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: Windows 10 launch may have been ‘meh’ but don’t fret about Microsoft Food truck industry facing serious roadblocks Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from T.I.P. Wealth Manager’s Jim Huang Fallout from Greek debt crisis still being felt across Europe Bombardier: no discussion with Siemens; rail IPO still in the works Microsoft launches Windows 10 VW lowers sales goal on China Why Canadian banks are TSX winners Signs your advisor may not be that into you Cost cuts help Total beat low oil prices Fed rate hike would impact emerging markets: Rabobank Bombardier, Siemens in talks to merge rail business: WSJ Have you outgrown mutual funds? Sherritt CEO: Still more room to cut operating costs Barclays to speed up cost cuts Twitter suffers another bout of growing pains Strong sales abroad boost Nissan results Love for bigger, fancier vehicles fuels Ford's second quarter Technical analyst bullish on Twitter Ford accelerates sales in North America 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?