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Personal Loan in Canada
As at 31st December 2017, Canada outstanding personal loan balances stood at CAD$101.730 billion, an increase of 4.03% or CAD$3.939 billion compares to CAD$97.791 billion as at 31st December 2016. The personal loan outstanding balances in Canada has continuously rising since 31st December 2009 where it stood at CAD$54,736 billion.
As at 30th June 2018, the outstanding personal loan balance stood at CAD$101.662 billion, an increase of CAD$608 million or 0.60% in 3 months period(compares to March 2108).

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Quarterly Outstanding Personal Loan in Canada 2018

As at 31st March 2018, the outstanding personal loan balance stood at CAD$101.054 billion, a decrease of CAD$676 million or 0.66% in 3 months period(compares to December 2017).

Quarterly Outstanding Personal Loan in Canada 2017

As at 31st March 2017, the outstanding personal loan balance stood at CAD$97.944 billion, an increase of CAD$153 million or 0.16% in 3 months period(compares to December 2016).
As at 30th June 2017, the outstanding personal loan balance stood at CAD$99.515 billion, an increase of CAD$1.571 billion or 1.60% in 3 months period(compares to March 2017).
As at 30th September 2017, the outstanding personal loan balance stood at CAD$101.098 billion, an increase of CAD$1.583 billion or 1.59% in 3 months period(compares to June 2017).
As at 31st December 2017, the outstanding personal loan balance stood at CAD$101.730 billion, an increase of CAD$632 million or 0.63% in 3 months period(compares to September 2017).

Outstanding Personal Loan by Region 2018

Out of the Q1,18 CAD$150.734 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$44.024 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$18.567 billion, Alberta with CAD$13.348 billion, British Columbia with CAD$9.243 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.870 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.486 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$3.467 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.465 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.529 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$471 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$249 million and the rest of CAD$48.016 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Out of the Q2,18 CAD$153.365 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$44.746 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$18.930 billion, Alberta with CAD$13.681 billion, British Columbia with CAD$9.456 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.950 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.574 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$3.545 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.523 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.578 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$483 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$251 million and the rest of CAD$48.648 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Outstanding Personal Loan by Region 2017

Out of the Q1,17 CAD$146.911 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$43.853 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$17.527 billion, Alberta with CAD$12.727 billion, British Columbia with CAD$8.548 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.701 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$3.236 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.213 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.155 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.376 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$436 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$231 million and the rest of CAD$47.908 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Out of the Q2,17 CAD$149.158 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$44.308 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$18.182 billion, Alberta with CAD$13.111 billion, British Columbia with CAD$8.878 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.817 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$3.352 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.339 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.340 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.475 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$449 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$250 million and the rest of CAD$47.656 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Out of the Q3,17 CAD$147.730 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$43.732 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$18.514 billion, Alberta with CAD$13.283 billion, British Columbia with CAD$9.035 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.868 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$3.440 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.430 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.409 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.531 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$463 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$252 million and the rest of CAD$45.773 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Out of the Q4,17 CAD$149.007 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$43.911 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$18.473 billion, Alberta with CAD$13.,274 billion, British Columbia with CAD$9.083 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.864 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$3.441 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.437 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.435 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.515 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$464 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$248 million and the rest of CAD$46.863 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Outstanding Personal Loan 2011-2016

As at 31st December 2016, Canada outstanding personal loan balances stood at CAD$97.791 billion, an increase of 1.54% or CAD$1.482 billion compares to CAD$96.309 billion as at 31st December 2015.

As at 31st December 2015, Canada outstanding personal loan balances stood at CAD$96.309 billion, an increase of 4.77% or CAD$4.389 billion compares to CAD$91.920 billion as at 31st December 2014.

As at 31st December 2014, Canada outstanding personal loan balances stood at CAD$91.920 billion, an increase of 0.59% or CAD$0.541 billion compares to CAD$91.379 billion as at 31st December 2013.

As at 31st December 2013, Canada outstanding personal loan balances stood at CAD$91.379 billion, an increase of 12.67% or CAD$16.273 billion compares to CAD$75.106 billion as at 31st December 2012.

As at 31st December 2012, Canada outstanding personal loan balances stood at CAD$75.106 billion, an increase of 11.58% or CAD$7.795 billion compares to CAD$67.311 billion as at 31st December 2011.

Outstanding Personal Loan by Region 2016

Out of the Q1,16 CAD$143.070 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$43.558 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$16.875 billion, Alberta with CAD$12.869 billion, British Columbia with CAD$8.668 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.312 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.117 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.076 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$2.751 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.309 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$423 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$228 million and the rest of CAD$45.884 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Out of the Q2,16 CAD$145.271 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$44.280 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$17.342 billion, Alberta with CAD$12.898 billion, British Columbia with CAD$8.654 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.329 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.156 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.131 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$2.829 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.357 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$430 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$232 million and the rest of CAD$46.633 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Out of the Q3,16 CAD$146.833 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$44.077 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$17.565 billion, Alberta with CAD$12.895 billion, British Columbia with CAD$8.603 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.344 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$3.225 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.194 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.166 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.392 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$436 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$236 million and the rest of CAD$47.701 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

Out of the Q4,16 CAD$147.166 billion outstanding balances, Ontario has the highest outstanding balance with CAD$43.964 billion, followed by Quebec with CAD$17.481 billion, Alberta with CAD$12.735 billion, British Columbia with CAD$8.501 billion, Saskatchewan with CAD$3.315 billion, New Brunswick with CAD$3.232 billion, Manitoba with CAD$3.191 billion, Nova Scotia with CAD$3.155 billion, Newfoundland with CAD$2.385 billion, Prince Edward Island with CAD$436 million, Yukon, N.W.T., and Nunavut with CAD$231 million and the rest of CAD$48.539 billion is for amount unallocated in Canada and/or international.

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