CFEE's President Gary Rabbior appeared on Global News Morning Winnipeg to discuss a new collaborative financial literacy project with Manitoba called Portals in which Talk With Our Kids About Money will play a key role. (Friday, June 8, 2018) Click here to ...More
CFEE's President Gary Rabbior was interviewed on the Geoff Currier show (CJOB 680 News) in Winnipeg to discuss CFEE's work with the Manitoba Department of Education and Training on PORTALS – a new multi-faceted program to help improve financial capability. Manitoba is ...More
On the third Wednesday in April, parents and teachers across Canada were having “The Talk” with kids. It had nothing to do with sex education, but rather another subject that can make people uncomfortable: money. [caption id="attachment_7381" align="alignnone" ...More
In this radio clip from AM590 VOCM, Darrel Brenton, Math Teacher at Villanova Junior High School in Newfoundland, discusses some of the Talk With Our Kids About Money Day activities he did with his Grade 7 students for TWOKAM Day 2018. Some ...More
Rick Glumac: Wednesday, April 18, has been proclaimed Talk With Our Kids About Money Day. On this day, we raise the bar on the level of financial literacy education in our public schools and improve the financial skills of all Canadians. ...More
Many adults know how expensive holidays are and how alluring the marketing can be, but Alexandria Alikakos and Gabriela Babineau, both 13, were inspired to find out for themselves. [caption id="attachment_7306" align="alignnone" width="1200"] Students from Hilltop Middle School in ...More
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