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Judith Chambers

Investment Advisor

  • MBA
  • B.Comm
  • CFP®

Authentic, uncomplicated, genuine advice to help build and protect your wealth

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With more than 25 years in the financial services industry as an advisor and senior leader within the wealth management business, the purpose of my current practice is to support the financial well-being and wealth goals of all my clients. I believe in authentic and inclusive relationships built on trust and sound advice.

We all lead busy lives and not everyone has the time or expertise to create and monitor a wealth plan. As your life evolves and wealth increases so does the complexity of your investments. As your professional advisor I will listen and guide you through an in depth discovery focused on what is important to you. With a customized approach, together we will build a plan that compliments and supports your unique financial goals and help you prepare for the unknowns of significant life events. Working with a carefully selected team of TD specialists we will build a plan to implement, review and revise as these goals evolve. Whether it be family, career, well-being, lifestyle or legacy, I will help instill your financial confidence knowing that where you are today and where you want to be in the future is my priority.

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Toll Free: 1(888) 988-2533
Branch Office: (204) 988-2748
Branch Fax: (204) 988-2757


I have a Bachelor of Commerce Degree and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Dalhousie University. I hold the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designations from FP Canada, obtain the membership of the Society of Estate & Trust Practitioners with the (TEP) designation, and also hold my Certified Executor Advisor (CEA) designation from the Canadian Institute of Certified Executor Advisors (CICEA).


Current Chair - Board of Trustees for Manitoba Opera, Board member Nellie McClung Foundation, Member of Women of Winnipeg (WOW). Former National Board Member Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada (Now Make a Wish Canada) Past board member of the YMCA/YWCA of Winnipeg. Community events & committees with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Cancer Care, United Way, The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Ronald McDonald House, Pride Winnipeg and Juvenile Diabetes (JDRF).

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Market Commentary

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Higher profits from most S&P500 companies do little to steady markets

With over three quarters of S&P 500 companies having reported, Q1 profits were on pace to grow by more than 10%. But markets have been less than impressed. Kim Parlee speaks with Damian Fernandes, Portfolio Manager, TD Asset Management, about equities that may weather the macro headwinds.

Greying acres: A modern guide to farm succession

Passing down the family farm is not the same as passing on other family businesses: The labour and sweat of generations may turn a financial decision into an emotional one. Here are some ways to ensure your farm succession plans are planted and ready when you need them.

TD Economics

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Monthly Perspectives: Institution Evolution

If you’re looking for proof of resilience and adaptability in the face of historic change, look no further than the TD Wealth Annual Investment Strategy Conference.

Bank of Canada hikes rates, signals more to come in fight against inflation

The Bank of Canada hikes interest rates to 0.50%, the first increase since 2018, as it warns about higher inflation and a “major new source of uncertainty” related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Anthony Okolie speaks with James Orlando, Senior Economist, TD Bank, about the central bank’s efforts to tame rising prices.

The 2022 MoneyTalk tax checklist

While it may not be a cause for celebration, any signs of normalcy - even doing our taxes - could be welcome given the uncertainty we’ve experienced in recent months. Here’s a quick guide that we hope will help you as you prepare to file.

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