is just the beginning. If you don’t go the extra mile, you might find yourself at a stand still while others are making impactful changes around you. Companies are in search of transformational leaders that can…

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Low-cost Canada Day celebrations ideas

With less than a week until Canada Day 2019, people all over the country are preparing for a day full of celebrations and get togethers. If you’re looking for some fun ways to commemorate Canada’s 152nd birthday without spending a lot of money then we have the perfect list for you.  Head over to a…

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How to make a few extra dollars this summer

We all like to have a little extra fun during summer. Whether it is going out for drinks with friends, or on a small road trip, it all comes with a price. If you already have a full time job during weekdays, you can pick up a small side hustle on the weekend. This extra…

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Universities and students angry as OSAP cuts are rolled out

As Ontario government‘s cuts to the SOAP was finally introduced to stunned students across Ontario last week, many are wondering if enrollment at school for the fall semester is even possible. Political parties and universities are raising alarm as this move will have huge implications for future job market, post secondary literacy rate, and university…

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How to live with debt

Debt can be hard to talk about. Many people who do have debt tend to avoid this topic of conversation, which makes it even harder to get the help they need. It is time to stop running away from the situation and tackle it head-on. Let’s talk about debt. Ignoring your debt can lead to…

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Faster ways to get rid of your Debt

If you live in North America, chances are you have multiple credit cards. You may even carry a balance on them. Have you ever wondered if there is a way for you to save money and pay off your balance completely? Well, yes there is! Balance transfer is when you pay off the balance on…

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Consequences of debt

Everyone will have debt at some point in their lives, it is inevitable. Whether it comes from funding tuition or bad spending habits, mismanagement of debt can turn into a life changing problem. Here are a few consequences of debt you should be aware of: It shrinks your future paycheque. Outstanding debt needs to be settled…

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Buying a home in Toronto

There is no doubt that Toronto is in the midst of a housing crisis. Not only are rent costs through the roof, but real estate prices are at its highest in the last decade with a projected 4% growth in 2019. As millennials are reaching the monumental milestone in their life where they are considering…

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The Toronto Raptors aim for the championship

For the first time in NBA history, the Toronto Raptors has a chance of being crowned champions. This would be Canada’s first NBA title and the whole country is cheering on the team, loud and proud, as they continue their journey towards making history. Fans were quick to purchase their tickets knowing that such a…

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How to control emotional spending

Looking back, we have all purchased items we don’t really need, nor will ever use. You might probably ask yourself, “why did I even buy this in the first place?”, and the answer to that question is that you were in the heat of the moment. Retail therapy is an instant gratification for when you…

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