Quebec high school finance course ‘concocted by the banks,’ according to unions

February 13, 2017

A proposed personal finance course for Quebec high-school students is pitting teachers unions against the government and a financial industry that want people to be more comfortable managing — and talking about — money. Education Minister Sebastien Proulx wants the personal finance course to be mandatory in high schools across the province, starting September, while unions are demanding he suspend the rollout.

Posted in Quick News on February, 2017