Canadian Investor Protection Fund
CIPF provides protection to investors who are clients of dealer firms regulated by IIROC, in the event the firm becomes insolvent or ceases operations due to bankruptcy. Learn more from IIROC's investor alert. Canadian Securities Institute
Learn more about the Canadian Securities Course (CSC) and other financial services educational training.
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
Empowering consumers and promoting compliance. The FCAC website has tip sheets, publications and interactive tools on many financial products and services.Funny Money
IIROC contributes funding to the Funny Money for High Schools Assembly Program, which draws on humour to deliver its financial literacy program across the country.Get Smarter About Money
(Operated by the Investor Education Fund, IEF)
The IEF develops and promotes unbiased, independent financial information, programs and tools to help consumers make better financial and investing decisions. It was established as a non-profit organization by the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC).International Forum for Investor Education
IFIE’s goal is to improve investor education on a worldwide basis so that consumers in all jurisdictions are able to make informed choices about financial products and investments. Junior Achievement
JA empowers young people to own their economic success. Volunteer-delivered, K-12 programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire kids to dream big and reach their potential.
Investor education links to Canada’s 10 provincial and 3 territory regulators and their umbrella organization, the Canadian Securities Administrators: