Free Resources to Help Manage Debt
These videos offer information about bankruptcy, consumer proposals and other financial topics.
- Personal Bankruptcy Canada Trustee Member Google Hangouts
- Financial Literacy videos presented by PBC Member Trustees
- PBC Trustees in the Community
- Less is More video series with David Smith, CEO of Personal Bankruptcy Canada
Our worksheets are free to download and can be a great help when managing your finances, from household budgeting to holiday shopping.
Household Budget Worksheet
All great accomplishments start with a plan and achieving a healthy financial situation is no different. A solid budget you can stick to is your foundation for financial success. Rework it often as your needs change.
Financial Goals Worksheet
Setting financial goals is a huge part of your overall finances. Having something to work towards, in the short term or long, helps to focus your efforts and better divide your income.
Infographics can make complicated information or concepts easier to understand. If you’d like to use any of our info graphics, please feel free to contact us.
Personal Bankruptcy Canada Infographics
- Learn about the bankruptcy filing process in Canada with 6 Steps to Filing Bankruptcy in Canada
Personal Bankruptcy Canada and its Trustee Members understand the challenges you may be facing. We have gathered these listings below in an attempt to help you find the resources you need in one spot. These resources are primarily national, but you will find more local listings on our province and territory pages.
Try the Benefits Finder for a customized list of federal, provincial and territorial programs and services.
Canadian Financial Literacy Centre
The Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL), is dedicated to supporting financial literacy capacity across Canada.
Canadian Red Cross
A personal disaster typically affects a single family. It could be a house fire or sewage backup. When personal disasters strike, the Canadian Red Cross provides food, shelter, clothing and essential supplies for up to 72 hours.
Through a network of trained volunteers throughout the country, the Canadian Red Cross can respond to disasters quickly wherever and whenever they strike. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Financial Consumer Agency Canada
The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is here to provide you with the knowledge you need to make decisions about finances that are right for you.
Provides links to advocacy resources along with hints about applying for welfare, housing, EI and more.