Daybreak Montreal | Dec 4, 2012 | 9:14

Growing consumer debt

Montrealers are in debt like never before. On average, not including mortgages, Canadian consumers owe more than twenty-six thousand dollars each. And that number is growing. Daybreak's Mike Finnerty speaks to Tahnya Kristina. She got herself out of major debt and blogged about it. We also hear from a debt councillor.

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