Inspired by the “retirement investing advice” thread, I wonder if anyone has a good resourse (internet site, book, or whatever) that focuses on Canadian-specific investment issues.
Obviously most of the fundamentals will be the same, but there are also a lot of significant tax and other differences.
CCH Canadian has a lot of cool and groovy stuff, ranging from a handy-dandy pocket reference of the basics for investment advisors, to multi-volume tomes on tax and estate planning. http://www.cch.ca/
We only have a few banks here, and they all have quite a bit of good stuff floating about, but take care, for when it comes to either estate planning or protection from creditors, there may be advantages to life insurance products with designated beneficiaries, which the banks will never mention.