In Canada, credit scores range from 900 points (the highest score) down to 300 points.
According to TransUnion, a score above 650 will likely qualify you for a standard loan, while a score under 650 will likely bring difficulty in receiving new credit.
How good is a credit score of 850 in Canada?
In Canada, your credit scores generally range from 300 to 900. The higher the score, the better. If you have scores between 800 and 900, you’re in excellent shape.
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