Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
As a Canadian
Find out how the National Strategy for Financial Literacy—Count me in, Canada can help you improve your financial knowledge, skills and confidence; and what tools are available to help you manage your personal finances.
As an organization
Find out how your organization can support the National Strategy for Financial Literacy—Count me in, Canada and submit an initiative to be featured on FCAC’s website.
National strategy for financial literacy
Read the National Strategy for Financial Literacy—Count me in, Canada. This strategy sets out goals and priorities to help Canadians better manage their finances and make appropriate decisions as their needs and circumstances change. It calls on organizations to join efforts to help Canadians take action and make financial literacy a life-long journey.
Who supports the strategy
Learn how organizations are actively supporting the implementation of the national strategy for financial literacy.
Seniors’ financial literacy strategy
Read Strengthening Seniors’ Financial Literacy. This strategy aims to help current seniors better understand and manage their finances and protect themselves against fraud and financial abuse. It also aims to help future seniors plan for their retirement.
Financial Literacy Leader
Read a message from Canada’s first Financial Literacy Leader, learn about her mandate, and stay up to date on recent activities.
Financial literacy committees and networks
Information on the National Steering Committee on Financial Literacy, the Interdepartmental Committee on Financial Literacy and other financial literacy networks across Canada.
Financial literacy resources and initiatives
Access FCAC’s educational resources and information on its initiatives to strengthen Canadians’ financial literacy.
Financial literacy background
Learn about the history of financial literacy in Canada and why it is so important today.
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Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC)
Infographic: Steps to improve your financial literacy