Financial resources now available in 140 characters

Along with a new, interactive web site, FCAC starts Tweeting to raise awareness about finances.


by MoneySense staff
May 25th, 2011

Online only.


The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) has revamped their web site and developed a Twitter account and YouTube Channel to draw in more Canadians and help them achieve financial literacy.

Some of the new features focus on Canadian youth – there’s a YouTube video about the dangers of young consumers and credit cards, and the web site includes resources about starting a first job.

The new site design also offers a variety of calculators with the aim of helping consumers to select credit cards, shop for a mortgage, create a budget and choose a bank account.

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