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Financial Literacy and Personal Finance

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The Financial Literacy and Personal Finance campaign aims to help Canadians learn how to manage their personal finances successfully by empowering them with various financial skills, tips and tricks to make responsible financial decisions.

As Financial Literacy Arrives in Ontario Schools, Parents Consider Their Role

Learning by doing is the best teacher. Kids need some money of their own to best learn how to manage it.

The Top Six Benefits of ETF Investing

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are investment funds that let you buy a diversified basket of individual stocks or bonds in one purchase on a stock exchange.

What in the World Is Non-profit Credit Counselling?

Here are 10 things the non-profit credit counselling industry wants you to know about.

7 Steps to Go from Zero to Hero with Your Money

The New Money Podcast host, Nathan Kennedy shares his tips to set your life up for long-lasting success with money.

Building Financial Confidence: Yes, We Can Change the Future

With the right training and education, we can equip the next generation for a life of financial confidence.

5 Financial Literacy Tips You Should Know About

Four in 10 Canadians report that money is a daily concern, and a third of low-income Canadians report that they worry about money almost constantly.

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