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It’s never too late to start!

The financial education of our children should start early. CFEE's Talk With Our Kids About Money program provides teachers and parents with free tools and resources designed/geared to help them have relevant/age appropriate conversations about money.

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April 19, 2017 is the next Talk With Our Kids About Money Day. (The next TWOKAM Day for Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador is April 26, 2017.)

Over 500,000 students participate in 2016!

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Money Fairs; What are they?

A Money Fair is a fun way for students to learn about a money related topic. Students select a topic, prepare a presentation and present it. It’s a great way to showcase their work and share what they have learned.

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Gary Rabbior Speaks on the New Financial Literacy Pilot in Ontario High Schools

Gary Rabbior, President of the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education,...


When I heard that middle schools would have a chance to participate in this day (TWOKAM) and I saw how the day would play out, I couldn’t wait to be part of such a valuable learning opportunity for the youth and an awesome way for students to get involved in their learning about money in a positive, informative and “real” way.

Jill Johnson, Teacher, Nashwaaksis Middle School, Fredericton, New Brunswick

The more you establish saving habits at a young age, you’ll be better off throughout your life. Full Story

Jane Rooney, Canada's Financial Literacy Leader

Anytime you can get the conversation started between parents, students and teachers, it’s a good deal. Full Story

Kevin Sorenson, former Federal Minister of State (Finance)
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