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With 30 dairy cows--the typical Quebec farm has twice as many--Ferme Missiska's Caroline Pelletier and Paulin Bard produce milk that they turn into cheese. How have they managed to make a go of it?

Like the old saying goes, neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail keeps the dedicated supporters from coming out to the Ride for Heart, the largest charitable cycling event in Canada, every year.

Ahhh, gardening. For many, it's a celebration of spring. For others, it means cost savings, self-sufficiency, fresh vegetables, social gatherings, and physical and mental health. We all have our own reasons for gardening!

Adèle Manseau | Desjardins GroupIt's a common misconception that life insurance covers your "final costs"--but this isn't the case! By the time you retire, you should have already planned for those costs. You might, however, have other needs. Taking a...

You've probably heard the term "sandwich generation." It's actually a good metaphor for the kind of financial situation 30% of Canadians1 find themselves in, as they take care of aging parents while they're also helping their kids. And it can be really uncomfortable, to say the least!

The month of May means the end of another school year, but also the time to fill out student loan applications for the fall.

Everything is relative. On average, renters insurance is approximately $20 a month. Keep reading to find out if that's too expensive to be worth it to you.

You're getting ready to make the biggest purchase of your life and you've got a lot on your mind. There are so many questions--should you insure your mortgage? Is it really necessary? What's the best way to go?