Regulation No expiry date for prepaid credit cards: Flaherty Add to ... CP Video Published Wednesday, Oct. 24 2012, 2:39 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 24 2012, 2:39 PM EDT Under new rules from the federal government, issuers of prepaid cards won't be able to impose expiry dates. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty also says fees or service charges must be plainly disclosed. Watch More Video: Shopify highlights Ottawa's tech revival Jeff Rubin on why Canada’s food industry may soon be more valuable than oil April inflation slowest since 2013 thanks to cheaper energy Market Call Tonight: Top picks from ScotiaMcLeod’s Stan Wong What's behind the dramatic rise and fall of BlackBerry? TVs, phones fuel Best Buy results Takata struggles to replace defective air bag inflators Vancouver facing labour shortage because of housing prices Why retailers are skipping millennials for centennials Etsy's identity crisis weighs on share price Bull vs. Bear: Should Canada set up infrastructure banks? China is building the world's second-tallest building. Is that a bad economic sign? Big banks plead guilty to felony anti-trust violations Target's U.S. turnaround gains traction Canada's debt concerns are overblown: Fraser Institute Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Davis Rea’s Zachary Curry Bull vs. Bear: Should Canada set up infrastructure banks? Mapping out the future for mortgage rates Debating Goldman's forecast that oil will be at $45 by October Talking Management Video: Why alliances are ruling the business world Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Flaherty announces steep increases to MP pension contributions Video: Opposition braces for budget bill round two Streetwise Video Streetwise Video: Is Flaherty right about Europe's banks?