CPA Canada Financial Literacy Program
CPA Canada is working to address the growing social problem of financial literacy in Canada. They have developed a program which provides unbiased, functional and clear financial literacy information to the public.
November is Financial Literacy Month. This year's theme, invest in your financial well-being, encourages Canadians to take control of their finances and reduce financial stress by making a budget, having a savings and debt reduction plan, and understanding financial rights and responsibilities.
The program, delivered by CPA members, is available at no-cost and features over 40 different sessions. These sessions cover a variety of financial literacy topics, including sessions for Canadians at all stages of life, such as:
• New Canadians
• Elementary & high school students
• Post-Secondary students
• Small & medium business owners
• Remote Communities
Each session is designed to provide basic concepts and skills to the audience through presentations, interactive activities and/or case studies. To view the full program brochure, click here.
In Manitoba, over 85 no-cost financial literacy sessions have been held this year in partnership with schools, community centres, libraries and not-for-profit organizations across the province. Some employers have hosted sessions for their staff.
To celebrate, CPAs in Manitoba are volunteering to put on a series of Financial Literacy sessions, hosted at public libraries around Winnipeg, covering topics important to Manitobans. To register, visit winnipeg.ca/library. You will also find CPAs delivering sessions throughout the province for students, employees and the business community. If your organization would like to host a session, please book a session below.
Book a financial literacy session
Become a financial literacy volunteer
Already a volunteer? Find information on available sessions and program updates online.
We are grateful for the generous support of CPA Canada’s national development sponsor, Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life.
If you have additional questions, please contact:
CPA Manitoba Area Leader