Top 65 Money Influencers in Canada

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    At Hardbacon, we like to share content that helps you bring home the bacon. And a lot of this content is created by Canadian influencers, who also want to help you get richer. So we decided to compile a list of Canadian money influencers that are trending. Here it is!

    Kevin O’Leary

    Best known as one of the dragon’s on CBC’s Dragon’s Den, Kevin is also a co-founder of O’Leary Funds, Inc. and founder of O’Leary Financial Group. He is the author of three bestselling books and is one of the most sought-after media personalities in Canada. Kevin is a self-made millionaire, a journey that began when he sold one of his early companies for $3.7 billion. After the deal, he essentially fired his money managers, took his wealth and created his own mutual fund company. Since then, Kevin has built a reputation for being an aggressive investor with an unapologetic, no BS, take-no-prisoners persona.

    Total Social Media Following: 8.8 million

    Follow him on TikTok, X, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Kevin O’Leary

    Nicole Victoria

    A self-made millionnaire, No Budget Babe (Nicole Victoria) is a money coach and financial literacy advocate who specializes in helping 20 and 30 something women manage their money. Nicole firmly believes that personal finance is 80% mindset and behavior, and only 20% tactic. She offers training and gives advice on social media. Her TikTok account is especially popular.

    Total Social Media Following: 2 million

    Follow her on TikTok, X, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube

    Nathan Kennedy

    Nathan Kennedy is a personal finance content creator popular on TikTok and Instagram. He is also the host of New Money with Nathan Kennedy, a popular finance podcast available on most streaming platforms. Nathan has always been passionate about finance on a personal level. But in 2019, he realized there was a serious financial literacy crisis, especially among young adults. That inspired him to share his knowledge and passion with as many people as possible.

    Total Social Media Following: 1 million

    Follow him on TikTok, Instagram, X, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube

    Arlene Dickinson

    Arlene Dickinson is a Canadian businesswoman, investor, author, and television personality. She is the General Partner of District Ventures Capital and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Venture Communications Ltd. She also appeared on the CBC television show, Dragons’ Den, since 2007. Arlene is also a self-made millionaire. She entered the workforce after being a stay-at-home and worked her way up from a sales position with an ad agency, to becoming the CEO of one of Canada’s largest marketing agencies. Within a decade, she bought out the other partners and went on to create several successful companies, making her one of the most well-known entrepreneurs in Canada.

    Total Social Media Following: 968,879

    Follow her on X, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube, TikTok

    Berel Solomon

    Berel Solomon is an entrepreneur, mentor, speaker, and YouTuber. He is the founder and CEO of Wealthy Commercials, a media company that uses cutting-edge online video marketing for companies. He is also the owner of the Wealthy Executive Coaching Firm which helps business professionals enhance their careers and personal growth. Solomon worked for his father in their metal recycling family business. He helped grow the business using powerful online marketing tools from $7 Million in sales to $40 Million in 7 years. When he was 28 he decided to use the knowledge gained from his father’s business to open Wealthy Commercials. On his YouTube channel, Berel discusses how to start and run a business, various sales strategies, and more. 

    Total Social Media Following: 745,692

    Follow him on X, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube, Tiktok

    Jim Chuong

    Jim Chuong is an entrepreneur, stock investor, and multi-million dollar real estate investor. He made the majority of his wealth through real estate investing and achieved financial independence in his 40s. He has amassed almost 442,000 followers on TikTok where he shares his personal finance and investing experience in short, comical video clips. Jim is also the co-founder of the FAT Fire Club, a site dedicated to financial literacy and the financial independence, retire early (FIRE) movement to achieve financial freedom. Jim has been featured in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, CBC, The Financial Post, and more.

    Total Social Media Following: 661,275

    Follow him on TikTok, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, X, YouTube

    Lyn Allure

    Lyn Allure is well-know for her YouTube and TikTok content. She started her YouTube channel as a creative outlet while she was in school studying accounting. She rose to fame by publishing self-improvement, entrepreneurship, financial literacy and personal finance videos. She is also the Founder and CEO of Good Girls Gone Boss, which is a private community that focuses on providing resources to help develop female entrepreneurs. She was born in Canada but now lives in the U.S.

    Total Social Media Following: 491,000

    Follow him on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube

    Peter Adeney, aka Mr. Money Moustache

    Mr. Money Moustache is the website and pseudonym of blogger Peter Adeney. Adeney retired from his job as a software engineer in 2005 at age 30. He was able to retire early by spending only a small percentage of his annual salary and consistently investing the remainder, primarily in stock market index funds. The blog has been featured and cited in various media outlets including Market Watch, CBS News, and The New Yorker, as well as others.

    Total Social Media Following: 483,531

    Follow him on X, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn

    Ben Felix

    Benjamin Felix, who goes by Ben Felix, is an Asset Portfolio Manager at PWL Capital in Ottawa, Ontario. He is best known as the co-host of a podcast called Rational Reminder, as well as his YouTube channel called Common Sense Investing. The Rational Reminder podcast covers topics like investing, financial markets, and people’s investing behaviour to help you make more logical and less emotional financial decisions. His YouTube channel breaks down complicated investing topics with simple language and an evidence-based approach to help Canadians make better-investing decisions.

    Total Social Media Following: 372,900

    Follow him on X, LinkedIn, Youtube, TikTok

    Brandon Beavis

    Brandon Beavis is a YouTube personality who helps Canadians learn how to invest in the stock market the right way, with a focus on long-term growth. His company, Beavis Wealth, provides educational content that teaches beginners how to invest in the stock market and build investment portfolios from scratch. He is also behind Blossom, a social media for traders. Brandon worked as an associate for an investment firm owned by his family, Beavis Wealth Management. There, he gained in-depth knowledge on how to analyze and build portfolios and trade stocks. Now, he uses his education and extensive hands-on experience to create online investing and finance courses. 

    Total Social Media Following: 258,230

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    Daniel Pronk

    Daniel Pronk founded Calgary Pixels, a real estate media company based in Calgary, Alberta. He is also a YouTube entrepreneur, investor, and serial entrepreneur. In 2021, Daniel co-founded and is the current CEO of Stock Unlock; an investment education and analysis platform designed to help brand new investors start their journey on the right foot. On his YouTube channel, Daniel covers topics like investing, personal finance, entrepreneurship, and in-depth analysis of various companies.

    Total Social Media Following: 230,871

    Follow him on XFacebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube, TikTok

    Joyee Yang

    Joyee Yang is shares videos on TikTok to her almost 120,000 followers. Her Instagram account is also quite popular. She began investing when she was 19 years old. Born in the U.S., she now lives in Toronto. Her video about diversifying a portfolio quickly became one of her most popular uploads.

    Total Social Media Following: 211,609

    Follow her on XInstagram, Youtube, TikTok

    Michele Romanow

    Michele Romanow is a Canadian tech entrepreneur, television personality, board director and venture capitalist. She co-founded Clearbanc, a San Francisco-based provider of revenue-sharing solutions to fund new online businesses, and other e-businesses. Her success landed her on the list of 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada in 2015. Michele is best known as one of the dragons on the hit CBC television show Dragon’s Den after joining the cast in 2015.

    Total Social Media Following: 199,993

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    Adrian Bar

    Adrian Bar is the founder and CEO of the YouTube channel, Canadian in a T-Shirt. There, he breaks down personal finance fundamentals to help people save, invest, and grow their money. Each episode provides an in-depth look at specific topics relevant to Canadian millennials. On his channel, you’ll find videos about investing and why it’s important, taxes, cash back credit cards, budgeting, and so much more.

    Total Social Media Following: 198,779

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    Manjit Minhas

    Manjit Minhas is an entrepreneur, television personality, podcaster, and venture capitalist. She is the co-founder of Minhas Breweries & Distillery, which manufacturers beer brands such as Mountain Crest Classic Lager, Boxer Lager, Lazy Mutt Ale, Huber Bock, as well as various other spirits and wines. She specializes in marketing with a particular interest in branding and sales. Manjit has also been one of the dragons on the CBC television show Dragon’s Den. She was also the host of the Manjit Minhas Podcast, which interviews business owners, entrepreneurs and visionaries from across Canada. The show is available on both Apple Podcast and Spotify.

    Total Social Media Following: 187,894

    Follow her on XFacebook, Instagram, LinkedIn

    Adiba Ahmed

    Adiba is a serial entrepreneur, financial literacy activist, and award-winning finance professional. She used to work as an agent for World Financial Group, a multi-level marketing company for financial service entrepreneurs. Today, she owns her own company, Phoenix Consulting, where she continues to help Canadians build wealth with personalized strategies. On TikTok, her most popular social media account, Adiba posts videos with no-nonsense and straight-to-the-point personal finance tips. No topic is off-limits and she uses her extensive insider knowledge to give viewers actionable tips they can apply to their daily lives.

    Total Socia Media Following: 174,204

    Follow Her on TikTok, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube,

    Jenn, from Budgetliketheothers

    Known on Tiktok for her videos about budgeting, notably cash budgeting, Jenn also sells bracelets and other jewelry under Knot Like the Others. If you’re into friendship bracelets, take a look at her YouTube channel.

    Total social media following: 158,400

    Follow her on Tiktok or YouTube

    Preet Banerjee

    Preet is a Canadian finance expert and current host of the More Money Podcast. He has appeared as a financial panellist on major television shows like The Morning Show on Global, and CBC’s The National. Previously, he was the host of the television show Million Dollar Neighbourhood on the Oprah Winfrey Network. His rise to celebrity began after he won The Ultimate W Expert Challange, a reality TV series that aired on the W Network in Canada in 2009. Banerjee writes a personal finance column for The Globe and Mail and is also the author of the Canadian personal finance blog In 2019 he founded MoneyGaps, an online platform that helps financial advisors connect with more Canadians and offer more personalized advice.

    Total Social Media Following: 149,613

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    Cassandra Melo

    Cassandra is a registered nurse passionate about personal finance. On her TikTok, @moneywithcass, she has amassed almost 141,300 followers and millions of likes. Her TikTok videos are centred on unpacking various personal finance fundamentals and sharing her weird tips and tricks to spend less, save more, and invest. Cassandra’s TikTok videos make financial literacy entertaining and accessible to everyone. She even submitted an analysis of poverty among women and girls to the Canadian Journal of Critical Nursing Discourse.

    Total Social Media Following: 143,989

    Follow her on TikTok, YouTube, Instagram

    Cory Fowler

    Cory is a financial literacy advocate and TikTok influencer on known as @howtoadultschool. She was inspired to start her blog and personal finance website, How to Adult School, because she was frustrated with how our public schools fail to teach us real-world money management skills. On the website, she creates and sells courses that cover every personal finance topic from the basics like budgeting and money management, to the more advanced like investing and tax strategies. There is an accompanying podcast and free finance lessons released every week on YouTube. Her TikTok channel provides short funny videos that poke fun at the personal finance basics we were never taught in school, and practical tips to take control of your money.

    Total Social Media Following: 131,466

    Follow her on TikTok, YouTube, Instagram

    Griffin Milks

    Griffin Milks is a business graduate from the University of Ottawa, a real estate investor, YouTuber, and the founder of several online businesses. He specializes in online business systems, stock market investing, and real estate investing. He has successfully purchased multiple rental properties before the age of 23 and has hands-on experience creating high-performing stock market portfolios for himself and his clients. On his self-titled YouTube channel, Griffin teaches viewers how to invest in both the stock and real estate markets, and provides a free investing course for beginners.

    Total Social Media Following: 121,104

    Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, LinkedIn, X, TikTok

    Matt McKeever

    Matt McKeever is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), successful real estate investor, YouTuber, and entrepreneur. He was able to retire early at just 31 years old by investing in rental properties and growing his portfolio to over 120 units. He recently rebranded his popular YouTube channel to The Canadian Real Estate Channel, which was previously known as the Matt McKeever Channel. The current show focuses exclusively on teaching you how to invest in multi-unit income properties, increase revenue with strategic renovations, manage your tenants and portfolio, how to buy properties, and more. He recently launched a second YouTube channel called Matt McKeever UNFILTERED where he covers topics like cryptocurrency, politics, and culture.

    Total Social Media Following: 120,820

    Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, X, TikTok

    Ron Butler

    Ron Butler is a veteran mortgage broker with almost 30 years of experience and one of the most well-known names in the mortgage and real estate industry. He owns one of the leading mortgage brokerages in Canada, Butler Mortgages, serving clients in Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia. Popular on X, Ron has amassed over 62,000 followers with his keen insight, quick wit, and no BS commentary on the state of the Canadian housing market. Ron has contributed to personal finance and real estate sites like RateHub and BetterDwelling.

    Total social media followers: 109,300

    Follow him on: X, TikTok

    Rob Carrick

    Rob Carrick is a personal finance columnist for The Globe and Mail where he deconstructs the complicated world of finance for readers. He has described his column as “one regular guy’s attempt to make sense of the world of money.”  Rob writes a twice-weekly e-mail newsletter called Carrick on Money, hosted a video series called Let’s Talk Investing, and authored two books. He also has a podcast focused on retirement planning for all ages called Looking Ahead: Retirmentality.

    Total Social Media Following: 98,496

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    Bridget Casey

    Bridget Casey is the founder of Money After Graduation, a website that provides financial literacy content and resources to help Canadians save more, pay off debt, increase their incomes, and invest in the stock market. Casey holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Calgary. She is considered a millennial finance expert and appears regularly on media outlets like BNN and CBC. Bridget has been recognized as one of Alberta’s Top Young Innovators in 2016.

    Total Social Media Following: 95,267

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    Sam Lichtman

    Sam is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) with many years of experience in the banking and investing space. He has also worked for Conexus Credit Union and Investors Group. Now, he provides financial planning for working Canadians and investment services. Sam is a financial literacy advocate that has built a strong TikTok following. On his TikTok platform, Millennial Money Canada, Sam deconstructs complicated investing principles, explains Canadian investing tools and resources, and debunks outdated investing advice. He also hosts the podcast Millennial Money Canada where his guests teach listeners about all things personal finance with case studies and hypothetical situations.

    Total Social Media Following: 90,028

    Follow him on TikTok, LinkedIn, YouTube, X, Instagram

    Jonathan Chevreau

    CEO of the Financial Independance Hub, Jonathan Chevreau has a strong following on X. He is also an editor for MoneySense. He shares thoughts and news about investing and financial planning.

    Total Social Media Following: 68,676

    Follow him on X, LinkedIn

    Pattie Lovett-Reid

    Pattie is a renowned personal finance professional best known for her former role as Cheif Financial Commentator for CTV News. Previously, she served as the Senior Vice President of TD Bank for 31 years. She is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and national best selling author. Her financial advice focuses mainly on teaching Canadians how to save money to stretch their incomes further, and get more value for their dollar.

    Total Social Media Following: 68,546

    Follow her on: X, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube, TikTok

    Tom Drake

    Tom is a financial analyst, personal finance expert, blogger, YouTuber and podcaster. He is the founder of Canada’s personal finance blog called MapleMoney, which has an accompanying YouTube channel, and a podcast. Tom created the blog to help Canadians take control of their money and achieve financial independence. His blog covers topics like how to make more money, saving, investing, credit cards, and how to spend money wisely. His company, Drake Media, either owns or is partnered with other personal finance websites such as Financial Highway, Get Rich Slowly, and Retire Happy. Tom has been featured on major media outlets like The Globe and Mail, Canadian Business, and Global News, among others. 

    Total Social Media Following: 66,622

    Follow him on XFacebookLinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, TikTok

    Nick Bilodeau

    Nick Bilodeau is the executive director at Quantum, an author, and respected financial technology (fintech) influencer. In fact, Nick has one of the most followed accounts on X, tweeting about all things fintech and digital marketing. He has over 20 years of experience in marketing and has worked for heavyweights like American Express, ING Direct, Fidelity, and Northbridge Financial.

    Total Social Media Following: 64,351

    Follow him on X, LinkedIn

    Jessica Moorhouse

    Jessica Moorhouse is an accredited financial counsellor who has built her brand on financial education for millennials. She is also a speaker, award-winning blogger and host of the Mo’ Money Podcast. Jessica’s main passion is personal finance and living a balanced lifestyle. Ever since she discovered the transformative powers of financial literacy, her mission has been to teach others how to take control of their lives by taking control of their money. Jessica founded her own company, MooreMoney Media Inc, which provides financial education content and courses for Canadians.

    Total Social Media Following: 64,063

    Follow her on XFacebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube, TikTok

    Joseph James Francis

    Joseph James Francis is a professional financial advisor who founded his own company: Bold Solutions. He previously worked for Canada Life where he managed over 20 M in assets. He is also the founder of the popular blog Budget Boss. Joe believes that budgeting is the basis of financial independence. His blog covers topics like maintaining a positive cash flow, saving, investing for the future, protecting your livelihood, and leaving a legacy for your loved ones.

    Total Social Media Following: 58,440

    Follow him on Facebook, X, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok

    Ellyce Fulmore

    Ellyce is well-know for talking about finance in a “shame-free, trauma aware money talk”. Her take on finance is that it is a deeply personal and intersectional topic. She acknowledges that money is directly impacted by things like privilege, race, gender, sexuality, mental health, etc. Maybe that explains why her book Keeping Finance Personal is popular.

    Total Social Media Following: 52,809

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    Martin Pelletier

    Martin is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Market Strategist, and award-winning portfolio manager. Martin also writes a weekly investment column for the Financial Post, which he has done for the last 12 years. Active on X, he has grown his audience to over 45,000 thousand followers and was named one of Canada’s top 40 social influencers in finance.

    Total Social Media Following: 49,727

    Follow him on X, LinkedIn

    Elijah Kirchmaier

    Elijah is a licensed and certified wealth management and financial planning professional. He is the co-founder of Up Financial where he provides financial planning services to clients. He is best known as @elithemoneyguy on his TikTok channel. There, he uploads short videos that deconstruct complicated topics like investing, wealth management, business structure and finance basics, and much more. He also takes the time debunk bad avice and misconceptions.

    Total Social Media Following: 44,485

    Follow him on: TikTok, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook

    Mark Taylor

    Mark Taylor founded his own company, Make Your Mark Today, which uses cutting-edge SEO and CRO tech to build high-performing websites. On his social media channels, he creates content about personal finance. Mark covers tips on investing, saving, and how to earn more along with reviews of financial products and services, and his own money diary. He explores the path to financial independence and compares, analyses and reviews all things money and personal finance.

    Total social media followers: 42,258

    Follow him on: LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok, Instagram,

    Charlee Wayne

    Charlee Wayne is a YouTube personality who helps Canadians on their own journey to financial freedom. He is not a finance professional or expert, just a guy who knew he needed to get his financial house in order. His YouTube channel was inspired by the frustration he felt with his own lack of financial literacy as a result of growing up poor without being taught sound financial habits. He saw a serious need for better financial education in Canada. His YouTube channel teaches personal finance fundamentals and covers topics like credit, saving, investing, taxes, crypto, and more.

    Total Social Media Following: 36,975

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    Ben Rabidoux

    Ben is a market analyst specializing in the Canadian housing market and household credit. Currently, he is the president of North Cove Advisors, a firm that conducts research on housing and credit trends to uncover and assess risk for institutional and high net worth investors. He also co-founded the company Edge Realty Analytics Ltd., which provides real estate investors and professionals with reports that identify national housing market trends. The two companies work together to provide clients with in-depth market research and analysis. Ben has been featured by major media outlets such as The Globe and Mail, The Wall Street Journal, Mclean’s, Bloomberg, and many others. 

    Total social media followers: 36,615

    Follow him on: X, LinkedIn 

    Justin Oliver

    Justin Oliver is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) with extensive education and experience in finance and economics. He has over 20 years of experience in areas such as corporate finance and capital markets. Currently, Justin is a Partner at Oak Hill Financial. Among his long list of accomplishments, he is also one of the architects behind BMO’s award-winning Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).

    Total Social Media Following: 30,399

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    Robb Engen

    Robb is the co-founder and head writer behind the hit personal finance blog Boomer & Echo. Since 2010, Robb has been sharing his journey to financial independence and lessons learned along the way. The blog focuses on topics like saving, investing, and retirement planning. Robb is a certified Qualified Associate Financial Planner and offers fee-only financial advice. That means he does not get paid a commission to offer specific products or services. Instead, he takes a holistic look at your overall financial profile and investments portfolio(s) to offer advice on how to reach your goals faster, and how to save on fees in the process. Robb has appeared on major media outlets like Yahoo Finance, The Globe and Mail, Financial Post, CBC, and more.

    Total Social Media Following: 28,370

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    Jordan Dawes

    Jordan is a Certified Financial Planner with over 15 years of experience in banking and investing. He currently works as a Relationship Manager with The Watkins Group at CIBC Wood Gundy, helping clients plan for the future and achieve financial security. Previously, he has worked in wealth management for Scotiabank and Coast Capital Savings. Jordan is a financial literacy advocate best known for his TikTok channel, @wealthtokcanada, where he posts short videos that demystify investing for Canadians, provide tax tips, and other personal finance hacks. 

    Total social media followers: 27,888

    Follow him on: TikTok, LinkedIn 

    Andrew Hallam

    Andrew Hallam is an educator, speaker, and international best-selling author. He is best known for his books Millionaire Teacher and Global Expatriate Guide to Investing. Currently, Andrew is a finance journalist and regularly writes for major media outlets like The Globe and Mail, AssetBuilder, and Swissquote Europe. On his personal blog, he describes how he was able to achieve financial independence and become a millionnaire while living on a teacher’s salary of just $28,000.

    Total Social Media Following: 27,715

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    Melissa Leong

    Melissa Leong is the resident money expert on Canada’s leading daytime talk show, The Social on CTV. She also sometimes appears as a guest on The Drew Barrymore Show on CBS. She is also the author of a book, Happy Go Money, a starter guide combining happiness psychology and personal finance. On top of her TV work, she regularly delivers keynotes about money, hosts galas, award ceremonies, conferences and other events.

    Total Social Media Following: 26,520

    Follow her on X, LinkedIn, Instagram

    Ed Rempel

    Ed Rempel is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and tax professional. He has built one of the largest financial planning practices in Canada and is also the founder and author of the popular personal finance blog Ed Rempel: Unconventional Wisdom. Ed uses his extensive knowledge and professional experience to cut through the noise and calls BS on all the bad advice that plagues the mainstream finance space. He uses real data to bust myths and give you unconventional, actionable advice that actually works. He is considered an expert on the Smith Maneuver, a tax-advantaged method to leverage your home equity for investing, and other clever strategies to achieve financial independence no matter your financial profile or stage of life. Ed has been featured in major media outlets like Yahoo Finance, The Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star, and many more. 

    Total Social Media Following: 25,547

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    Dan Kent

    Dan Kent is the co-founder and president of, a website dedicated to helping Canadians understand the stock market, take control of their own investing journey, and retire early. He’s been investing since he was 18 years old and passed the Canadian Securities Course. He regularly writes for the blog on the StockTrades website to provide up-to-date investment-related news, stock analysis, and reviews. He hosts the Stock Trades YouTube channel where he provides in-depth stock market research and investment strategies based on his personal and professional experience.

    Total Social Media Following: 24,403

    Follow him on XFacebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok

    Kerry K. Taylor

    Kerry Taylor is a finance journalist, blogger, speaker, and best-selling author. She is the owner and writer behind Squawkfox, one of the world’s best personal finance blogs. There, she teaches readers how to reach financial independence by investing wisely, reducing their debt, increasing their savings and earning more. Her award-winning blog delivers actionable, evidence-based advice delivered with humour and realism. She has been a contributor to the CBC show On The Money and has held a podcast called The Cash and Kerry Podcast, available on most streaming platforms.

    Total Social Media Following: 23,833

    Follow her on XFacebookInstagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, TikTok

    Mike Gap

    Mike grew up in a poor family in a low-income part of Toronto. Frustrated that other kids and other families had the money to buy what they wanted, he became determined to accumulate wealth for himself. Over the years Mike has become a self-taught expert at creating online businesses and passive income streams. He also learned how to leverage credit to scale his businesses. His TikTok channel, @mikegapofficial, teaches viewers the secrets, tips, tricks, and hacks to create a successful online business and generate passive income. He also teaches you how to use credit and credit cards the right way. His YouTube channel focuses more on crypto and the NFT space.

    Total Social Media Following: 19,955

    Follow him on: TikTok, YouTube, X, Facebook

    Ellen Roseman

    Ellen Roseman is a Canadian writer, finance journalist, lecturer, and consumer rights activist. For 22 years, she wrote a column handling consumer complaints for the Toronto Star, and was a freelance personal finance columnist for Currently, Ellen is an instructor at the University of Toronto where she teaches personal finance and investing courses for beginners. Roseman is best known as the co-host of the popular Canadian MoneySaver Podcast,  and author of the book Fight Back: 81 Ways to Help You Save Money and Protect Yourself from Corporate Trickery. 

    Total Social Media Following: 19,951

    Follow her on XFacebookLinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok

    Eduek Brooks

    Brooks started off with $47,000 of debt. Over five years, she increased her net worth by 300% and left a high-paying engineering job. She is known for making complex finance topics easy to digest with actionable steps that can be implemented immediately. She was even invited by the Minister of Finance, Chrystia Freeland, to the Budget 2023 reading to help break down the details of the budget!

    Total Social Media Following: 18,648

    Follow her on Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIn, X

    Bob Dhillon

    Bob Dhillon is the Founder, President and CEO of Mainstreet Equity Corp, a real estate company that owns and manages apartment buildings across western Canada. In 2019, it was the top-performing real estate company on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and generated a staggering 1,270% total return on investment between 2003 and 2014. The Main Street Equity website hosts a blog that covers topics such as tips for tenants, personal interest stories, and insight on rental properties for investors. Bob is also the owner of National Payments, a credit card processing company for small businesses. He also currently sits on the board of directors for the Canadian Housing and Mortgage Corporation (CMHC), a crown corporation responsible for making safe and affordable housing accessible to Canadians.

    Total Social Media Following: 18,173

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    Barry Choi

    Barry Choi is a Toronto-based personal finance expert behind the popular blog MoneyWeHave, which is one of Canada’s most trusted money and travel blogs. He is not a finance professional, instead, he shares in-depth finance content and insight based on his own personal experience. His blog has become so successful that he is widely regarded as a self-taught money expert among industry professionals. Barry’s rise to fame led him to become a professional brand ambassador and he has worked with major companies like Tangerine bank, American Express, Expedia, and many more. He has also written for major media publications like The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and Financial Post, to name a few. He has also appeared on television shows like CBC, BNN Bloomberg, CTV News, and many many more. 

    Total Social Media Following: 17,792

    Follow him on XFacebook, Instagram, LinkedIn

    Robin Haney

    Robin Haney is a professional web developer turned personal finance content creator. Best known for his self-named personal finance YouTube channel, he focuses primarily on dividend investing and building passive income streams. Previously, Robin taught people how to generate income by making and selling online courses. On his YouTube channel, Robin chronicles his own dividend investing journey as a case study, and provides monthly updates on his stock portfolio. His most popular video is $0 – $100,000 With Wealthsimple Trade Completely From Scratch. 

    Total Social Media Following: 17,185

    Follow him on Youtube, TikTok

    Christine Duhaime

    Duhaime specializes in financial crime at Fusion Intelligence and is a certified anti-money laundering specialist. Before, she was an Adjunct Professor of Law and also a moot coach for international arbitration law. She instructed students on legal drafting and written advocacy for complex international proceedings. She is a member of a research project that seeks to improve suspicious transactional reporting using AI with a consortium of global banks and several federal law enforcement agencies.

    Total Social Media Following: 15,981

    Follow her on X

    Hilliard Macbeth

    Hilliard Macbeth is a portfolio manager with Richardson Wealth, where he works with high net worth individuals through a method he calls the “pathway to balance.” This strategy focuses on learning from market cycles of bubbles and bursts to find hidden gem investments in unpopular sectors. He is also the author of When the Bubble Bursts: Surviving the Canadian Real Estate Crash, as well as the book Investment Traps and How to Avoid Them which predicted the dot-com crash. On the Richardson Wealth website, you’ll find Hillard’s own blog called Hilliard’s Weekend Notebook, which covers topics affecting Canadian investors such as the Canadian housing market, inflation, the federal budget, and much more. 

    Total Social Media Following: 15,577

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    Chris Liew

    Is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Motley Fool staff writer turned personal finance blogger. On his site, Wealth Awesome, Chris uses his in-depth knowledge and professional experience as a financial advisor, energy trader, and investment wholesaler to help readers achieve financial independence. After a decade in the finance space, Chris was inspired to start the blog because he saw a major lack of financial literacy among Canadians. On the blog, he covers topics like investing, money management, retirement planning, and reviews then breaks them down into smaller, easy-to-understand pieces. Wealth Awesome is a well-known and popular blog in the FIRE community, and Chris has been featured on Yahoo Finance, The Globe and Mail, The Motley Fool, Wealthsimple, and more. 

    Total Social Media Following: 15,290

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    Bruce Sellery

    Bruce Sellery is one of the best-known personal finance experts in Canada with a long career as a television host, journalist, author and speaker. Not only has he appeared on major television shows like CNN, CBC, CityTV, MSNBC, he’s authored the best-selling books Moolala: Why smart people do dumb things with their money (and what you can do about it) and The Moolala Guide to Rocking Your RRSP. He also founded a financial education website called Moolala. Bruce currently works as the CEO of the non-profit credit counselling organization called Credit Canada, a money expert for CBC, and the host of the Moolala podcast. He was written for various other publications such as Yahoo Finance, MoneySense, and CBC and worked as an anchor for BNN Bloomberg. 

    Total Social Media Following: 12,993

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    Dale Roberts

    Dale Roberts is a blogger at Cut the Crap Investing. Fed up with bad advice and the high management fees Canadians pay, Dale gave up a successful advertising career to make low fee index investing more accessible to more people. He joined Tangerine bank as an advisor, then started his blog. He also writes a weekly column for MoneySense, covers their Canadian Couch Potato Series, and writes for the Tangerine bank blog as well.

    Total Social Media Following: 12,613

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    Phil Siarri

    Phil Siarri is the founder and Editor in Chief of Nuadox, one of Canada’s best financial technology blogs. He was also the Content Strategist and a frequent blog contributor for Wealthica, a financial technology app that keeps track of all your investments in one place. Phil is an accomplished business communications and marketing professional who specializes in the tech industry. He is a well-known and respected commentator on the global financial technology sector, and was listed as a top fintech influencer in 2017, to name just a few of his notable accomplishments. 

    Total Social Media Following: 12,006

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    Shihab El Dessouki

    Know for his Youtube channel Shihab Personal Finance, this tax analyst at Intuit publishes fresh content every month. He’s your reference to educate yourself about taxes in Canada!

    Total Social Media Following: 11,816

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    Mark Seed

    Mark Seed is the blogger behind the blog MyOwnAdvisor, which is a popular and well-known blog among those in the FIRE movement (Financial Independence, Retire Early). He was inspired to start his own journey to financial independence after reading David Chilton’s book The Wealthy Barber. Mark took over his own investments with a goal to build a portfolio that pays him $30,000 in dividend income per year. The blog discusses effective investment strategies that helped him achieve that goal and provides tools, resources, and other educational material to help anyone take control of their money and start their own investing journey. 

    Total Social Media Following: 11,573

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    Sean Cooper

    Sean Cooper is a mortgage broker, money coach, and bestselling best known for his book Burn Your Mortgage. At the age of 27, he bought his first house in Toronto and then paid the mortgage off within 3 years. The success of his book has made him a sought-after mortgage expert. He is now a popular finance journalist and speaker who covers all kinds of personal finance and debt-related topics. He has written for major publications like The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star, and has made regular appearances on the CBC shows On The Money and The Exchange. Sean has also turned Burn Your Mortgage into a popular blog and podcast.

    Total Social Media Following: 11,405

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    Kevin Carmichael

    Kevin is recognized as one of Canada’s best finance journalists, covering topics such as economics, business, monetary policy, and more. Currently, he serves as a columnist for The Logic. Before that, he was the editor in chief for the Financial Post, a national business columnist for the National Post and an economics correspondent for The Globe and Mail. Well-informed and well-connected, Kevin keeps his readers and X followers up to date on the latest developments in Canadian business, finance, and the economy. 

    Total social media followers: 9,883

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    Bryan Borzykowski

    Bryan Borzykowski is a renowned finance and business journalist as well as an entrepreneur. He regularly writes for major media publications covering topics such as business, personal finance, and investing. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Maclean’s, and many more. He is also an on-air contributor for Sirius XM Radio, and recently retired from his on-air post at CTV News

    Total Social Media Following: 7,540

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    Romana King

    Romana King is a mortgage expert, personal finance writer and editor at Wise Publishing, and the former Senior Editor of the popular site MoneySense. She is also the founder and author of RK Homeowner, a blog and website dedicated to making financial literacy accessible to everyone, with a focus on removing shame from financial mistakes to re-frame them as teachable moments. Her personal blog covers all the personal finance fundamentals plus topics relevant to all Canadians, such as financial literacy for kids, how to save money on groceries, homeownership mistakes to avoid, tax-saving tips, and so much more. Romana wrote a book called House Poor No More, and is an award-winning columnist. Her work has appeared in major media outlets such as The Globe and Mail, Financial Times, Financial Post, and many more.

    Total Social Media Following: 5,668

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    Alan Whitton

    Alan Whitton is the founder and author of The Canadian Personal Finance Blog which features personal finance essays, stories, case studies and how-to articles specifically for Canadians. He carved out a niche specializing in the financial aspect of raising children with disabilities, Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs), Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs), and various other Canadian finance topics. His work has been featured in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and MoneySense. He has also appeared on popular personal finance podcasts such as Burn Your Mortgage with Sean Cooper, The Mostly Money Podcast with Preet Banerjee, and the Debt Free in 30 Podcast with Doug Hoyes. 

    Total Social Media Following: 4,879

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    Heidi Unrau is a senior finance journalist at Hardbacon. She studied Economics at the University of Winnipeg, where she fell in love with all-things-finance. At 25, she kicked-off her financial career in retail banking as a teller. She quickly progressed to become a Credit Analyst and then Private Lender. This hands-on industry experience uniquely positions her to provide expert insight on loans, credit scores, credit cards, debt, and banking services. She has been featured in publications such as WealthRocket, Scary Mommy, Credello, and Plooto. When she's not chasing after her two little boys, you'll find her hiding in the car listening to the Freakonomics podcast, or binge-watching financial crime documentaries with a bowl of ice cream. Fun Fact: Heidi has lived in five different provinces across Canada and her blood type is coffee.