This section provides the latest news and initiatives from the AMF and its financial education partners.
Consult the AMF’s latest orientations and initiatives to improve Quebeckers’ financial health.
Resources and activities for teaching financial education and personal finances to elementary and secondary schools and college students.
Tools to discover
Taught by McGill professors, the course consists of eight on-line modules that cover the fundamental concepts of finance, including borrowing, real estate, budgeting and investing.
Educational kit that includes five activities and approaches financial literacy from a socioeconomic perspective.
Québec financial education strategy
Québec Financial Education Strategy (pdf - 3 MB)This link will open in a new windowUpdated on 10 June 2019The Québec Financial Education Strategy (the “Strategy”) is a wide-ranging collaborative
Launched in 2015, the Québec Financial Education Strategy is an AMF-led project aimed at mobilizing financial education organizations and specialists and consolidating their activities. The latest edition sets out the major orientations and initiatives adopted for 2019 through 2022.
Download the 2015-2018 Activity Report (pdf - 106 KB)This link will open in a new windowUpdated on 28 August 20182015-2018 Activity Report - Québec Financial Education Strategy
Charter of essential skills for financial well-being (pdf - 998 KB)This link will open in a new windowUpdated on 2 March 2018Charter of essential skills for financial well-being
As part of the Québec Financial Education Strategy, key stakeholders in financial education worked together to establish a charter of essential skills for financial well-being. The charter offers specialists in this field an inventory of the essential financial skills that consumers should acquire. This tool is will evolve over time: skills could be added and others removed.
Be part of the Québec network of financial education specialists and find out about events, campaigns and educational tools designed to help Quebeckers be aware consumers of financial products and services.
Mandatory financial education course
Following the addition of a mandatory financial education course to the Secondary V program, the AMF partnered with the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail and the Office de la protection du consommateur to develop various teaching activities.
The proposed material This link will open in a new window, including teacher’s guides and student worksheets, is intended to build on the program’s primary competency: Take a position on a financial issue.
The activities relate to topics such as budgeting, credit, saving, investing and borrowing. These teaching activities have not been submitted to the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur for approval. Teachers should refer to the material provided by their school board as a first step.
Financial Education Day
Every year, Financial Education Day brings together more than 90 financial education specialists from financial institutions, regulatory bodies, teaching establishments, and consumer organizations.
The 2019 Financial Education Day took place in Montreal on April 30th.
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