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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.

The majority of our publications are provided in accessible formats. For publications that do not meet this requirement, an accessible format is available on request at info@prospercanada.org.

2021
Canada’s external complaint handing structures and processes play a critical role in levelling the playing field for consumers and financial service providers, helping to offset the inevitable imbalance of power between large financial institutions and individual consumers. Prosper Canada welcomes the opportunity to provide recommendations for strengthening what is currently a weak and inadequate alternative dispute resolution system.
2021
Le Projet national des champions de l’autonomisation financière a permis de soutenir des organismes communautaires sans but lucratif et leurs partenaires locaux dans l’élaboration, la mise en oeuvre et l’élargissement de la portée d’interventions avérées en matière d’autonomisation financière.
2021
The National Financial Empowerment Champions (NFEC) Project supported leading non-profit community organizations and their local partners to develop, implement and scale proven financial empowerment (FE) interventions across Canada with the aim of improving the financial well-being of over one million Canadians.
2021
This pre-budget submission to the House of Commons Finance Committee provides recommendations on actions and investments to enable all Canadians to participate in an inclusive and equitable economic recovery.
2021
This report shares insights on the remote financial help services of community agencies in Manitoba, British Columbia, and Ontario, co-designed with Bridgeable in response to COVID-19.
2021
This report summarizes discussions from a policy research symposium held on March 9, 2018, exploring the question: Growing household financial instability: Is income volatility the hidden culprit? Participants included 50 representatives from all sectors with an interest in strengthening household financial health in the US and Canada.
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