/ CORRECTION from the supply – Canadian Basis for Financial Training /

In the press release Declaration of the regional winners in the Financial Literacy program at Canadaretransmitted June 6, 2022 The company announces from the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education on CNW News that names have been added to the finalists section. The complete and corrected copy is as follows:

Announcement of regional winners in the financial literacy program in Canada

The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) has teamed up with CIBC to launch the My Money, My Future Canadian Financial Literacy Challenge, which gives high school students a chance to win $ 10,000.

TORONTO, June 6, 2022 / CNW / – The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) and its partner, CIBC, today announced nine (9) finalists for the My Money, My Future Canadian Financial Literacy Challenge. In the last six months, young people from all over the world Canada they were encouraged to use their creativity, talent and passion to create tools and resources to help their colleagues improve their financial knowledge and skills.

CIBC has been supporting the My Money, My Future call for the second year in a row. The team won last yearOttawa.

The finalists of 2022 will now advance to the national competition, where a major national jury will decide who will win the generous prizes.

National competition award:

1ehm the price :

$ 10,000 for further education or training – awarded to the winning individual or equal members of the winning team

2e the price :

$ 5,000 complete education or training – provided to an individual or an equal part of a team member in 2e town square

3e the price :

$ 2,500 complete education or training – provided to an individual or an equal part of a team member in 3e town square

National arbitrators include:

  • Maguy MouradSenior Manager, Mobile Mortgage Consulting, CIBC
  • Elizabeth MulhollandCEO of Prosperity Canada
  • Judith RobertsonCommissioner of the Financial Consumers Agency of Canada

Join us Thursday, June 16, 2022about noon (ET), to present the projects of the finalists and announce the winners. Young people, teachers, parents, the media and the general public are invited to a one-hour national competition, which will be broadcast on YouTube and Facebook. Register at https://mailchi.mp/cfee/mon-argent-mon-avenir-2022.

Here are the finalists:

  • Emma EkemezieDartmouth (Nova Scotia)
  • Adrienne HemmingsSaint John (New Brunswick)
  • Sydney Keating and Aimee Jones – Weyburn (Saskatchewan)
  • Laïla Lescot, Sarah Leshob and Elena Feddog – Montreal (Quebec)
  • Kiyan Merali a Kevin Paul– Calgary (alberta)
  • Danika NellBoissevain (Manitoba)
  • Tara Onayoade – Brandon (Manitoba)
  • Dayna XiaoKanata (Ontario)
  • Alžbeta ZouováVancouver (British Columbia)

An overview of their projects is available at https://defimonargentmonavenir.ca/

The winning proposals and the proposals of many regional nominations will be presented on the website for teachers, parents and young people, which will allow them to learn about financial matters, learn financial skills and better build a bright financial future.

“The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education is excited to partner with CIBC to provide this exceptional and creative program and incredible incentives to participate. This year’s challenge builds on last year’s success and will create a wealth of resources created by young people to help other young people learn about money while providing teachers and parents with valuable educational tools. »
Gary Rabbior, President of the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education

“We are very pleased to be working with the CFEE again to help young Canadians improve their financial literacy.said Carissa Lucreziano, vice president of financial and investment advice at CIBC. We look forward to continuing to support young Canadians who are creatively creating valuable financial instruments that will benefit the next generation. »

About CFEE

Founded in 1974, the CFEE is a federally based, non-partisan, non-profit organization. Its role is to strengthen financial and economic literacy Canada and develop business skills. The CFEE works closely with government ministries, including education departments, as well as school boards, teachers and teachers’ associations. In addition, the CFEE is involved in activities to support and assist immigrants and immigrants Canada, as well as the general public through printed resources, videos, workshops and online resources. Overall, the CFEE aims to help Canadians of all ages better manage their economic roles and responsibilities while enabling them to make financial decisions with confidence and ability.

About CIBC

CIBC is a leading North American financial institution with 11 million personal and corporate customers, including institutional and public sector customers. Through personal and small business banking, commercial banking and asset management and capital markets, CIBC offers a range of advice, solutions and services through its prominent digital banking network and its branches around the world. Canada, in the United States and around the world. For more press releases and CIBC information, visit www.cibc.com/en/about-cibc/media-centre.html.

RESOURCE Canadian Foundation for Economic Education

Further information: Other information: Person providing francophone resources, Brian Smith, FCEE, 514 817-3941, [email protected]; English speaking contact person, Joseph Clark, CFEE, Tel. : 905 726-3438, Cell. : 416 893-8772, [email protected]

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