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The Definitive Guide to Canadian Personal Finance Blogs

Looking for something to read? The definitive guide to Canadian personal finance blogs has something for everyone. Investing? Check. Financial planning? Check. Money-saving tips? Check.
Planning for retirement? Check. There's something here for everyone, and the list is growing daily.

Avrex Money

I’m just a regular 9-5 working guy, trying to earn and save enough money, to attain my goal of financial independence.

Blessed by the Potato

a mostly personal finance blog that features long posts and even longer gaps between posting days. Sometimes silly, sometimes serious, and with an evolving focus on process.

Blog - Money Coaches Canada

Money Coaches Canada (MCC) is a national network of fee-only professionals—skilled financial experts with a range of professional training and accreditations. Although each brings a unique style and specialty, MCC coaches all believe in using an accessible, collaborative, plain language approach for helping clients reach their goals.

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When I get off my lazy ass, I’ll update this page with actual, useful information. In the meantime, you can watch my TEDx Talk about why we need to start hating debt again.

CanadianCorner - Data, Insights And Information To Help You Optimize Your Life

I started this blog as an outlet to discuss topics related to personal finance and other issues that are relevant to Canadians.

My motivations are to a) provide insightful posts that provide other Canadians with valuable information and b) expand my knowledge in a number of different areas.

Canadian Couch Potato

Welcome to Canadian Couch Potato. This blog is designed for Canadians who want to learn more about investing using index mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). In 2011, it was selected by The Globe and Mail as the best investing

Canadian Dream: Free at 45

A blog about early retirement

Canadian Finance Blog - The Canadian Source For Personal Finance

A Canadian personal finance blog with tips for saving, investing and tax optimization. Topics include RRSPs, RESPs, TFSAs, insurance and index funds.

Canadian Mortgage, Insurance & Financial Blog | First Foundation

Blog for Canadian mortgage, insurance and financial information written by First Foundation, a Western Canadian insurance and mortgage brokerage.

Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Personal Finances essays, stories, case studies and how to articles with a distinctly Canadian Point of View, from the Clown Prince of Personal Finances. Paying it forward as best I can

Chris Umiastowski's Blog

I believe that you make money as an investor by figuring out what the “market” believes (as an average) and then deciding when the market is making a huge mistake in its long term thinking. This means being willing to swallow big volatility and periods of being wrong on some battles, to still come out as a winner in the war

Drop that Debt

My journey to debt-free and beyond. (by Drop that Debt)

Eureka - Blog

To provide unbiased, accurate, and suitable financial guidance to the people of Saskatchewan.

Financial Freedom - Boomer & Echo

Canadian personal finance bloggers discussing savings, investing, debt management, mortgages, and everything else related to money and finance. All from a unique perspective of two different generations.

Financial Uproar

Mid 20s guy blogging about money and business, with some bad jokes thrown in for my entertainment only.

Give Me Back My Five Bucks a quest for financial independence

I try to keep all of my posts somehow related to my finances in every day life. Among other things, I am interested in budgeting, investing, saving, real estate, being frugal, and smart shopping. I will also dabble in the subjects of fitness and personal well-being, as well as fashion and anything else that I think is interesting.

Michael James on Money

A blog about personal finance, investing, and money.

Million Dollar Journey

Building wealth through saving and investing

Money After Graduation

educated & in debt


The hitchhiker's guide to value investing

My Own Advisor

Saving my way out of mortgage debt and investing towards a 7-figure portfolio to achieve financial freedom.

My University Money - Education Costs Money, but Ignorance Costs More

Education costs money; ignorance costs more

Retire Happy - Make Retirement the Best Years of Your Life

Retire Happy will help you learn all you need to know about retirement issues such as RRSP, CPP, OAS, TFSA, RRIF, tax rates and tax optimization.


An insurance actuary blogs about personal finance and risk

Spring (the blog)

Personal finance advice for regular people with competing priorities who want to know if they're doing things right.