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This infographic reflects findings from the Financial Literacy for Ontarians project. The Centre for Financial Literacy provided financial literacy training to more than 75 Ontario community organizations serving Aboriginal Peoples, newcomers to Canada, youth, women, and families with children through this project.
In 2010, SEDI launched the financial Literacy Evaluation Project (FLEP), a pan-Canadian strategy to promote the effective monitoring and evaluation of community-based financial literacy activities. This report covers findings on financial evaluation in Canada.
This report assesses what we currently know about the impacts and limitations of financial literacy programs for vulnerable Canadians and highlights the next set of research, policy and practice questions.
This report informs and stimulates a policy dialogue about community-based financial literacy programming as a meaningful support for vulnerable Canadians.
This report describes the design and field test of a 16-item quiz designed to measure personal financial literacy or capability in Canada that enables comparisons to national population and sub-­population results.
This paper is SEDI's response to a consultation paper of the Task Force on Financial Literacy. It provides recommendations for the Task Force's national strategy on financial literacy to help ensure it is inclusive and accessible to vulnerable populations.
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