Search the Canadian Financial Literacy Database
The Canadian Financial Literacy Database provides you with a comprehensive list of resources, events, interactive tools and information offered by financial education providers, including the public, private and not‑for‑profit sectors across Canada.
This is your one-stop source for finding resources and events on topics such as: budgeting and money management, fraud prevention, mortgages and loans, credit and debt management, taxes, and much more.
New Feature! Funding programs that support financial literacy initiatives are now included in the database.
Have a resource to submit? If you would like to add your resources or events to the database, please use the resource database input tool.
Take the financial literacy self-assessment quiz
Not sure what to look for in the Canadian Financial Literacy Database? Start by taking the self-assessment quiz to help identify where you need to focus, based on your current knowledge and skills.
The self-assessment quiz will ask you a series of questions to determine your financial needs and will tell you how well you are doing at:
- Keeping track – organizing and watching your income and expenses to understand where your money goes.
- Making ends meet – spending less than you bring in so you do not live beyond your means.
- Planning ahead – setting goals and working towards them.
- Staying informed – seeking out information and asking questions of trusted sources regarding financial products and services.
- Choosing products – selecting products and services to meet your current and future financial needs.
Based on your answers, the quiz will generate a link to a filtered list of resources and events in the Canadian Financial Literacy Database. Your results will include a comparison to other Canadians based on their responses to the Canadian Financial Capabilities Survey.