«Finance» column

Is University Pay to Play?

September 29th, 2019; By author below

By Erin Rebello In this day and age, it is frightening to be a lower- or middle-class student hoping to go to university. With tuition costs soaring and numerous mandatory […]

Scholarships and Financial Aid: June 2019

May 19th, 2019; By Erin Kelly

Global Lift Equipment Scholarship Scholarship Value: $500 Awards Available: 1 Award Deadline: June 15, 2019 Address: https://www.usedforklifttexas.com/   Lift Parts Express Scholarship Scholarship Value: $500 Awards Available: 1 Award Deadline: […]

The Importance of Building Credit

April 23rd, 2019; By Maria Cruz

Ah, your first credit card. That whopping $1000 limit means the world is your oyster for the next month. It may be tempting to visit every store in your neighbourhood […]

A Closer Look at a Career as a Personal Financial Advisor

April 23rd, 2019; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Financial literacy sounds like a term coined by financial pundits to scare off those who aren’t exactly a whiz with financial matters, but recent data from Statistics Canada that revealed […]

OSAP Changes: How Will They Affect You?

April 23rd, 2019; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

It’s human instinct to be wary of change, especially when something has worked wonders for you, be it your current classmates and teachers, your academic schedule, your social calendar, or […]

Financial: Watch Out for Wasting Money

April 23rd, 2019; By Meghan Brown

Handling money isn’t easy for anyone, whether you’re a teen, a college student, or an adult.  Being good with money takes practice and effort; no one is magically a financial […]

Why You Shouldn’t Use Only Student Loans for All Your Education Costs

April 28th, 2018; By Meghan Brown

A university or college degree is considered a necessity for many careers, but tuition costs are rising higher each year.  For those who are not able to pay the full […]