financial literacy

Academos launches financial literacy campaign

(Press release) The Academos organization is launching a digital campaign to develop the financial knowledge of young people aged 14 to 22 and to interest them in the benefits of sound management of their personal finances, in collaboration with Desjardins and Finance Montréal.

Financial literacy program for students across the country gets a facelift

In conjunction with Financial Literacy Month, the Canadian Bankers Association is launching the modernized version of its Your Money for Students program, a free financial literacy seminar for students.

A voice for young people: towards civic and financial education

Quebec teachers have until March 2 to register for the Student Budget Consultations, a civic and financial education program launched by CIVIX-Quebec.

Ideas to mark “Let's talk about money with our children” day

Today, across Canada, thousands of teachers, parents and children are talking about money in the classroom and at home.

November, Financial Literacy Month #MLF2015

November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada. On this occasion, we can take the opportunity to discover some interesting resources to talk about in class!

The FinÉcoLab: an economic education simulation

The Center interuniversitaire de recherche en analyze des organizations (CIRANO) offers free interactive educational experiences in economic literacy, to be enjoyed on a computer or tablet, intended for secondary 5 and CEGEP classes.

Desjardins offers new free and turnkey educational activities

The Mouvement Desjardins is offering a new series of educational activities with educational objectives related to finance and cooperation, with an entrepreneurial flavor.

Educate Elementary Students About Financial Literacy

The BIM team of Société GRICS responded to the call for tenders from the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) with the aim of producing disciplinary tasks at the elementary level to make students aware of financial literacy. These 12 tasks are available for free.

A game to learn to count… his money!

Serious games are more and more popular, especially to make young people aware of social issues. For the past ten years, the American researcher Jane McGonical has been working in this direction. Inspired by her work, Simiixi Creation, a young Montreal company specializing in immersive games, decided to create a new game on financial literacy.

Play online to learn how to manage your finances

Canada - The Canadian version of the interactive and educational game, Financial Soccer, which combines the rules of soccer and financial management was recently launched by Visa Canada.