From: Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
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Progress report: Canada’s National Research Plan on Financial Literacy 2016-2018
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Strategy that sets out national goals and priorities to help Canadians better manage their finances.
Strategy to help seniors manage their finances, protect themselves against fraud, and plan for retirement.
National Steering Committee, Interdepartmental Committee and other networks across Canada.
The history of financial literacy in Canada and why it is so important today.
Celebrated each November to help Canadians learn how to manage their personal finances successfully.
Free programs, tools and resources to help employers offer financial education in their workplace.
Conference overview, agenda and speakers.
A one-stop source for resources and events from Canadian organizations on budgeting, saving, investing and more.
Educational materials to help students and adults increase their financial knowledge and skills.
Tools to help you choose a bank account and credit card, including budget and mortgage calculators.
A methodology to help organizations measure the effectiveness of their financial literacy programs and initiatives.
Stay up-to-date on the latest news and activities happening throughout the country.
Get practical tips to make money management easier.
Surveys or studies on market trends, consumer issues and financial literacy.
Tips on how to manage your money so you can make the most of it.
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