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November Financial Literacy Month

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), a government body which ensures that federally regulated entities comply with consumer protection measures, promotes November as Financial Literacy Month.

The FCAC works with members of the private, public and non-profit sectors in an effort to improve financial literacy of Canadians. Throughout the month, organizations are encouraged to host events, and individuals are encouraged to attend, sessions that help Canadians learn how to improve their knowledge of financial rights and responsibilities, including with respect to money management, accountability with debt, and saving for the future.

In conjunction with Financial Literacy Month, on November 14th, CPBI Ontario hosted a half-day seminar focused on the challenges and developments facing the pension and benefits industry in the next decade.

CPBI Ontario’s programming initiatives aim to promote ongoing financial literacy amongst individuals and to help organizations to educate their employees, clients and customers.

CPBI Ontario’s next session, “Pension Investment Forecast 2020”, will take place on January 16, 2020, and will include perspectives from economists, lawyers, portfolio managers and accountants. We look forward to seeing you there!

Canadians learn how to improve their knowledge of financial rights and responsibilities, including with respect to money management, accountability with debt, and saving for the future.


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