Through our partnership with the Canadian Foundation of Economic Education, we are happy to share resources to help you with at-home learning opportunities with your kids. #IGAnsweringTheCall
Learn about funding that families can apply for if they have children who are not in school or child care because of coronavirus (COVID-19). Find out if you are eligible and how to apply.
Canada Life, IGM Financial and Power Corporation of Canada announce a $1 million joint contribution to support crisis relief efforts in our communities. The funding will support immediate needs of local and national foodbanks, which are struggling to cope with increased demand.
Important #COVID19 market volatility perspective from one of our asset managers, BlackRock : This is not 2008 Market moves have been compounded by oil prices plunging more than 20% as an OPEC pact to stabilize prices unraveled. The virus shock’s impact will likely be large and sharp, but we believe investors should be level headed, take a long term perspective...
As the coronavirus continues to spread, we are committed to keeping you up to date on its impact on the markets. Below, you’ll find insights into market developments as well as updates and advice to weather the storm.
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Whether you’re leaving a little or a lot, the key to protecting your loved ones is simple: just start. Estate planning isn’t only about country homes and yachts, it’s about the peace of mind you will feel knowing that you’ve planned for every eventuality and that your wishes will be respected.
Time in the market, not timing the market, is what builds wealth.
There’s an easier way to help you shape your philanthropic legacy. Continue your tradition of charitable giving and experience the benefits of a private foundation, without the upfront costs and administrative responsibilities.
Individuals can grant powers to others to manage their affairs in a number of different circumstances using various types of documents, often known as a power of attorney. Being appointed as a substitute decision-maker for someone’s financial affairs through a power of attorney is both an honour and an obligation.
When an estate or gift is left to a child, it can be subject to a family property claim if the child later separates or divorces. But, there are ways to protect the inheritance, ensuring your child remains the sole beneficiary.