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Junior Achievement of Canada Asks Canadians to… Take a Closer Look!

NATIONAL   |   Oct 04, 2011

French Version Follows/ La version française suit  Toronto, ON, October 04, 2011– As Financial Literacy Month approaches this November, it is important to take a closer look at the presence of standardized and formalized business education in elementary, middle and high school core curricula. It is equally important to take a closer look at the positive...

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"" will help Canadians find information about activities and events planned for the month

NATIONAL   |   Sep 29, 2011

Ottawa, September 28, 2011 – Fall is always a great time to get your house in order to prepare for the coming winter. And there is no better time for Canadians to get their finances in shape and strengthen their financial literacy. To help Canadians find the resources they need, the Financial Literacy Action Group (FLAG), in collaboration with the Financial Consumer...

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JA Canada Partners With Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC)

NATIONAL   |   Sep 22, 2011

September 20, 2011, Mississauga, Ontario– The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council has partnered with Junior Achievement of Canada (JACAN) to deliver supply chain career information to students across Canada. With JA’s tremendous reach, the Council’s opportunity to build awareness of supply chain careers has thereby expanded enormously. For over 55 years, JA...

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TELUS Helps Toronto Youth Achieve New Heights | TELUS smartphone campaign raises $250,000 for Junior Achievement of Canada

NATIONAL   |   Aug 24, 2011

Toronto, ON– TELUS and Junior Achievement of Canada today announced $250,000 has been raised to help support young Torontonians succeed in our global economy.   For more than 55 years Junior Achievement programs have helped more than 3.7 million young Canadians discover their business potential. In May, through an initiative designed to further realize the unlimited...

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Global Business Leaders Connect With World Youth in Canada’s “Limestone” City

NATIONAL   |   Aug 05, 2011

JA Canada™ and Queen’s School of Business Host Internationally Recognized Next Generation Leaders Forum in Kingston, Ontario   Many of the world’s top young business minds will descend on Queen’s University and Kingston, Ontario next week for Junior Achievement of Canada’s Next generation Leaders Forum (NGL). In its 41st year, this Forum,...

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