The objective of the Financial Literacy Project is to provide resources to help Canadians become more financially literate.
The Government is committed to working with stakeholders to develop a national strategy for financial literacy that takes into consideration ways to meet the needs of Canadians at different stages of their lives.
The Government launched phase one of the national strategies, Strengthening Seniors’ Financial Literacy, on October 16, 2014.
The complete national strategy for financial literacy will be released in 2015. During the second phase of consultations, the focus was on certain priority groups-Aboriginal peoples, newcomers to Canada, persons with disabilities and Canadians with low incomes-that had been identified in the 2009 Canadian Financial Capability Survey.
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Online consultations for phase 2 continued until December 10, 2014.
If you want a course to help you become more financially literate please refer to this link.
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