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If you build it, will they save? The Canadian Education Savings Program through a Children's Savings Account Lens

Author(s): 
Lewis, Melinda
Black, Rachel
Project(s): 
Children's Savings Account
Publication type: 
Multimedia

In this webinar presentation, we'll be answering 3 core questions:

  • Why Canada and why now?
  • What are CSAs and what are they intended to achieve?
  • What can we learn about CSA programming and policy design by looking at Canada's experience?

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