Month: November 2017

Can an Email Can Extend a Limitation Period for a Debt Claim?

In British Columbia, the right to sue on a debtor’s failure to repay a loan is generally limited to a two year period following the date the debtor defaults on that loan, thanks to the provisions of the Limitation Act, S.B.C. 2012, c. 13 (the “ Limitation Act”). However, section 24(6) of the Limitation Act also provides…

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Canadian Consumers Rightfully Showing Concern Over Rising Interest Rates

According to a recent Ipsos poll conducted by MNP LTD., the increased cost of borrowing due to rising interest rates is causing many Canadians to re-evaluate their relationship with debt. Seven in 10 people who responded to the survey say higher interest rates will cause them to think twice about how they spend their money,…

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Canadian Problems that Infrastructure Investment Can Solve

Many advocacy groups out there today seem more focused on simply gaining attention while promoting their utopian ideals with little concern for the deeper economic impacts their positions would have on what makes Canada the Canada of today. However, there does exist out there a few champions and voices of reason. Since 1925, the Canadian…

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