Publications

Prosper Canada collaborates with policy makers, academics and frontline workers to build a base of evidence concerning strategies for action that empower low-income and vulnerable families.

2015
This brief overview of the financial literacy needs of Aboriginal peoples was generated through consultations with experts in the field and insights shared by TD Financial Literacy Grant Fund recipients.
2015
This report describes the reach and impact of the TD Financial Literacy Grant Fund and the nature and diversity of the community financial literacy field in Canada today. It distills learning and insights of grantees with respect to financial literacy needs.
2015
This report summarizes research undertaken in response to growing demand from low-income consumers for personalized financial support to help them tackle financial challenges like debt, difficulty accessing benefits, and financial planning for the future.
2015
This report summarizes research undertaken in response to growing demand from low-income consumers for personalized financial support to help them tackle financial challenges like debt, difficulty accessing benefits, and financial planning for the future.
2015
Prosper Canada responds to the Ontario government’s consultation paper, Key Design Questions ,with five recommendations addressing the need for all seniors to have an income adequate to meet their basic needs and afford them a life of dignity and full social inclusion.
2014
A submission by the Asset Building Learning Exchange (ABLE) in response to the federal government’s consultation on strengthening the financial literacy of designated priority groups. This report provides recommendations to ensure all vulnerable Canadians can access quality, unbiased financial information, education and advice and provides examples and further solutions for overcoming some of the barriers they may face.
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