How Canada's Auto Loan Bubble Has Become A Ticking Time Bomb


Martin Connolly knew he wanted to be a design draft technologist and calculated that one day he’d be making more than enough money to pay off his student debt. But he needed a car to do that. And that led to another kind of debt: A car loan. That loan will now take him another seven…

How Canada’s auto loan bubble has become a ticking time bomb

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