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  • May 16

    Vancouver: Housing concerns cross generations
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    Vancouver: Housing concerns cross generations

    In Vancouver one issue has dominated personal finance for several years and that issue is housing. This conversation deals with the housing issues many people in Vancouver are facing, including the difficulty clients face if they want to sell their home, but want to remain in the area, rising property taxes and passing gains on to the next generation. But there are also other issues that clients are concerned with, which include an expected increase in tourism, especially if the dollar remains weak. Another important issue for some clients is the ability to invest in Clean Technology, which can pose some problems when trying to reduce overall risk in a client’s portfolio.

  • May 16

    Winnipeg and Saskatchewan: The loonie and U.S. protectionism weigh on Central Canada
    13:15

    Winnipeg and Saskatchewan: The loonie and U.S. protectionism weigh on Central Canada

    We caught up with an advisor in Winnipeg that has found her clients increasingly concerned with the volatility in the Canadian dollar, equity markets trading near all-time highs and low bond yields, with many of the conversations she’s having with clients involving President Trump. Then we move one province over to Saskatchewan. The advisor we spoke with in Regina was also finding her clients were concerned with the Canadian dollar, but more pressing were commodity prices falling. This was having a direct impact on wages, while expenses continue to rise.

  • May 16

    Yellowknife and Whitehorse: The hurdles of northern living and aboriginal issues
    6:54

    Yellowknife and Whitehorse: The hurdles of northern living and aboriginal issues

    In this segment, we have an update on the northern territories, with an advisor that has over 30 years of experience in Yellowknife and Whitehorse. Some of the issues that clients are dealing with include cross-border issues that can impact residency — and the tax breaks that go along with residing in the territories, access to legal representation and health-care issues. He also has several aboriginal clients and deals with several aboriginal business owners.

  • May 1

    Toronto: Sandwich generation juggles parents and kids
    5:45

    Toronto: Sandwich generation juggles parents and kids

    BNN Advisor travels across the country to speak with advisors and find out the most important regional issues facing their clients. It's a two-part series, with part one focusing on the eastern part of the country and part two focusing on the West. In the final segment we stop in Toronto, where as in many other cities, clients want to discuss rising home values. We also discuss how many clients are part of the "sandwich generation," taking care of their parents and their children at the same time.