Best ETFs in Canada for 2019

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All-in-one ETFs

Desert island picks

Welcome to the 7th edition of the MoneySense ETF All-stars. Despite some major changes in our panel of experts, this year’s ranking has in the main affirmed most of our “All-star” picks from previous years and in particular 2018.  PWL Capital’s Dan Bortolotti and Justin Bender have departed from the panel this year, but fear not: PWL’s perspective is still there through the Ottawa-based duo of Cameron Passmore and Ben Felix.

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