Investor Clinic Video: Investor Clinic: Canadians are back to borrowing big Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Aug. 23 2012, 6:00 AM EDT Last updated Thursday, May. 02 2013, 11:59 AM 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: Oil traders eye Saudi succession The latest (and most ridiculous) trend in Super Bowl advertising: Ads for ads Urban Outfitters' edgy style brings harsh scrutiny Everything investors need to know about phantom distributions The latest (and most ridiculous) trend in Super Bowl advertising: Ads for ads Big banks not budging on mortgage rates – so far Market Call Tonight: Top picks from ScotiaMcLeod’s Stan Wong S&P, Nasdaq turn positive for the year Why the latest idea from BlackBerry’s CEO isn't just 'insane' Promotions hurt Verizon's margins Joe Oliver on the impact of falling oil prices Bankruptcy threatens crisis-torn Ukraine Why cheaper gas doesn't necessarily mean stronger consumer spending RBC strikes $5.4-billion deal for U.S. lender Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Shaunessy Investment’s Terry Shaunessy The good and the bad for consumers after Bank of Canada’s rate cut Stephen Poloz explains Bank of Canada's surprise rate cut How bad is the Swiss franc mortgage mess? TD chief economist reacts to Bank of Canada's surprise move Loonie drops a penny after Bank of Canada's surprise cut 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?