Collective Kitchens in Edmonton

Cook inexpensive great tasting meals and meet friends at a Collective Kitchen! Collective Kitchens are groups of people who get together and cook meals together once or twice a month to have fun and save time and money while improving cooking skills. Everyone is welcome. There are kitchens that focus on cooking for families, single … Continue reading

Finishing High School – Under Age 19

ALIS (Alberta Learning Information Service) offers great advice for those 19 and under who are interested in finishing high school. Your age Whether you’re under or over age 20 makes a difference in your options for finishing high school. Whether you’re a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or Alberta resident also affects your options. To find out what … Continue reading

Finishing Highschool – Over 19 Years Old

ALIS offers advice for people over age 19 who are interested in finishing High School.  If you are UNDER age 19, you can finish your highschool through a local school board and there may be more funding options to help pay for your school. The below information is intended for those OVER age 19. Finishing … Continue reading

Empower U – Matched Savings Program for Women!

EMPOWER U EMPOWER U combines financial literacy programs with a 1:2 matched savings component. You learn about money and save money. Every dollar saved by group participants generates two dollars in matched contributions. Savings are used for designated asset purchases related to improving the quality of life, education or job training to facilitate long term … Continue reading

Alberta E4C Financial Management Hub

The Financial Management Hub is offers support in all money matters. What is offered? Help with money matters: setting financial goals making and sticking to a spending plan/ budget getting a bank account Acting as your Financial Administrator (managing money, bills, bank account) Advocating on your behalf, as needed One to one and group training … Continue reading

BGS Enterprises – Financial Literacy Courses

BGS Enterprises offers two financial literacy (budgeting, money management) classes that are FREE to the public: Financial Literacy: Level I “The Basics” (1 days) – see workshop schedule Financial Literacy: Level II “Credit” (1 day) see workshop schedule Register ONLINE or call 780-425-6655

Edmonton Financial Literacy Society

The Edmonton Financial Literacy Society provides financial literacy education workshops, courses, and training. The Edmonton Financial Literacy Society Suite #1 10865 96 Street ED, AB T5H 2K2 Phone: 780.944.1558 Some Interesting Links: Aboriginal Financial Literacy Program Budget Forms and Cool Tools

Low Income Tax Clinics – Get your taxes done!

  Volunteer Tax Preparation Clinics for all of Canada are listed on the Canada revenue agency website. For ALBERTA listings, click HERE. For EDMONTON listings, click HERE.   Here are the current listings for Edmonton, Alberta: Organization: Bredin Institute – Centre for Learning Contact person: Josephraj Arulappa Location: 500 9707-110 Street NW Edmonton, AB T5K … Continue reading

Free Food, Cheap Food, for Thanksgiving and Beyond

Edmonton’s Food Bank lists a variety of food related resources beyond their basic hamper services, including: A list of Free Thanksgiving Meals: A community meals map, HERE. It tells you some places you could go for free community meals in the City of Edmonton. WECAN Food Basket Society sells produce and meat in baskets at … Continue reading

Christian Radio Stations in Edmonton

AM 930 “The Light” SOME HIGHLIGHTS: • Dave Ramsay 1p.m. (a financial talk show). • K.P. Yohannan (Gospel for Asia) — also available online at 105.9 SHINE FM