We deliver free financial literacy education at the grassroots level through our national CPA member network. Our CPA members are professional financial experts who have a solid reputation and position of trust with Canadians. Their top priorities are protecting and acting in the public’s interest. They are active in their communities and have a long history of giving back. Key components financial literacy sessions — provided for free in local communities to targeted audiences financial literacy volunteer program — our national network of CPA member volunteers online information, tools and resources research publications A Parent's Guide to Raising Money-Smart Kids A Guide to Financial Decisions: Planning for the End of Life A Canadian's Guide to Money-Smart Living Protecting You and Your Money: A Guide to Avoiding Identity Theft and Fraud A Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement: How to retire in 10 years or less Survive and Thrive: Move ahead financially after losing your job Awards 2019 Excellence in Financial Literacy Education (E.I.F.L.E.) award (from Institute of Financial Literacy U.S.) for Adults' Education Program of the Year, Money Management – Disability: Accessing Your Benefits 2019 E.I.F.L.E. award for Adult's Book of the Year, General – Babie$: The Real Story of How Much They Cost – School Workshop: Pet Shop – Survive and Thrive: Move ahead financially after losing your job 2017 E.I.F.L.E. Legacy award – Cairine Wilson, Vice-President, Corporate Citizenship and National Leader Financial Literacy, CPA Canada – Fraud Protection for Seniors and Managing Finances in Retirement – A Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement: How to retire in 10 years or less – Post-secondary Program – Protecting You and Your Money: A Guide to Avoiding Identity Theft and Fraud – A Canadian’s Guide to Money-Smart Living We are grateful for the support of our national development sponsor . For questions regarding our program, please email us.