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Banking / Mergers /  • May 18, 2018
Alberta credit unions ponder merger

Credit union members with Mountain View Credit Union (17,000 members, $740 million in assets) and Connect First Credit Union (100,000 members, $5 billion in assets) in Alberta will vote this June on a possible merger, reports CU Today. ...

Human Interest /  • May 11, 2018
Connecting the dots

Like many nations in Africa, Ethiopia faces a water crisis due to recurring drought, which causes enormous social, health and economic problems. Out of a population of 102 million, 61 million Ethiopians lack access to safe water, relying i...

Business /  • April 5, 2018
Finger pointing beefs up payment card security

Gemalto, touted as a world leader in digital security, has launched an EMV biometric dual interface payment card for both chip and contactless payments that use fingerprint recognition instead of a PIN code to authenticate the cardholder. When c...

Economics /  • March 28, 2018
IMF predicts economic growth for Canada

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook report, released last January, predicted that recent tax cuts in the United States will provide a temporary boost to the American economy. This, in turn, will help stimulate the ...

Finance /  • March 16, 2018
Canadian debt load a growing concern

Bay Street money manager Gareth Watson, director of Richardson GMP’s investment management group, says the Bank of Canada needs to put its “foot down” in an effort to cool Canadians’ voracious appetite for debt, Business News Networ...

Human Interest /  • March 15, 2018
Honesty and trust tested in Atlantic Canada

In a bid to prove that standards of honesty, trust and fairness are alive and well in Atlantic Canada, credit unions undertook a creative guerrilla marketing campaign to test these values. Atlantic Central, which represents 47 credit...

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