The State of Financial Literacy in Canada: How Much Do We Know?

(Disponible en français : État de la littératie financière au Canada : que savons-nous exactement?) Financial literacy includes the knowledge, skills and confidence people need to make informed choices about money. It enables Canadians to monitor and improve their personal finances. By exercising good financial practices, such as setting aside money for retirement, Canadians also…

International Women’s Day 2019: A Reflection on Women, Gender Equality and the 42nd Parliament

You may also wish to consult other HillNotes in honour of International Women’s Day (Disponible en français : La Journée internationale des femmes 2019 : une réflexion sur les femmes, l’égalité des sexes et la 42e législature) Women’s participation in Canadian politics and in the Parliament of Canada is longstanding. Over 100 years ago, women…

International Women’s Day: Understanding Gender-Responsive Budgeting

You may also wish to consult other HillNotes in honour of International Women’s Day (Disponible en français : Journée internationale des femmes : Comprendre la budgétisation sensible à la sexospécificité) International Women’s Day – observed every year on March 8th – provides Canadians with an opportunity to reflect on women’s achievements and to promote the advancement…

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Update – Women in Canada’s Parliament

You may also wish to consult other HillNotes in honour of International Women’s Day (Disponible en français : Mise à jour: Les femmes au Parlement du Canada) Note: This publication was updated in March, 2019: International Women’s Day 2019: A Reflection on Women, Gender Equality and the 42nd Parliament In 1921, Agnes Macphail was the…