PF Weekly Reading List #12- Canada Budget 2013, CBB vs RFI (Guacamole)

  My morning consisted of a hot cup of coffee (OK 3) and a read of the Canada Budget 2013 that was released Thursday. It’s quite long but I picked out a couple of bits to chat about today. After reading through it I found this quote from Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty,“We will remain focused on what matters to Canadians—jobs and economic growth, and ensuring Canada’s economic advantage today will translate into the long-term prosperity of tomorrow”  motivational from my perspective as permanent resident. Returning to a balanced budget seems optimistic throughout the budget plan with the deficit projected to drop each year and the government hoping to balance by 2015-2016 which they believe will strengthen Canada’s fiscal advantage. When I read this budget update these key words stood out- promote, extend, provide, enhance, build, help, improve, continue, invest, create, support, connect, opportunities, action, increase, invest, renew, introduce and initiative, all words that I believe create a unity or air of optimism. As we all know when creating a budget anything can happen so I’m sure many Canadians will be following this closely to see how well we stay true to this budget and how it unfolds over time. I believe a […]

Building Credit In Canada As A New Permanent Resident

Building Credit all over again in a new Country is not easy but is certainly possible to do. I’m still here and living it up and don’t fancy heading back any time soon. I’ve battled through all the permanent resident requirements with my lovely wife at my side and it’s been such a learning experience that I hope to share with all of you. It took me just over 100 days from the time I sent out my package that I prepared to Immigration Canada to being accepted as a Permanent Resident of Canada. I am truly blessed to be living in such a beautiful country like Canada and all the opportunities it has given me. Now I’m doing my part and giving back. Many people who land in Canada as new residents often find themselves lost when trying to establish credit to build a credit history. New Permanent Resident When I moved to Canada from the United Kingdom I was what they used to call a “Canadian Landed Immigrant” now called a “Canadian Permanent Resident”. Although I did some research on a Canada Immigration Forum it was more about the legal aspect rather than the financial. I already knew how to […]

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