Cautious Consumerism

Participants will learn ways to avoid the most common scams and fraud in Canada and what to do if they become a victim of identity theft.

Living Well on Retirement Income

Participants will learn ways to increase income, reduce expenses and live on a retirement income without having to rely on credit to get by.

Mind your Money: an Introduction to The Psychology of Spending

When it comes to getting consumers to make purchases, marketers have spent countless dollars and time towards understanding human behaviour. Participants will learn about various marketing techniques and strategies to resist temptation.

Mind your Money: an Introduction to Technology and Spending

Canadians spend an average of 11 hours a day on screen time. But what is happening when we do this? Are the things we view seemingly random or are they strategically catered to our wants and needs? Join us to learn about how marketers use our online behaviour to increase our spending and what we can do to counter that. 

The Truth about Credit

Participants will learn about the myths around credit, the facts around credit reports, credit ratings, and credit scores alongside strategies on how to protect or repair their credit.