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6.1.4 Insurance and you

https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-consumer-agency/services/financial-toolkit/insurance/insurance-1/5.html

Apr 23, 2019 ... afford it. Download the interactive PDF and add it to your Financial Toolkit [PDF - 141KB] The decision to get insurance depends on your circumstances, your priorities and your stage in life. For example: You may want to consider getting life insurance if you have a partner who might need support, or if you decide to start a family. Your provincial or territorial

Take charge of your finances

https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-consumer-agency/campaigns/it-pays-to-know.html

Apr 12, 2019 ... finances at different life stages. Financial Goal Calculator Calculate how much to pay down your debt and reach your savings goals. Infographic: home equity line of credit Pay more than monthly interest on your home equity line of credit and save. Financial tools and calculators Budget Calculator Find out where your money is going and determine how much you put

Elections Canada Online | Electoral Insight - Election Legislation Enforcement

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=eim%2Fissue7&document=p7&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 .... And most of them have been men. However, on Canada Day in 1992, Queen Elizabeth II bestowed that title on Ellen Fairclough, almost 30 years after she left Parliament. It recognized her life of many achievements, the most notable being that she was the first woman to enter the federal Cabinet, on June 21, 1957. She was also elected to the House of Commons five times

3.1.2 What are you saving for?

https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-consumer-agency/services/financial-toolkit/saving/saving-1/3.html

Apr 23, 2019 ...3.1.2 What are you saving for? From: Financial Consumer Agency of Canada 3.1.1 Reasons to save 3.1.2 What are you saving for? 3.1.3 Case study: Saving for their future 3.1.4 Why people don't save 3.1.5 Emotions, habits, behaviours and your money 3.1.6 How to save 3.1.7 Video: Why you should save and how 3.1.8 A savings calculator 3.1.9 The rules of saving

Elections Canada Online | Electoral Insight - Participation In The Electoral Process

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=eim%2Fissue4&document=p3&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ... continue to be the ones primarily responsible for housework and child care, and they are also poorer than men. Consequently, they have less time than their partners to stay abreast of current events and invest effort in political parties, as well as less money to devote to political ends. However, research shows that women are as assiduous in fulfilling

Core community supports to age in community

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/seniors/forum/core-community-supports.html

Jul 11, 2019 ... or long-term care facility, and to live as independently as possible in the community. These services not only allow older Canadians to age in place, but also save governments money, as they are less expensive than providing institutional care in retirement residences or long-term care facilities. Regulated health care professionals (for example, nurses), non

Elections Canada Online | Electoral Insight - Reform of Election Financing: Canada, Great Britain and the United States

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=eim%2Fissue5&document=p7&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ... to the Senate of Canada. “Today women do not have to face the same difficulties as of old; they can make their influence more widely felt and they are listened to a little more, but a world in which men and women are completely equal is still far from being realized. All my life I have recommended that one must ask questions, take a position, and act upon it.” – Thérèse

Sources and Uses of Budget 2019 Measures by Organization for June 2019

https://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat/services/planned-government-spending/sources-uses-budget-measures-organization/sources-uses-budget-2019-measures-organization-june-2019.html

Jul 11, 2019 ... and Cultural Events 30,500,000 30,432,695 67,305 0 100% Introducing a New Anti-Racism Strategy 16,995,609 16,734,296 260,704 609 100% Preserving, Promoting and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages 15,100,000 14,993,996 106,004 0 100% Ensuring a Safe and Healthy Sport System 6,000,000 6,000,000 0 0 100% National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 5,000,000 4,964,265 35,735 0

National Strategy for Financial Literacy — Count me in, Canada

https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-consumer-agency/programs/financial-literacy/financial-literacy-strategy.html

Apr 11, 2019 ..., private and non-profit organizations that support the national strategy. These initiatives will be available to Canadians at www.fcac.gc.ca/CountMeInCA. Life Events Moving out on your own, Having children, Owning a home, and Living in retirement are examples from the “life events” section on FCAC’s website that help Canadians learn about financial matters relevant

Guide 5772 - Application to Sponsor Parents and Grandparents

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/application-forms-guides/guide-5772-application-sponsor-parents-grandparents.html

Jul 17, 2019 ... will be deemed in default of your obligations. If you need information about how to repay the money owed, contact the corresponding provincial office listed below. The services offered by these offices are available during local business hours only. British Columbia Ministry of Social Development & Poverty Reduction Sponsorship Default Line 1 (877) 815-2363 Quebec Centre

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