34% of Canadians worry about paying bills: Statistics Canada Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp source Comments comments RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Coronavirus: McLaren weighs sale of stake in Components One workforce | Enterprise Information Coronavirus: Workers at rooster manufacturing unit supplying M&S self-isolate after COVID-19 outbreak | UK Information $50bn tie-up between PSA and Fiat Chrysler faces in-depth EU probe | Enterprise Information 34 COMMENTS The CBC is the ministry of truth. George Orwell would be proud. Reply 34 per cent worry and 66 per cent intend not to pay any bills Reply More lies from Justin and the CBC. Reply More like 84% more CBC lies Reply More like 80% fear paying their bills, 90% of people fear losing their jobs. 95% in fear of their health. Reply Justin's not worried. He gave himself a raise and living high off the hog. Reply Was this unknown? You know this inherently just from being human. I don't understand how this is a news report. "And here's an interesting statistic…" Is this the CBC or CNN? Reply lol, "the youth" were quick to buy 1000$ phones, lease cars, buy 300$ shoes, "brag differently", going out to clubs and drinking expensive drinks with "funny, all accepting" people and the list goes on and on…And now they're broke? Why are people surprised? Wealth is what you save not what you spend! People don't have money now because they spent the money when they had it. That's all. ps. im a 23 yrld immigrant white guy, from a poor family, who's now doing perfectly fine financially. haha, and no you won't find me in malls and restaurants! That's for "the rich" lol. i c u grrrrrr ahah. Reply While the 1% of Canada laughs and laughs Reply Universal Basic Income. More money to the people. Less money on administration. Too many patchwork programs. CBC needs to ask about this!!!!!! Reply CBC lying about statistics again. Whats next? Unemployment is at 6%? Reply We worry about how long your Chinese puppet is going to destroy his own country so he can virtue signal and get his seat at the UN . Reply I'm thinking that at any point in time that statistic is true. Reply its all part of the plan !! Reply all hydro should be free across Canada till this is over Reply So, we're now learning that the government can print large amounts money at will. Good to know!!! In the future there should be no more excuses for ignoring the needs of ALL vulnerable Canadians. Reply Bogus numbers. We are all worried. Reply 34% seems reallly low… Reply More like 99%. The 1% that arent are the rich like Trudeau Reply What are they talking about? Reply Bankruptcy here we come lol Reply Print more money lol Reply Socialist party lol if you voted liberal or ndp you can't complain now lol Reply Asking for help from the government is the last thing you want to do. Reply Agenda21 (**UN**). If you dont know about it. Your gonna find out soon Reply Anybody else remember the 6 huge cities China built, but hasn't filled with people yet?…. Reply A lot more than 34%! Reply Guaranteed income will make it better for low income Canadians. – It's better sooner than later. Reply Between January 1st and april 1st.. 2.3 million people died of hunger. We didn't trash our economy to help those who died. Reply For working families, taxes are too high. Consumption taxes on after-tax income. Almost impossible to save up for rainy days. It is pouring now! Canada must change the tax system to shift the burden to high worth Canadians. Those who have too much should support social programs such as healthcare. I mean people with multiple mansions, fancy yachts and million dollar artworks. Reply Everyone is concerned. 1/3 are probably simply literally falling financially right now. Reply "Stay home save lives" the most loaded statement ever. If you're terrified to live your life then stay at home and lock yourself in the bathroom or hide under the covers. The rest of us can try to save what's left of this economy Reply Just stay at home and save a life. Reply Secure Your Investments!!!!!!!!!! Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.