Video: National Financial Literacy Strategy 2021–2026
Many Canadians are stressed about their finances
The world we live in is complex and changing
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities
including people’s money and finances
The truth is, anyone can be financially vulnerable regardless of income, background or education
Do you know what helps us overcome vulnerability?
Let’s help Canadians build financial resilience
This is an ambitious goal
And it’s at the heart of the new National Financial Literacy Strategy
The strategy is a 5-year plan to help Canadians build financial resilience
To confidently face challenging times a changing world a digital economy
Canadians need a financial ecosystem that works for them
Countless organizations and individuals help Canadians navigate their finances
How can this incredible ecosystem make a greater impact?
How can we reduce barriers for Canadians?
How can we create better financial outcomes for Canadians?
We need to make real change for consumers
Change that counts
By making sure financial products and services reflect the diversity of Canada
By enhancing access to affordable and trustworthy financial help
By communicating financial information in ways people understand
By making it easier to make good financial decisions
This strategy is a renewed call to action
It charts a path for a more accessible, inclusive, and effective financial ecosystem so everyone can build financial resilience
Let’s make change that counts
Discover more at: Canada.ca/financial-literacy
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