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A recent Statistics Canada survey of almost 17,000 business owners found that about 3 per cent have plans to transfer or sell their business within the next year, which translates into hundreds of deals across the country based on the sample size alone.
There are 564,000 people in Canada with dementia, the broader category of cognitive impairment that includes Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer Society of Canada. Every year, 78,600 new cases are diagnosed, according to a national dementia strategy released by Health Canada in 2019.
A guide for seniors trying cannabis for the first time, a fascinating look at the menopausal brain and a Footloose-inspired protest from a group of Newfoundland seniors
It’s been nearly three years since Ottawa legalized the recreational use of cannabis and one of the big surprises has been just how many seniors are utilizing pot products for health reasons — or just plain fun.
MoneySense partners share their answers to questions that we hope will inspire and inform Canadians about their personal finances.
Advocates says women are disproportionately affected by financial rules.
As provincial regulators look around for a quick way to squirt some cold water on the sizzling hot housing market, the bidding process — called blind bidding — that encourages aggressive bids is coming under scrutiny.
Advisors should focus on helping clients find an equilibrium, says Alim Dhanji, senior financial planner at Assante Financial Management Ltd. in Vancouver.
Some experts say the often-cited figure is no longer reliable.
Investors are told throughout the course of their lives to spend less and save more if they want a comfortable retirement. For some, those frugal habits can be hard to break once they stop working – even if they’ve saved more than they could hope to spend for the rest of their lives.