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Trusting the Ripcord

More Than Enough Financial coach and mortgage agent David van Noppen took a leap recently that sent him free-falling from 9000 feet above the earth. After falling from the plane for 30 seconds, his tandem partner pulled the ripcord, opening the parachute. Within... read more

Back to School Tips for University Students

As a student, August always seems to surprise me! Preparing for the new school year can be both daunting and exciting, especially for university students as we see our tuition costs climbing. Here are some of the things I do to prepare which makes the school year run... read more

Debt is Not an Option

So what’s the point? The point of getting out of debt? We have spent four weeks talking about the “Why and How of Debt” on “Let’s Talk Money with Dave and Reb”, and I sit here wondering if debt is something that we really understand. It strips us of freedom, burdens... read more

Dominion from Sea to Sea

Dominion from sea to sea It’s our Canadian motto. From sea to sea is inscribed in the stonework of Parliament Hill – A Mari usque ad Mare – a reminder of the vastness of our nation, a reminder of the words of God that inspired that motto, and a reminder... read more

50 Things to Do to Celebrate Canada!

The Loop released a list of 150 awesome things to do in Canada to celebrate the 150th birthday of our country. You can see their full list here. We have shortened this list to 50 things you can do in Ottawa this summer!   Watch the fireworks in Ottawa. The... read more

Personal Finance Tips for Young Adults

As a student, I’m all about the tricks of the trade which make me smarter, healthier and more financially savvy! So here are some of the things I have picked up in my two years at university.They may not be bright and shiny but they gave me a sense of stability which... read more

This week on “Let’s Talk Money with Dave and Reb”, the hosts look at dozens of stereotypical and not-so-stereotypical ways you can celebrate Canada’s birthday. If you are eating poutine, Kraft Dinner, Beavertails, or a Jos Louis or visiting museums, the Thousand Islands, Parliament Hill or Canadian tire, or you are throwing a 150 Party – whatever you do – Dave and Reb want to encourage you to do it with family and friends and community.

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