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 Babie$: How to Afford Your Bundle of Joy Raising Money-Smart Kids: How to Teach Your Kids About Money A Canadian's Guide to Money-Smart Living Love and money: Conversations to have before you get married The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement: A financial guide to retiring in 10 years or less Uncovering fraud: True stories about fraud, fraudsters and how they got caught Survive and Thrive: Move ahead financially after losing your job Uncoupling: The Ugly Truth About Divorce and Finances The Last Act: Closing the Book on Your Finances Awards Excellence in Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) awards from the Institute of Financial Literacy U.S.: 2023 Adults’ Book of the Year, Money Management – Uncoupling – The Ugly Truth about Divorce and Finances 2023 Adults’ Book of the Year, Risk Management – The Last Act – Closing The Book on Your Finances 2023 Adults' Education Program of the Year, Money Management – Owing Your Financial Identity series 2022 Adults’ Education Program of the Year, General – Mastering Money Podcast 2021 Best Adult’s Book of the Year, General – Love and Money: Conversations To Have Before You Get Married 2020 Adults’ Education Program of the Year, Money Management – “Stretching Your Dollar” Low-Income Canadians Sessions 2019 Adults' Education Program of the Year, Money Management – Disability: Accessing Your Benefits 2019 Adults’ Book of the Year, General – Babie$: The Real Story of How Much They Cost 2018 Best Children’s Education Program, Financial Responsibility and Decision Making – School Workshop: Pet Shop 2017 Adults’ Education Program of the Year, Money Management – Survive and Thrive: Move ahead financially after losing your job 2017 Legacy award – Cairine Wilson, Vice-President, Corporate Citizenship and National Leader Financial Literacy, CPA Canada 2016 Adults’ Education Program of the Year, Risk Management – Fraud Protection for Seniors and Managing Finances in Retirement 2016 Adults’ Book of the Year, General – A Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement: How to retire in 10 years or less 2015 Best Children’s Education Program, Credit and Debit – Post-secondary Program 2015 Best Adults’ Book of the Year, Risk Management – Protecting You and Your Money: A Guide to Avoiding Identity Theft and Fraud 2014 Best Non-Profit Organization of the Year 2013 Best Adults’ Book of the Year – A Canadian’s Guide to Money-Smart Living 2017 The Accountant and International Accounting Bulletin award (U.K.) for Thought Leadership Initiative of the year: Professional bodies – CPA Canada’s Financial Literacy Program Proudly sponsored by Canada Life, our National Development Sponsor. For questions regarding our program, please email us.