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Canadian Financial Literacy Database

From Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

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Contributions Program for Non-Profit Consumer and Voluntary Organizations

The Contributions Program for Non-profit Consumer and Voluntary Organizations was established by the Office of Consumer Affairs in order to support such organizations in the production of high quality, independent and timely research on consumer issues.

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Industry Canada

Cathy Enright

Credit Education Week - Host an Event Program

The Credit Education Week Host An Event Program is administered by Credit Canada Debt Solutions (CCDS). The Program supports CCDS’s mandate by assisting community agencies in creating financial literacy awareness and helping the Canadian consumer to learn about and look after their personal finances with the ultimate goal of financial wellness. The program provides funding, to community-based events that foster financial wellness. The primary intention is to create concrete opportunities for...

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Credit Canada Debt Solutions

Elena Jara

Financial Advice

The Critical Injury Benefit, Disability Award, Detention Benefit and Death Benefit are paid as one-time, tax-free cash awards. You may seek the advice of a financial expert to help you manage the money you receive. If your cash award is 5% or more of the maximum Disability Award, some or all of the costs related to getting financial advice may be paid by Veterans Affairs Canada, up to a maximum of $500.

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Veterans Affairs Canada

Veterans Affairs Canada

Settlement Program

CIC funds services that help newcomers settle and adapt to life in Canada. The Settlement Program assists immigrants, including refugees, to overcome barriers specific to the newcomer experience (such as a lack of official language skills and limited knowledge of Canada) so that they can participate in social, cultural, civic and economic life in Canada.The 2015 National Call for Proposals (CFP) was launched on June 22, 2015 and closed on August 10, 2015. Funding from CIC was made available,...

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Citizenship and Immigration Canada

Citizenship and Immigration Canada

Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability component

The Disability Component of the Social Development Partnerships Program (SDPP-D) supports projects intended to improve the participation and integration of people with disabilities in all aspects of Canadian society. More specifically, the Program supports not-for-profit organizations across Canada in tackling barriers faced by people with disabilities with respect to social inclusion.

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Employment and Social Development Canada

Social Development for Disability Programs

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