- Canada Post will begin to charge new fees to developers to build community mailboxes in new subdivisions starting in January. The cost—$200 per address—could be passed on to homebuyers.
- Being environmentally friendly doesn’t have to cost more money. Boomer and Echo shows us how to save money by going green.
- In an effort to improve financial literacy among middle-school students, the Financial Planning Standards Council is encouraging its CFP professionals to volunteer to mentor classrooms as part of the Junior Achievement of Canada’s Dollars with Sense program. Last year, the program was delivered to 1,630 classes across Canada teaching 43,084 students the basics on budgeting, money management and investments. For more info visit jacan.org.
- Don’t forget to enter for your chance to win one of three free copies of the all-new MoneySense Guide to Investing in Stocks:
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