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So you’ve explored The City. Now you know that credit cards should be used wisely. There are hundreds of cards out there and choosing the right one can be tough. If you’ve made the decision to get a credit card, this tool will help you narrow down your options, compare cards, and find the one that suits your needs. Just answer four questions, and the tool will give you a list of credit cards that match your preferences.
You should know that you must have reached the age of majority in your province (18 or 19) to apply for a credit card on your own (without an adult co-signer).
We try hard to keep our lists of credit cards up-to-date and complete. However, specific issuers, credit card products or “special offers” may not be included here.
The rates and features included in this database could change without notice. For more information about the products and offers of a specific credit card issuer, contact the card issuer directly.
The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is an independent government agency working to protect and inform consumers of financial services. We don’t endorse any specific product or financial institution.