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Under pressure from government and consumers, financial institutions are responding to the economic crisis.
A prolonged slowdown with low or negative interest rates would wreak havoc in the industry, a review from McKinsey concluded.
There's a card for everyone: from students to frequent travellers.
The bank is the target of a new campaign by a well-funded advocacy group with a record of forcing policy change.
At last count, there were 266,620 enrolled across the country, according to Statistics Canada.
Why is it that very few of us actually take the time to sit down and actually assess our savings, spending and banking options until we want to buy a home or we begin to think about our retirement savings? Are companies profiting from our ignorance? Are they "banking" on it?