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Canadian Financial Literacy Database

From Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

This database is your one-stop source for information on budgeting, saving, investing, fraud prevention and more.
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Budget Builder

A budget allows you to take control of your money by tracking how much you're taking in (income) and how much you're spending (expenses). Working with a budget will enable you to plan for future purchases and achieve your financial goals. It might sound like a lot of work but it's easy and the...

Topics: Banking, Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, Financial planning, Fraud, General, Insurance, Mortgages and loans, Retirement and pensions, Rights and responsibilities, Saving and investing, Taxes

Target audience: Employees, General public, Newcomers, Parents, Seniors, Students, Unemployed / underemployed, Women, Young adults


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Consolidated Credit Counseling Services of Canada Inc.


Contact:
Benjamin Allen
1-800-656-4120 ext: 1030

Couples and Money: When Love, Marriage, and Money Come Together

You know the old saying: “First comes love, then comes marriage . . .” Unfortunately, however, many newly-married couples start their new lives strapped with debt. Get help with this tough subject with our handy guide.

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, Financial planning, General, Saving and investing

Target audience: General public


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Consolidated Credit Counseling Services of Canada Inc.


Contact:
Benjamin Allen
1-800-656-4120 Ext: 1030

All About Credit

Everything you need to know about credit in Canada.

Topics: Credit and debt management, Financial planning, General, Rights and responsibilities

Target audience: Educators, Employees, Entrepreneurs, General public, Newcomers, Seniors, Students, Unemployed / underemployed, Women, Young adults, Youth / youth at risk


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Consolidated Credit Counseling Services of Canada Inc.


Contact:
Benjamin Allen
1-800-656-4120 Ext: 1030

Smart Tips: Helping the next generation spend smart

The e-book Smart Tips: Helping the next generation ‘spend smart’ is intended to help parents and caregivers find ways to make the money talk fun and engaging.

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, General, Saving and investing

Target audience: Parents


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FCNB


Contact:
Marissa Sollows
506 643-7853

10 Important Financial Lessons Every Person Should Know

Topics: General

Target audience: General public


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Debt-Free Fifty-Five Plus


Contact:
B.H. (Brian) Pybus
(604) 522-1855

2014 Public Opinion Research to Assist in Understanding Stakeholder Knowledge and Perceptions of the Financial Consu​mer Agency of Canada

This report presents the findings from a survey of FCAC’s stakeholders, the purpose of which was to understand stakeholder knowledge and perceptions of FCAC; obtain their feedback about various aspects of the organization’s activities in order to improve various elements of its programs and...

Topics: General

Target audience: General public


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Financial Consumer Agency of Canada


Contact:
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
1 (866) 461-3222

5 Ways To Pay For School

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, General, Mortgages and loans

Target audience: Students


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RBC Royal Bank


Contact:
RBC Advice Centre
1 (866) 822-6446

A Canadian’s Guide to Money-Smart Living

E.I.F.L.E. (Excellence in Financial Literacy Education) Award Winner! A Canadian’s Guide to Money-Smart Living will help you understand how to live money-smart and provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to take control of your financial future.

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, Financial planning, General, Saving and investing

Target audience: Educators, General public, Newcomers, Parents, Persons with low income, Students, Unemployed / underemployed, Women, Young adults


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Kelley Keehn


Contact:
Kelley Keehn's Office
1-780-732-0144

A Telphone for Luke

Students apply legal provisions to analyze a case involving a cell phone contract and calculate the maximum cancellation penalty that a cell phone service supplier can charge.

Topics: General, Rights and responsibilities

Target audience: Educators


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Office de la protection du consommateur, Québec


Contact:
Service des communications et de l'éducation
1 (888) 672-2556

À vos papiers!

Sous la tonne de papiers du gouvernement, des assurances, des rénos, des achats, etc.; lesquels garder? Pourquoi? Jusqu’à quand? Et comment les organiser? Des infos essentielles sur les papiers importants qui s'accumulent!

Topics: General

Target audience: General public


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ACEF de l'Est de Montréal


Contact:
Linda Doucet
(514) 257-6622

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