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November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada

November 1, 2022

A pioneer and leader in education savings KALEIDO is constantly improving its product range to give families a real helping hand

Today is the first day of November, Financial Literacy Month, and in the third week of the month, November 14 to 18, the focus will be on education savings. A pioneer and leader in education savings for nearly 60 years, KALEIDO supports families by constantly updating and improving its product range to provide an unparalleled customer experience. The Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a financial tool that allows all families—and all budgets!—to take advantage of generous government grants, but it is still not as well-known as it should be.

“These are particularly stressful economic times for everyone. Inflation and rising interest rates are forcing Quebecers to ask themselves a lot of questions about their family finances. That’s where KALEIDO comes in with an RESP that does more, a simple, flexible tool for families, no matter what their budget is!” says Bianca Gervais, a Québécois actress and program host (mother of two!) who has been KALEIDO’s spokesperson for the past five years.

Invaluable services to help families take on the challenges of everyday life

A KALEIDO RESP also comes with a host of support services to help parents through the challenges of everyday life. This includes tutoring, remedial education, telemedicine and even career guidance support for teenagers with the Futur proche podcast series. Our goal is to help young people reach their full potential and to provide parents with the tools and support they need to ensure their children’s educational success.


November 2022 is a great time to find out what government grants can do for you when you open an RESP. Also, between now and December 31, parents who discover KALEIDO and the education savings plan that does more will have a chance to win $1,500 in education savings and $1,000 in groceries!






Patrick Pedneault