Each One Teach One

In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, we are pleased to announce we will be joining with credit unions from across the region in offering an Each One, Teach One Workshop with our community partners during the month of November.

What is the Each One Teach One Financial Literacy Program?


Each One, Teach One is an approach to providing the basic and plain language financial knowledge, in a community, by volunteer staff from your credit union. Our sole goal is to empower individuals to make the right financial decisions for themselves and their families.

What type of information is offered?

01 – Introduction to Basic Banking 02 – Introduction to Basic Budgeting
03 – Why Filing Taxes in Canada is a Good Idea 04 – Credit Cards and Prepaid Cards
05 – Loans You Don’t Want 06 – Loans: Costs and Obligations
07 – Debt Smarts 08 – Building a Healthy Credit History
09 – Identity Theft and Fraud Prevention 10 – RRSPs & TFSAs
11 – Introduction to Registered Education Savings Plans 12 – Understanding Contracts
13 – Financial Wellness for Seniors 14 – Home Readiness A: Renting vs. Owning
15 – Home Readiness B: Cost of Ownership 16 – Home Readiness C: Finding the Right Home
17 – Home Readiness D: Professional Help