Connect with Financial Literacy 2013

Did you know that the month of November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada?

To highlight the importance and awareness of financial literacy, Carrefour jeunesse-emploi Connectde Côte-des-Neiges and its initiative partners will be hosting, “Connect with Financial Literacy 2013” a Financial Literacy Promotional Day Event on Friday November 22, 2013 at the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec.  475, boulevard de Maisonneuve East Room M.450.  From 10:30am – 4pm.

The purpose of the activity is to increase the awareness of financial literacy to the general public across the province of Quebec. The event will consist of promotional booths from the following financial literacy partners and key stakeholders:

  • ING DIRECT
  • De Billy-Tremblay
  • Autorité des marchés financiers
  • Réseau des Carrejours Jeunesse-Emploi du Québec
  • Carrejour Jeunesse-Emploi Notre Dame de Grâce
  • Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
  • Credit Canada – SOS Dettes
  • Académie de Trésor
  • Jamaican Canadian Community Women’s League of Montreal Inc.
  • Youth Stars Foundation
  • Éducaloi
  • Atwater Library
  • Bank of Canada
  • McGill University
  • Fondation J. Armand Bombardier
  • Canadian Bankers Association

Several projects that have made special contributions to financial literacy will be highlighted. The day will end with a panel discussion on financial literacy with specialists from the financial industry.   Please follow MonnaieMoney Twitter feed for updates of who will be present throughout the day.

If you wish to keep informed on the activities at Connect with Financial Literacy 2013 on November 22nd. 2013, use the hashtag, “#monnaiemoney2013” on Twitter and Instagram.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Brian Smith at (514) 342-5678 ext. 228 / (514) 817-3941 or via email at brian.smith@monnaiemoney.com

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