About SaskMoney

SaskMoney is a one-stop-shop for educators working to increase the financial literacy skills of their students. This Saskatoon Industry Education Council (SIEC) program is built by teachers to provide resources and activities that connect directly to 54 modules in Saskatchewan’s Financial Literacy curricula.


The SIEC acknowledges the following Saskatchewan educators who helped create and curate these resources:

Aaron Adair

Saskatoon Industry Education Council

Margot Arnold 

South East Cornerstone School Division

Chantelle Bear

Saskatoon Tribal Council

Albert Couture

Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools

Bill Fahlman

Saskatoon Industry Education Council

Dylan Hart

Regina Public Schools

Shona Iverson

Saskatoon Public Schools

Jill Labas

Regina Public Schools

Cindy Lowe

Chinook School Division

Barbara McKinnon

Ministry of Education

Derrick Morin

Saskatoon Public Schools

Connie Perrault

Regina Catholic Schools

Paul Raycroft

Horizon School Division

Janet Uchacz-Hart

Saskatoon Industry Education Council

Arden Wipf

Saskatoon Public Schools

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Our History

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council (SIEC) started SaskMoney in the Spring of 2019 with a goal of creating a program where Saskatchewan teachers can easily gather content connected to curricular outcomes. 


In the summer of 2019, the SIEC gathered 11 educators to curate and create resources for 13 modules suggested for middle years classrooms in the provincial FL 20/30 curriculum, and they prepared resources for the Money Fair program. 


In the summer of 2020, a second teacher writing group developed content for the core Financial Literacy 20/30 modules.


SaskMoney.ca was launched in November 2020. The program now features features 55 modules-worth of activities, resources, and original projects and videos that can be used across the province.


The SIEC continues to support Middle Years teachers with hosting Money Fairs, and secondary students are now entering projects in the Student SaskMoneyMinute contest.


To support Saskatchewan teachers, the SIEC continues to offer professional learning sessions (in-person and virtual) focused on using the SaskMoney program and instructional best practices to ensure that youth are engaged in such an important topic.

Professional Learning Services

SaskMoney offers professional learning sessions for teachers who are instructing Financial Literacy curricula! If teachers could use some extra support instructing middle years or secondary courses, please use the contact form below and check the box to arrange an in-person or virtual PD session!

Contact SIEC

The SIEC is always looking for partners to help create content and/or participate in our events! If you or your organization would like to get involved, please fill out a contact form.

Phone: (306) 683-7772
Saskatoon Industry Education Council
441 Witney Ave. N.
Saskatoon, SK S7L 3M6

SaskMoney is a one-stop-shop for educators working to increase students’ financial literacy skills.

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