There is not too much choices in Canada and I chose Quicken because of their AD. Now if I can go back, I will purchase another software.
1) One Step Updates is not available.
The most useful function is not available for Canadian Banks. That means you can only download all your statements one by one and month by month. At least I did lots of research and couldn't resolve it. The interesting thing is Mint.com support automatic updates from TD, BMO and other Canadian banks. Both software come from the same company, Intuit. At the same time, most US BANKS can use "Express Web connection", means automatic download all the statements according to the update schedule.
2) Quicken 2012 not work well on Win8. QFX file can not be imported. The Software will crash (while import) if you want to add new bank account, and it won't update data if you've already had the correct account exist. Now Quicken 2012(US) has R7 Patch which someone said may fix the bugs but Quicken 2012 (Canada Version) stick on R2 patch, which still has these issues
3) Poor tech support. I tried to contact them for some questions and asked for help. No response at all.
After all, I regret to have this product with $110+TAX