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4 November 2014
Author: Ana Fremont
Many Canadian households are struggling to get by and are caught in a vicious cycle of debt and poor credit, without any savings to rely on in case of emergencies or loss of income. 
18 February 2014
Author: Kate Martin
Can a financial literacy program deliver knowledge and shift behaviours so that people living on low incomes can make informed decisions when it comes to their personal finances? Credit unions think so.
28 November 2013
Author: Elizabeth Mulholland
In SEDI’s recent submission to the Ontario government’s Poverty Reduction Strategy consultation, we strongly encouraged the government to take advantage of a new community approach to reducing poverty called Financial Empowerment.
1 October 2013
Author: Sean Muir
The Healthy Aboriginal Network (HAN) created The Game Plan, our financial literacy comic book. It’s about Jake, an 18 year old that is forced to learn the hard way that we are what we do in life, not what we own. The production of the comic was funded by the TD Financial Literacy Grant Fund.
11 April 2013
Author: Lynne Woolcott
For 10 years, the FAPS Program has worked with low-income people to address their financial issues, including financial literacy and exclusion.
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