When you invest in a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC), you are loaning money to a bank, trust company or credit union. The institution then regularly pays interest on the principal value of the bonds you purchased.
At a stated date in the future (maturity date), the institution returns the principal amount you purchased.
GICs offer the following features:
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