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  • With Canada’s 2017 federal budget looming, we consider what tax measures our government might have in store for us. We look at: tax-related recommendations made in the House of Commons Report of the Standing Committee on Finance on 2017...

  • Once again our team was nominated for the Wealth Management Excellence Award for the South-Western Ontario Region.  We were chosen based on our committement to providing financial planning, insurance and estate planning along side investment...

  • Paying Taxes is a unique study from PwC and the World Bank Group. Now in its 11th edition, the study compares tax regimes across 190 economies around the world, ranking them according to the relative ease of paying taxes. New this year — A 4th sub-...

  • When taken as a whole, whether we look at Mr. Trump’s fiscal, immigration, or trade policies, inflation is expected to go up eventually and the importance of the rise will be a function of the magnitude of the plans. As for GDP growth and...

  • Once again we are proud to be involved with the Golfers Care Annual Celebration.  This party is a special collaboration which will bring together London area golfers including members from 7 of the area's premier golf courses. Our goal this...

  • Our industry is about to greatly increase the amount of information it provides to clients.  Over the last year you have heard us tell you about the changes coming to fee reporting and the transparency Canadians will finally have.  What...

  • Martin Lefebvre, COI and Strategist As we approach November 8, there’s an increasing focus on the aftermath of the results and what it will mean for equities and the U.S. economic situation. As we stand now, Hillary Clinton seemed poised to win the...

  • Nash Cup was again another success for tourism and for squash development in Ontario.  Athletes came from Japan, Peru, Qatar and Australia.  This year saw our first Canadian Woman winning and a repeat from England for the Men's Divsion....

  • Martin Lefebvre, CIO and Strategist As investors are not expecting any economic downturn in the U.S., they are betting that stocks will over-perform their fixed-income counterparts, and for good reason --- the statistics are on their side. Since...

  • As widely expected, the Federal Reserve left monetary policy unchanged. The Fed was encouraged by continued strengthening of the labour market and a pick-up in economic activity after a difficult first half. However, inflation remains low and...

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