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Benefits Canada

Industry aims to improve financial literacySome of Canada’s largest companies in the financial industry have teamed up with charity Prosper Canada and the City of Toronto to offer free financial coaching programs to low-income residents.

Financial Post

Kim Shannon wants Canada’s ‘Rodney Dangerfield’ market to get some respectFor the second time in the past few years, Kim Shannon, a relative value manager who formed Sionna Investment Managers a dozen years back, has revisited an old essay whose central thesis is there’s no point in being afraid of the local stock market. Shannon, whose firm plies its trade in the domestic market, argues Canada could become “The Rodney Dangerfield market,” in that we do not respect it enough.