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How to respond to rising interest rates?

Since the last hike in September, the key interest rate is now 3.75%. This remarkable increase reflects the Bank of Canada’s desire to rein in skyrocketing inflation, which is at a record high of well over 7%.

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5 good reasons to become a School Caisse member

It’s never too early to learn how to be smart with money! For more than 75 years now, the School Caisse program has been helping children achieve financial independence.

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Minimalism: Consuming less, enjoying life more

The less is best concept has been gaining popularity, particularly among the younger generation.

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Cybersecurity: The basics

We take nothing lightly when it comes to cybersecurity. Count on us to provide you with all the information and support you need to guide you in protecting your personal data.

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Consume better, live better

Ask yourself the following questions before making any purchase:

Is this really a need?
Can I buy it second hand?
Can I wait for it to go on sale?
Would a less expensive version be ok?

Being aware of your real needs leads us to make thoughtful choices about our consumption habits. The goal is not to deprive yourself, but to prioritize.


Set a simple and realistic monthly budget

Evaluate your spending habits by creating a detailed list of your expenses and incomes.

The "Budget Calculator" tool can give you the hand you need.

Following a budget is not always easy, but it is the starting point of good financial management.