Economy

Your cup of joe is only getting pricier

If you think your morning latte is expensive now, brace yourself.

Read the fine print before snagging a 30-year mortgage

Thinking about a 30-year mortgage to ease your monthly payments? There’s more to it than meets the eye.

When the U.S. cuts rates is anyone’s guess

As countries around the world start rolling back interest rate hikes, U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says he needs more information to convince him the economy has cooled down enough before following suit. 

The fight against a cashless society has begun

Will future generations know the unrivalled thrill of getting a crisp $50 bill from your grandma on your birthday? We’re not so sure.

Young Canadians falling flat on job hunt

Young Canadians need more than a LinkedIn premium account to land a job these days. 

What happened: The unemployment rate for Canadians aged 15-24 rose to 13.5% last month, the highest rate seen since 2014 — not counting the pandemic. The employment rate among university students looking for summer jobs is currently the lowest since 1998.

Save money by living as a digital nomad

Remote workers are logging on from all over the world not just to explore new places but also to save money.

Putting your kids in sports will cost you

Letting your kid chase their dream of being a pro athlete can really add up.

Building a road to the Arctic’s minerals

A new project aims to make Canada’s Far North a li’l more accessible.

For Canadian investors, there’s no place like home

Canadian investors often favour homegrown investments, but a recent report warns against going all-in on domestic stocks.

How to find your perfect (financial advisor) match

When choosing a financial advisor, don’t swipe right too quickly.