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2 December 2016
Author: Maya Ramchandani
The Financial Empowerment and Problem Solving (FEPS) program provides much needed money management support to people living on low incomes. 
24 November 2016
Author: Carissa Di Gangi
How do you teach financial literacy? At ABC Life Literacy Canada, we talk about this question a lot.
16 November 2016
Author: Allison Homer and Glenna Harris
Last month, Vibrant Communities Canada (VCC) launched the Exploring Poverty Reduction Game Changers series. The series provided insight into their Game Changer approach to poverty reduction and evaluation, and highlighted eight priority areas and strategies that elicit an array of positive, significant, and cascading outcomes towards reducing poverty.
28 October 2016
Author: Maya Ramchandani
In a previous blog post I reflected on some of the financial difficulties faced by young people from care. I also talked about the importance of financially empowering youth from care, given that we’re required to be completely financially independent after 18 years of age.
30 September 2016
Author: Maya Ramchandani
I grew up in foster care. That’s why when I learned my colleagues at Prosper Canada were working with the Children’s Aid Foundation on an online financial literacy course tailored to young people in and from foster care I was interested.
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