More than Half (55%) of Canadians Surveyed Say Their Incomes Aren’t Keeping Up With Inflation
12 oct. 2022 06h00 HE | TransUnion
Q3 2022 TransUnion Canada Consumer Pulse study key findings:   54% reported reducing discretionary spending over the last three months.  61% said their household income remained unchanged over the...
Fraser Institute News Release: Health-care costs for typical Canadian family will reach almost $16,000 this year
09 août 2022 05h00 HE | Fraser Institute
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A typical Canadian family of four will pay an estimated $15,847 for public health-care insurance this year, finds a new study released...
Optimism Remains High Even as Inflation Concerns Grow and Vaccines Play Role in “Great Resignation”
17 nov. 2021 08h00 HE | TransUnion
CHICAGO, Nov. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Even as inflation concerns rise and vaccines impact some jobs, nearly two in three consumers, particularly those from the youngest generations, are...
Canadians Demonstrate Financial Resiliency, but Remain Cautious about Credit and Spending, Focusing on Paying Down Debt
28 sept. 2021 06h00 HE | TransUnion
TORONTO, Sept. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TransUnion’s most recent Consumer Pulse study* shows that Canadian consumers continue to demonstrate resiliency and remain positive about their financial...
Household Incomes Continue to Recover from the Pandemic, Though Recent Rise in COVID-19 Cases Impacting Consumer Sentiment
25 août 2021 08h00 HE | TransUnion
CHICAGO, Aug. 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The percentage of consumers who reported their household income is negatively impacted by COVID-19 continued to decline, reaching 30% at the beginning of...
Positive Signs Abound Even as Many Household Incomes Still Negatively Impacted by COVID-19
16 mars 2021 08h00 HE | TransUnion
CHICAGO, March 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- U.S. consumers continue to be negatively impacted one year since the onset of COVID-19, though positive signs were observed in TransUnion’s (NYSE: TRU)...
Fraser Institute News Release: Average Canadian family spent 42.6% of annual income on taxes—more than housing, food and clothing combined
01 sept. 2020 05h00 HE | Fraser Institute
TORONTO, Sept. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The average Canadian family spent more than 42 per cent of its income on taxes in 2019—more than housing, food and clothing costs combined, finds a new...