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Revamped TWOKAM, Money Fair, and new “My Money My Future Challenge” – Cash Prizes!

The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) has adapted its “Talk with Our Kids About Money” (TWOKAM) program so that it can be used online by Elementary Cycle Two-Three teachers and parents as an online program targeting Elementary Cycle Three and Secondary Cycle One students. As well, CFEE has launched a new online initiative for […]

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November 2020 Marks the 10th Anniversary of Financial Literacy Month

On November 19, students may join the free webinar, “It’s Your Money, Make it Count.” Financial Literacy Month provides opportunities for teachers and students to explore current resources that are easily manageable and fun. The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE), the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), and the Canadian Bankers Association have partnered […]

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Financial Literacy Month 2018

Financial Literacy Month: More Resources for Education

Every year, the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) hosts Financial Literacy Month throughout November. Resources for teachers and students are available on the FCAC website, as well as through the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) which organizes “Talk With Our Kids About Money” and the “Money Fair.” The FCAC helps coordinate the efforts of, […]

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TWOKAM: Talk with Our Kids about Money, April 18, 2018.

It’s never too late to start.” Talk with Our Kids About Money Day is coming up soon – April 18, 2018. Did you register your Secondary Level 1 class?

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Financial Literacy Boosts “Out of FOCUS”

The inauguration of the FOCUS students’ T-shirt printing project at Lindsay Place High School (LPHS) received a boost from an in-house brainstorming session with Brian Smith of the Canadian Federation for Economic Education (CFEE) which runs the financial literacy program: “Talk With Our Kids About Money.”

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