Financial Literacy Month (#FLM2014)

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November is Financial Literacy Month (FLM) in Canada, and FCAC is proud to play a role in raising awareness and mobilizing organizations across Canada to take part.

Financial literacy means having the knowledge, skills and confidence to make responsible financial decisions.

Spotlight on collaboration

The theme of FLM 2014, Strengthening Financial Literacy through Collaboration, underlines the importance of coordinating efforts of organizations that offer programs, resources, information and services to help Canadians understand and manage their personal finances. This is also the theme of the National Conference on Financial Literacy, November 6 and 7 in Vancouver.

Calendar of events

Get involved now! Check the FLM Calendar of events to find activities and resources to help you become more financially literate and reach your financial goals.

Photo contest

Participate in the Financial Literacy Month photo contest!

FCAC is hosting a photo contest open to all Canadians. We want to see how you are putting your financial literacy skills to use, or how you are helping to strengthen the financial literacy of others.

Showcase resources and events

FCAC is developing a financial literacy resource database that will provide Canadians with a one-stop shop for resources, events, tools and information related to financial literacy.

**Organizations that want to showcase resources or events in the financial literacy resource database or the FLM Calendar of events can submit them for consideration using the resource database input tool.**

Promote FLM

FCAC will help you promote your FLM! Download marketing and social media materials to promote your activities and to help spread the word.

Stay connected

For more information about FLM or to be added to our contact list, contact FCAC at

You can also subscribe to FCAC’s Financial Literacy Newsletter to learn more about the financial education programs, workshops, tools, publications and activities offered by stakeholders from across the country to help Canadians manage their personal finances successfully.

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