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The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization, founded in 1974, that works to improve economic, financial, and enterprising capability.

CFEE works collaboratively with our funding partners, departments of education, school boards, schools, educators, and teacher associations to develop and provide free, non-commercial programs and resources for teachers and students – developed and reviewed by educators.

CFEE also has a range of programs to assist newcomers to Canada as they look to settle and integrate into their new country.

Learn the 101 of Financial Literacy

With a fun, dynamic guide that makes money feel empowering, financial literacy becomes a life-long habit that pays dividends.

Learning About Money Doesn’t Have to be Boring!

A series of short vignettes produced for CFEE by Just For Laughs Gags focusing on money and highlighting money challenges, along with supporting tips and teaching material.

Your Big Idea Could Earn You $10,000

The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) and CIBC are challenging Canada’s youth to apply their creativity and skills to create new tools and resources to help other young Canadians improve their financial knowledge for a chance to give high school-aged youth (14-18) the opportunity to win $10,000*!

A Fun and Virtual Way to Explore the World of Money – and Win a Prize!

Enter CFEE’s Virtual Money Fair competition this year. Learn about money and possibly win $$ at the same time.

A Guide to Financial Literacy

The world of money is one area where many people often feel they lack control. Many, if not most, Canadians never had much in the way of financial education – at school or from parents. We hope to change that for the next generation. [Note to Parents and Teachers – Guides are with each Module.]