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Financial Vulnerability of Low-Income Canadians: A Rising Tide
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This report is about the financial resilience and financial well-being of Canadians with low incomes based on the Seymour Financial Resilience Index ® 

It provides a call to action for more targeted support from policymakers, financial institutions and community non profit organizations for low-income households and Canadian households who are more financially vulnerable. This is particularly important given inequities, systemic barriers and challenges many of these households face, along with difficulties in accessing financial help.

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Author: Eloise Duncan, Kujtim Koci
Topic: Financial well-being
Publisher: Financial Resilience Institute
Location: Canada
Format: Report
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: November 14, 2022