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31 March 2021
The Toronto Star // Advocates for low-income Canadians say the government needs to invest in community financial help services, or risk leaving hundreds of thousands of Canadians out of the COVID-19 recovery.   Elizabeth Mulholland, CEO of charity Prosper Canada, said the COVID-19 pandemic has made life harder, riskier and more expensive for low-income Canadians. ...
24 March 2021
Submitted by ACEF du Nord de Montréal   Français Do you know how your credit report affects your life and your ability to meet some of your basic needs, such as obtaining housing, a job or even insurance? Originally, credit reports were used by banks and other lenders to check your ability to repay credit. Today, the reasons for its use have exploded. ...
24 March 2021
Since the onset of the pandemic we have seen an extraordinary increase in liquid savings. As a society our spending and saving habits have changed significantly.  In Canada alone, the savings rate in the first half of 2020 increased to 28.2 per cent, up from 3.6 per cent before the pandemic. This behaviour points to our need to be “financially secure”. Ye...


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7 April 2021
Author: Wendy Abbott-Serroul
We are pleased to share Maple Leaf Centre for Action on Food Security's latest blog: "Prosper Canada helps Canadians overcome financial barriers to food security", highlighting our partnership. Together, we will be evaluating the extent to which access to benefit services for Canadians living on low incomes leads to reduced food insecurity.  

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