Money Talks

The Discourse is reporting an eight-part series on financial literacy and inequality in British Columbia. This reporting is driven by responses to our public survey on the problems and potential solutions in our communities.

We’re reporting on the generational wealth gap, grassroots financial literacy initiatives, the unequal impacts of high inflation, calls to support a living wage, the push for accessible post-secondary education and related topics, surfaced by our communities.

We are learning that community organizing and collective action are critical to the push for greater financial equality and accessibility.

This series is made possible through the financial support of Coast Capital, a member-owned cooperative. The Discourse reporting this series with full editorial independence; Coast Capital is not involved in the story selection, reporting and editing process.

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