Tag: Reconciliation

Big deal. So what if a few Indigenous languages are lost?

As a teenager, like most, ACU Brand & Campaign Specialist Lisa Delorme Meiler did not listen to her Elders when it came to language preservation. “I grew up francophone, and…

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Logan Mason receives Indigenous bursary

Indigenous Business Student Bursary: An investment in success

Logan Mason has a soft spot for Chopin and Beethoven. The 19-year-old counts playing the piano as one of his hobbies and hopes to pick up the violin and learn…

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Blanket for change - Every Child Matters

A blanket for change

Kirstin Witwicki gratefully accepted well wishes after being draped with a very special blanket at a traditional Indigenous ceremony at The Forks in Winnipeg. But as the drum beats softly…

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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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TFSA Basics: How does a TFSA work
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Finance basics: How does a TFSA work?

Ever since its introduction in 2009, the Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) has been a hit with Canadians. Yet, despite its widespread popularity, there still seems to be some confusion about…

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Professional woman between jobs waits to be interviewed for new position
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5 ways to budget when between jobs

No matter how it happened, losing your job is undoubtedly a shock. It impacts every area of your life, including your finances, so getting a handle on them is essential…

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