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Let's talk about money: Lana Pulver Opinion

Something I've been passionate about for 35 years is the need for financial literacy to be taught in high schools. I wrote an article on it, and would appreciate if you'd read, share and help further the conversation. If more people talk about it, then perhaps we can effect change.

Please check out my article that was just published in Business in Vancouver. Click on the link below which will take you to my Facebook page where you can click on the article.

https://www.facebook.com/lanapulver.ca/posts/396569660987429?__xts__[0]=68.ARBmqz4UM7nPm-dRswaj9i6Vx4xgf6Ib8o9yT0in3CZZX7noYvBAn5PK1_oFlFN-ub77HJZedfcQI-4UaK2myXyC14QfFj95Et8-bcr0jTFmn5Y2r51mzHfgtMCoMdxVF6ayUo5KdFnoUJzEPgW8nWKPCBSWPrOeO9RTIsFNbdItO-nXQ80t5MyReUscOe9HJfz_rK5wyZJCB-NEOrkTf-bhtrFSiAY8zVftSrw3F11Puv161UposEWNV0PiP3Cqr8Enhlps1m1sG6L58HtnVFLjbVx--SMq9C-mvMlmY1ynj-1apbmzpFOpn2sLzpyOyqEkSw5OqvtVh6KZuOLvf-8&__tn__=-R

If you don't have Facebook, you can read the article on my blog here:
https://lanapulver.ca/blog/f/bc-needs-to-add-finance-to-bc-curriculum

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