And 3/4 Canadians say they're stressed about money. 😬
Making it the highest minimum wage of any province
The first province to tie minimum wage increase to inflation
Residents can provide feedback via an online survey or a virtual town hall.
We also reportedly have the filthiest currency in the world 🤢
You made it through 2020, now what? 🤔
#2: Get help with your money!
Virtually all sectors of the economy are projected to experience decline this year before starting to bounce back in 2021.
Details to be announced later this week
The previous record was set in 1982.
In B.C., 396,500 jobs were lost in March and April
Originally anyone laid off for longer than 13 weeks would have to be permanently let go
A whopping 16,389 people applied within the first 45 minutes of the website launch
Victoria, Sidney, and Colwood have eliminated the annual tax hike altogether
Members affected by COVID-19 can defer payments for up to six months
Along with increasing tap pay limits for customers.
Here's a breakdown of what this means for individuals and businesses
People are finding hundreds of dollars in unclaimed cheques
And you could win enrolment to a summer crash course on the subject! 💸
Roughly 1 third of post-secondary students graduate with over $10,000 in debt.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! 🎵
1 in 3 said they did not make enough to cover their bills.
16% said they were “very confident” they could reach their goal.
President Trump has promised “punitive tariffs” if a deal is not reached
Despite spending more money in summer, only 19 per cent of Canadians try to save during the first half of the year.
Piece-rate farm workers and resident caretakers are also included in the wage hike.
The NDP government expects that 99% of British Columbians will not be affected by it
Viola Desmond was a successful black businesswoman who was jailed, convicted and fined for defiantly refusing to leave a whites-only area of a movie theatre.
Got some vintage paper currency lying around?
On average, Canadian students now graduate with over $26,000 in debt at the end of a four-year degree program.
Where did the time go?!
Step 1: Stay calm
Vacation like an investment advisor.
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