Financial Literacy in Challenging Times

Financial Literacy in Challenging Times

Financial Literacy in Challenging Times

Date posted: November 4, 2020

COVID has had a big economic impact. This is reflected in this year’s focus for Financial Literacy Month – helping Canadians learn how to manage their finances in challenging times.
Financial Literacy Month 2020 infographic

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada provides tips and tools to help.

Looking for an introductory financial literacy program for adult learners?

ABC Money Matters offers a Money Matters Core program, Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples, and Money Matters for People with Diverse Abilities. Host organizations can organize workshops and receive support with print workbooks. There are also some online resources available for students to use on their own.

Looking for financial information addressing specific COVID concerns?

Chartered Professional Accountants Canada has created a COVID-19 financial literacy resources page to answer questions such as “I lost my job. What do I do now?”, “I’m a parent. What resources are available?”, “I’m a business owner. Where’s help?”, and more.

Coronavirus: Your Legal Questions Answered is a resource from People’s Law School that offers clear language guidance to British Columbians on common legal questions including those about money and debt, consumer questions and business questions.

Helping Canadians Manage Their Finances During COVID-19, from the Canadian Bankers Association, describes some financial literacy programs and relief programs, and includes links to the dedicated COVID-19 websites of various Canadian banks.

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