Toward Solving the Newfoundland & Labrador Debt Crisis:

From Profound Procrastination to Ambitious Aspiration


Larry Short, CPA Financial Literacy Representative, speaks to the public about the Newfoundland Debt - how we got here, what it looks like and what options we have for a successful future in this province.  Listen to the entire presentation below.

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Insurance Advisor, iA Private Wealth Insurance

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