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Steps to Survival - Step Two: Be a Miser! Hoard every Dollar! [Dr. Paul E Adams]

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Publisher: 
CanadaOne
Year of publication: 
2002

“This article looks at how to conserve your cash without taking on more debt.”

Facilitating the Development of Successful Entrepreneurs in Kahnawake: A Program That Is Working [Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, JAED]

Publisher: 
Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development (JAED)
Year of publication: 
2001

"The start-up and the first in a series of training programs designed to enable youth to start or expand businesses in discussed. The funding for the program was obtained by Kahanawake with an investment from the Department of Industry Canada designed to help youth develop their own businesses through debt financing. Thirteen people completed the course and six loan applications - supported by business plans - were submitted. Five of the loans were approved; and after one and a half years all five businesses are operating.

Dealing with Debt: A Consumer's Guide [Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada]

Publisher: 
Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

Many Canadians face a financial crisis at some time. Most debt problems are easy to solve. Others need professional assistance. The best way to deal with your financial problems is to admit to them and take control before they get out of hand. This booklet can help you decide whether you have a serious debt problem. It also gives some suggestions for solving your difficulties and avoiding them in the future. The information in this booklet is meant for individuals only and does not apply to corporations.

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