Glossary of Credit and Personal Finance Terms: General Meanings and Definitions (Credit Counselling Society) - Follow this link to be taken to a list of common credit and financial terms used today.
Banking for Newcomers (CBA) - Learn about bank accounts, how to open an account, how to send money abroad to loved ones, and a list of financial institutions with programs specifically designed to help your transition into Canada.
English for Financial Literacy (Toronto Catholic District School Board) - An online tool that helps teach vocabulary related to banking, personal finances (i.e. using a debit machine), consumer matters, education, employment and housing.

Money Management for Newcomers Webinar - Download this PDF for helpful information on the Canadian banking system, savings, credit, avoiding scams and other tips. (My Money Coach)

Read "Welcome to Canada" an informational package on what is important to know when living in Canada. (Synergy Credit Union)

Being a newcomer to Saskatchewan and Canada can be an overwhelming experience. Use the informational links to make it easier for yourself or a loved one who is planning to relocate to Saskatchewan. Find below banking tips and other important information you will need to know to make the move an easier process.

Advice for Newcomers (ScotiaBank) - Helpful advice for life in Canada. Find information about getting settled in Canada, attending school in Canada, banking basics and other helpful articles. 
What is a Personal Credit Rating in Canada? (My Money Coach) - Find out what a credit rating and score is, what a credit reporting agency does, and other useful information.

New to Saskatchewan

Money Management Tools for Newcomers (Prosper Canada) - Evaluates what you know about money management and provides links for resources that may apply to you.
RBC, Growing your savings and wealth in Canada - In Canada there are many investment solutions that can help you reach your savings goals. For example a TFSA can help you grow your savings tax-free; an RESP can help you save for your child’s post secondary education and an RRSP can help you plan for your retirement.

Whether you’re looking for security, moderate income or significant growth, at RBC®, you have access to a comprehensive selection of investments, including mutual funds, stocks and low-risk options such as GICs, to help you get you where you want to go. Understanding all the investment choices and how to take advantage of the plans that provide tax benefits can be overwhelming. We’re here to help with solutions to meet your individual needs.