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Questions for The Bottom Line Panel


Many of you know that I’m a member of The Bottom Line Panel on CBC’s The National with Peter Mansbridge. We regularly discuss economic and personal finance issues that are making the news or that Canadians are talking about. I’m quite humbled to be part of the panel, which also includes CBC’s Senior Business Correspondent Amanda Lang, former Chief Economist of RBC Global Asset Management Patricia Croft, and Canadian Auto Workers Union economist Jim Stanford.

CBC Wants Your Questions For The Panel

If you have some questions that you would like us to answer or discuss on an upcoming show, CBC would love for you to email them to They even put together a video to promo it. I’ll encourage you to ask questions for the Bottom Line Panel, but if you have questions for The Insiders or the At Issue panel, let those rip too.

Feed readers who might not see the embedded video can click here.

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About Preet

Preet Banerjee is a Canadian personal finance commentator. He is a television host for The Oprah Winfrey Network, a Money Expert for The W Network, a personal finance columnist for The Globe and Mail, and a regular panellist on CBC's The National with Peter Mansbridge. He also appears frequently as a guest commentator on a variety of other programs and media.


  1. Some questions I need answered are:

    1) Peter M., what’s it like living with Cynthia Dale? Why did you dump Wendy Mesley?
    2) Mr. Stanford, are you paid by the amount of Labour/Union positive rhetoric that you spout?
    3) Ms. Lang how to you keep from punching Kevin O’Leary in the face EVERY DAY! If you did, I’d pay you $5
    4) Mr. Banerjee, do you tie those knots yourself?

    etc., etc., etc.,

  2. Ray Sheekey says:


    Why do we have LIFs ? Why does the government want us in LIFs when we turn 70?