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Working Canadians continue to have a lower level of financial well-being than they did before the pandemic, according to a new report from LifeWorks.

“Canadians are still feeling the impact of the pandemic on their financial situation,” said Idan Shlesinger, executive vice president of LifeWorks. “While some Canadians have successfully managed their finances during the pandemic, better education is needed to help them plan for the future and overcome the financial challenges they may be facing due to the pandemic. The first step of helping Canadians to improve their financial health is to provide reliable sources of information.”

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