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Financial Literacy for Everyone
Canada’s Peter Pig’s Money Counter

NEW Canada’s Peter Pig’s Money Counter
Learning about money is fun with Peter Pig. Kids can practice identifying, counting and saving money while learning fun facts about Canadian currency with this interactive educational game.
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Give your students a deeper understanding of money management with curriculum offered by Choices & Decisions: Taking charge of your financial life™.
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Financial Soccer
The new 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil game is here. Is your financial knowledge ready for a workout?
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Financial Literacy is a year-round focus at the Toronto Public Library

While Financial Literacy Month may be coming to a close, we believe financial education resources should be available to all Canadians, no matter the time of year. That is why we have partnered with the Toronto Public Library to ensure all library patrons – young and old – have access to the tools they need to manage their money wisely.

Visa Canada, in partnership with the Toronto Public Library, is offering support in three key areas:

  • Program events between January and March 2018, to help Torontonians start the year off right with clear financial goals, information and support;
  • Toronto Public Library Youth Hubs, which will provide support to youths in grades 7-12 with quality, after school programming, including career preparedness and homework help. Visa will provide each Youth Hub with Visa financial tool kits, as well as feature program events during the year;
  • Financial literacy programming at all branch locations throughout the calendar year, increasing access to financial expertise and expert-led programming, enabling Torontonians at any stage of life or financial situation, to get access to the tools they need to plan and restructure their finances;

Visa Canada also extends financial education tips and tools to empower educators and enable student learning. Practicalmoneyskills.ca provides educators with access to lesson plans and interactive games to help arm students with financial knowledge. Popular tools include financial calculators, educational comic books, apps and interactive games, personal finance articles and curriculum.

Visa is helping to empower Torontonians with the tools to increase financial knowledge and develop healthy financial habits for the future. To find out more about the financial literacy services available at the Toronto Public Library, visit tpl.ca/personalfinance.