Upcoming Financial Literacy Events

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Mind Your Money: an Introduction to the Psychology of Spending (Jan. 26th, PM session)

Increasing your financial literacy skills can have a positive impact on mental health. Join the SIEC and Gary Rusyn from the Canadian Credit Counselling Society to learn about how marketing strategies impact our spending choices, and what consumers can do to make wise spending choices. This webinar and the morning session are open to Saskatchewan high school students, so teachers are encouraged to register their classes!

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Mind Your Money: an Introduction to the Psychology of Spending (Jan 26th, AM Session)

Increasing your financial literacy skills can have a positive impact on mental health. Join the SIEC and Gary Rusyn from the Canadian Credit Counselling Society to learn about how marketing strategies impact our spending choices, and what consumers can do to make wise spending choices. The two webinars on January 26th are open to Saskatchewan high school students, so teachers are encouraged to register their classes!

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Saving Money for Travel (Webinar)

Travelling has sadly been one of the many things on “pause” during the current pandemic – yet one of the things people are really looking forward to being able to do again. In this webinar, we discuss saving for travel, so you’re prepared and ready when the travel industry opens back up.

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Navigating the World of Influencers (Webinar)

Marketing and advertising has changed dramatically over the past years, particularly with the huge shift to online, and explosion of social media. One growing tactic companies are using, is leveraging popular social media users and accounts, or “Influencers”, to market and promote their products on their behalf. In this webinar, we examine why you have to be cautious and how to talk to kids about being conscious about this selling approach

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