James Burns

James Burns is a freelance writer and copywriter. With a background in journalism, financial services and marketing, he writes for a wide range of companies across the financial services spectrum. His articles and blogs provide financial advice and insights to both consumers and businesses.
Manitoba Mortgage FAQs

Manitoba mortgage FAQs answered

Manitoba’s hot property market is expected to continue through 2021, after a sellers’ market that brought price rises of over 4% in 2020. The pandemic has prompted many people to…

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investing through the ages

Wise ways to invest your money at different life stages

Life is full of surprises. While some life moments may not be meticulously planned, there are things such as your investment strategy that can be a little more predictable. While…

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HELOC with Assiniboine Credit Union
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Mortgages versus home equity loans: What’s the difference and which is the best option?

Mortgages and home equity loans are among the most popular ways to borrow money in Manitoba and across Canada. Around 40% of Canadians have a mortgage and over three million…

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Federal budget impacts on homeowners
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Federal budget delivers game-changer for first-time homebuyers

Most Manitobans are well aware of how much real estate has skyrocketed in recent years. By the end of 2021, home prices in Winnipeg had risen by 9.6% year-over-year. In…

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Community Financial Centre - 10 years
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The power of 10

This year, ACU’s Community Financial Centre (CFC) is celebrating 10 years of building commerce through the power of community. CFC has long been a pillar in the community, helping create…

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Bringing composting to the workplace

For businesses looking to make a meaningful shift in their waste management practices, composting should be a priority. Working with Compost Winnipeg, initiating a commercial compost program is simple. Launched…

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