Investor Clinic Video: Investor Clinic: Canadians are back to borrowing big Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012 6:00AM EDT Last updated Thursday, May 02, 2013 11:59AM EDT Despite repeated warnings about consumer debt levels, the Globe's Roma Luciw explains how we've now seen two straight quarters where non-mortgage debt levels have risen. Watch More Video: Pacific Rim trade talks end with no deal Exxon Mobil and Chevron fall short Why the loonie is headed for an all-time low RioCan to explore strategic alternatives for U.S. operations Canadian economy contracting: a recession in sight? Target's failed Canadian expansion hits RioCan Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Davis Rea's Zachary Curry Greek PM defends 'emergency' plan Migrant crisis: Europe counts the costs Arcelor: less global demand for steel German consumers to the rescue Four dividend growers to buy before their next hike Canadian banks: Short or buy? Canada's May GDP report gets ugly Big oil on the chopping block Use your RRSP to buy a home Landlords call on Target to release claims information Barrick sells off 50% of Zaldivar copper mine Lloyds first half results hit by provisions IAG, Airbus lift aviation sector Comments AA More Related to this Story Home Cents The borrowing binge: Consumer debt hits eight-year high Investor Clinic Video: Investor Clinic: Tips for investors with an eye on IPOs Investor Clinic Video: Investor Clinic: How much fixed-income should I have?