November is Financial Literacy Month (FLM) in Canada. FCAC is proud to
raise awareness and mobilize organizations across Canada to spread the word
about the importance of financial literacy.
Strengthening Financial Literacy through Collaboration
FLM 2014 exceeded our goals for participation and impact. It started
with an engaging national conference, where FCAC launched our new Canadian
Financial Literacy Database and self-assessment quiz. Businesses and
organizations across the country held over 1,200 events to teach the knowledge, skills and confidence to make
responsible financial decisions. FCAC joined in many FLM events and
consumers’ engagement on social media also broke records. FLMCanada’s Facebook page and #FLM2014 Twitter hashtag have never been more active.
FCAC thanks all
who participated and hosted events in November. Let’s now make it a year-round
effort to raise awareness of the importance of financial literacy.
FCAC is pleased to announce the winners of the #FLM2014 My Financial Literacy Selfie contest. Thank you to all who entered.
Canadian Financial Literacy Database
Explore the Canadian Financial Literacy Database! Find the tools you need to improve your knowledge and skills to make better financial decisions. This is your one-stop shop for information on budgeting, money management, insurance, saving, investing, taxes, fraud prevention and so much more.
**Organizations that want to showcase resources or events in the Canadian Financial Literacy Database can submit them for consideration using the database input tool.**
How do your financial knowledge and skills measure up to other Canadians’? Take the new Financial literacy self-assessment quiz today to find out!
Promote financial literacy
Download marketing and social media materials to promote your activities and to help spread the word.
For more information about FLM or to be added to our contact list, contact FCAC at email@example.com.
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.