«Finance» column

Credit Cards: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

July 29th, 2014; By Neetu Duhra

“Charge it!”  It may feel great to just swipe a plastic card and that brand new shiny Michael Kors purse is now yours to enjoy.  But by the time you […]

Grants for Students with Disabilities

July 29th, 2014; By Service Canada

Am I eligible? You are eligible if you: – apply and qualify for a Canada Student Loan; – are enrolled in a full-time or part-time program (minimum 32 weeks) at […]

Tips for Scoring a Scholarship

July 14th, 2014; By Michelle Osei-Bonsu

Let’s get real. Post-secondary education is expensive and very few people have thousands of dollars casually lying around the house. Most of us are in search of cash — the […]

Scholarships and Bursaries for Aboriginal Students

July 12th, 2014; By Métis Nation of Ontario

Bursaries and Scholarships The Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada is dedicated to helping Aboriginals reach the highest standard of excellence in finance and management. AFOA’s initiatives in the development […]

July Scholarships of the Month – Apply Now!

June 30th, 2014; By Jasmin Bollman

Heading to college or university in the fall? It’s not too late to apply for scholarships! Help fund your way through post-secondary education and take your mind off of financial […]

Books and Bills: Financing your Post-Secondary Studies

June 30th, 2014; By Teodora Pasca

An education is a worthwhile investment—but if you’re making the decision to go to college or university, you may find yourself questioning the amount of money going into your studies. […]

How To Get Scholarship Help

June 30th, 2014; By Sachin Kumar Airan

When it comes to college scholarships, the more that you can accumulate the better off you will be. You cannot always rely on college financial aid to be enough to […]