The ballooning cost of living has had a disproportionate impact on low-income households, 77.6% of whom are financially vulnerable or extremely financially vulnerable. Prosper Canada's recently commissioned study from the Financial Resilience Institute, shows the unarguable deteriorating state of finances of Canadian households.
Eloise Duncan (Founder and CEO Financial Resilience Institute) presents an Overview of Financial Vulnerability of Low-Income Canadians: A Rising Tide study data.
The overview is followed by a panel discussion on how increasing financial vulnerability is playing out in communities and how policymakers should respond.
Panel speakers are:
- Sasha McNicoll (Prosper Canada)
- Eloise Duncan, (Financial Resilience Institute)
- Louise Simbandumwe (SEED Winnipeg)
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Download the full Overview of Financial Vulnerability of Low-Income Canadians: A Rising Tide report here.
Presentation slides, handouts, and video time-stamps
Time-stamps for the video recording:
00:00 – Start
6:05 – Agenda and Introductions
8:24 – Overview of Financial vulnerability, of low-income Canadians: A rising tide (Speaker: Eloise Duncan)
25:40 – Panel discussion: how increasing financial vulnerability is playing out in community and how policy makers should respond.
45:35 – Q&A