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Canadian Credit Card Offers

One of the best skills I’ve learned during my journey out of debt (and into a life of financial stability) is the ability to use credit cards responsibly. I no longer carry a balance on my credit cards – instead I use them as a way to earn rewards on my everyday spending.

After years of searching for the right credit card, my current card of choice is the Capital One Aspire Travel Mastercard. I really like it because it allows me to earn points fast, which I use towards travel.

However, using a credit card to earn rewards only works if you pay off your balance every month, and if you have chosen the right credit card for your wants and needs.

Here is a list of the best Canadian credit cards on the market right now:


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