Canada's Most Comprehensive Trustee Directory
helping Canadians locate Trusted Professional Services and Know there Options


Providing Bankruptcy Information and Services for Canadians in all provinces and territories.

This Website is "Not Just About Bankruptcy It's About Options!"

Bankruptcy Canada is a FREE information resource for residents of Canada to use and evaluate financial solutions and options. This website is not just about bankruptcy, and Bankruptcy is only one of the options you may want to consider. This website will guide you through the process of finding a solution which is right for you. It offers other tools and resources to make your life a little better right away and resources that you can access even after you are back on your feet.

A Consumer Proposal is Canada's #1 Bankruptcy Alternative.

We encourage you to click on either of our Bankruptcy or Proposal Info Centres identified above to learn the basics of Canada's two most popular debt resolution options.

Check out our FAQ's or Ask Your Own

Have a question? Try our Common Questions section, where we have compiled a list of the 50 most frequently asked questions from readers just like you, and get answers right away. If you don't find your question included as one of our 50 Most Common Questions, or you can't find it in our Q & A Blog Archive, please feel free to submit your own question to our Bankruptcy and Insolvency Forum or use our Locate feature to find and contact a Bankruptcy Trustee or Proposal Administrator in your province. Look for those who provide their services in a city of town near you.

All Trustees Featured are Federally Licensed and Professionally Certified

All Trustees and Administrators featured or listed on this website are federally licensed by the Government of Canada, to administer bankruptcies and proposals in Canada, and are members in good standing with the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals, and their related provincial associations. Most hold other professional designations as Chartered Accountants or Certified General Accountants. Symbols representative of their qualifications and adherence to the highest professional standards are identified as follows: