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Why young people love their Uber

You know a new product has become an integral part of everyday life when people start using the product name interchangeably with its use. “Hand me a tissue” can just as easily be “hand me a Kleenex.

Why young people love their Uber

You know a new product has become an integral part of everyday life when people start using the product name interchangeably with its use. “Hand me a tissue” can just as easily be “hand me a Kleenex.

The ABCs of TFSAs

There is much debate about the future of Tax-Free Savings Accounts and how they are used. Some people suggest TSFAs are so popular that they are costing a debt-ridden Federal government a fortune in lost tax revenue and should be scrapped.

B.C.'s self-damaging and silly pipeline war

British Columbia Premier John Horgan started an economic war with Alberta over oil shipments. A lot of people, starting with B.C.

B.C.'s self-damaging and silly pipeline war

British Columbia Premier John Horgan started an economic war with Alberta over oil shipments. A lot of people, starting with B.C.

The ABCs of TFSAs

There is much debate about the future of Tax-Free Savings Accounts and how they are used. Some people suggest TSFAs are so popular that they are costing a debt-ridden Federal government a fortune in lost tax revenue and should be scrapped.

What the fudge has happened to language?

Back in 1972, the great standup comic George Carlin unveiled one of his best routines, called ‘The Seven Dirty Words You Can’t Say On TV’. It was Carlin at his scatological, logical best.

What the fudge has happened to language?

Back in 1972, the great standup comic George Carlin unveiled one of his best routines, called ‘The Seven Dirty Words You Can’t Say On TV’. It was Carlin at his scatological, logical best.

"I used to be with it, but then they changed what 'it' was, and now what I'm with isn't it. And what's 'it' seems weird and scary to me." - Abraham Simpson, lamenting the changing times, in The Simpsons.

Older Canadians are on the move

ATB Financial reports that fewer Albertans over the age of 55 are retiring, but Morneau Shepell actuary Fred Vettese says a major problem for people trying to decide how late in life to work either full-time or part-time is the lack of harmonization