Credit Education Week Canada evolves into a year-round effort
It’s been 13 years since the first Credit Education Week Canada (CEWC). Through years of teaching, learning and raising the importance of credit education across Canada, we have helped thousands of Canadians with financial wellness.
Traditionally, CEWC takes place during Financial Literacy Month in November, as part of a country-wide effort to raise financial literacy awareness and the importance of proper credit education. This year, CEWC will be taking its model online. Going forward, Credit Canada is dedicating itself to a 365-day effort to elevate the credit education discussion and ensure Canadians have access to free resources all year round.
As the country continues to pass through the prism of pandemic panic and face up to unprecedented financial challenges, equipping Canadians with the knowledge and tools to manage their finances and mitigate stress is more important than ever.
I would like to thank all our valued CEWC partners over the last 13 years. In 2020 and beyond there will be opportunities to support and sustain our national effort, and I hope we all continue to carry this crucial message to consumers together.
Co-CEO of Credit Canada