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FLOW Financial Literacy Workshop – Building Financial Resilience by Empowering Youth, Families and Communities

Did you know that 1 in 4 racialized families lives in poverty in Canada, compared to 1 in 20 non-racialized families? 41% of Chronically Poor immigrants have degrees. (“Chronically Poor” means living below the Low Income Cut-Off, LICO).

The Canadian Government has a 5-year National Financial Literacy Strategy with a mission to create a more accessible, inclusive and effective Financial Literacy ecosystem where every Canadian can build Financial Resilience in an increasingly digital world.

(Source: Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, and the Colour of Poverty Fact Sheet).

Join us for a 6-part seminar series on Building Financial Resilience & Sustainable Intergenerational Wealth. This is the introductory seminar, and the 6=part series will kick off in January 2023.