National Conference on Financial Literacy

From Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

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This November 1 to 3, the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) will host its fifth National Conference on Financial Literacy at the Hyatt Regency Montreal.

Spend two days with financial literacy pioneers and get inspired! Expand your network and collaborate with peers. Learn about innovative programs that are having an impact on the financial well-being of Canadians, hear about the latest research and emerging trends, and discover new tools to measure and evaluate your programs and achieve successful outcomes. 

Value of attending

Get inspired: Explore innovative programs and resources that are making a real impact. Hear about the latest research and emerging trends on topics that hold the key to improving Canadians' financial well-being. 

Get takeaways: Gain relevant knowledge on how your organization can evaluate your initiatives and measure the outcomes to better help Canadians strengthen their financial literacy.

Get connections: Expand your network. Meet exciting thinkers in the field. Collaborate with peers. 

Pre-conference workshops

New this year, FCAC is offering an extra afternoon of pre-conference workshops on November 1. These will be hands-on, interactive workshops with subject matter experts. More information will be provided in the conference agenda. You can register for one of these value-added workshops when you sign up for the conference. 


Join us for FCAC’s 2017 National Conference on Financial Literacy. For more details, view the conference agenda.


For more information about our speakers at the 2017 National Conference on Financial Literacy, go to our speakers page.


Thank you for your interest in the Conference. Registration is now closed. For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the conference planning team at


Conference delegates are responsible for their own travel and accommodations.

We hope to see you there.

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Highlights from the 2014 conference

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