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December 13, 2017
Out-Of-Control Holiday Spending Means Epic "Debt Hangover" in the New Year

TORONTO, ON - The average Canadian will spend 8 per cent more this holiday season than they did last year, and with Canadian household debt at a record high, many people will be facing significant debt levels come January.  ...

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November 13, 2017
How not to destroy your credit score during the holidays—Financial Post

Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada speaks with Larysa Harapyn of the Financial Post about growing household debt, guilty pleasures, and tips on how not to tank your credit score during the holiday season.

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November 9, 2017
I’m 34 and I have a serious issue – I’m an impulsive shopper— The Globe and Mail

Rob Carrick of the Globe & Mail seeks Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell’s advice for a compulsive shopper.

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November 7, 2017
Why Are Women Stressing More About Money?—Tangerine

Kelley Keehn talks to Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell regarding how women can take charge of their finances while also reducing their stress.

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October 18, 2017
Canada's Biggest Guilty Pleasure Is Eating Out: Survey—Huffington Post

Credit Canada and Capital One Canada join forces to help Canadians keep their indulgence spending in check during Credit Education Week 2017.

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October 16, 2017
Eating out is the top financial indulgence for most Canadians—The Globe and Mail

Brenda Bouw for the Globe and Mail and Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell talk about the recent “financial guilty pleasures” survey Credit Canada and Capital One Canada released.

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October 11, 2017
Canadians are splurging on ‘guilty pleasures,’ and it’s adding up: survey—Global News

Credit Canada and Capital One Canada join forces to help Canadians keep their indulgence spending in check during Credit Education Week 2017.

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October 11, 2017
Canadians Are Spending Big on Their Financial "Guilty Pleasures"—Business Insider

Credit Canada and Capital One Canada join forces to help Canadians keep their indulgence spending in check during Credit Education Week 2017.

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September 25, 2017
Only a quarter of Canadians have a rainy day fund, but more than half worry about rising rates—Financial Post

Jonathan Chevreau for the Financial Post speaks to Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell about the fallout of interest rates rising another percentage point.

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September 13, 2017
Consumer Watchdog Issues Alert for Canadians as Interest Rates Rise—Tangerine

Kelly Keehn for Tangerine speaks to Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell, about how the two recent interest rate hikes will affect the average Canadian, especially for those who have a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) and/or student loan

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August 27, 2017
Canadians prioritize mortgage payments over other debts, say experts—CBC News

A low national delinquency rate on mortgages could be hiding other serious struggles says Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell in this article for CBC News where she discusses why homeowners will do anything to make their mortgage payments, including missing other debt payments, and how that ...

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July 13, 2017
Bank of Canada Hikes Rate—CBC News

Keith Emery, Director of Operations for Credit Canada speaks out about the impact of the interest rate hike, along with Senior Economist at ...

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July 12, 2017
Interest rates have finally increased: How that could affect your loans — CBC News

Solomon Israel for CBC speaks to Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell, in relation to how the key-interest rate could filter down to Canadians different financial products.

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July 12, 2017
What To Do When A Collection Agency Calls—Moolala

Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell speaks with Bruce Sellery, host of Moolala, Canadian business journalist, television news anchor, and ...

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July 11, 2017
Mortgage Hike Coming? – City TV News

When the Bank of Canada was on the brink of announcing a 0.25 percent interest rate increase—the first time Canada has seen an increase in seven ...

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July 11, 2017
Interest rates and HELOCS— CBC News

Jacqueline Hansen from CBC News discusses with Laurie Campbell, Credit Canada CEO how higher interest rates could hit home equity borrowers hard. ...

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June 29, 2017
'We used to be savers': Why Canadians ignore warnings about debt—CBC News

Solomon Israel for CBC speaks to Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell about the trouble with Canadian consumers borrowing more not less.

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June 26, 2017
As Canadians shun cash, retailers and charities try to adjust - Maclean's

Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell explains why she dreads the day Canadians abandon cash. In this article, she recalls how she was criticized by the banks two decades ago for saying debit card use would result in more people going into debt, because the users don’t see a running bank balance. ...

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May 26, 2017
Need Debt Help? What to Know About Credit Counsellors—Tangerine

As Canadian household debt continues to climb into the trillions and increasingly more consumers begin looking for debt help, Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell discusses how she has been warning consumers about fraudulent debt solution providers for years. Some for-profit agencies take ...

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May 12, 2017
High amount of Canadians struggling with debt - CTV News

Consumer Alert host, Pat Foran and Credit Canada CEO, Laurie Campbell discuss alarming survey results showing Canadians are struggling with debt. ...

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