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Financial Support Services
  • Credit card balances out of control?
  • Concerned about paying for your child’s education?
  • Living from pay cheque to pay cheque?

Financial concerns may leave you feeling stressed and, at times, powerless to change your situation. Take the pressure off by taking control of your financial future with advice from a Financial Support Services financial expert.

What’s behind the door to Financial Support Services?
Financial Support Services is a telephone consultation service that puts you in touch with skilled financial advisors who can help you create an action plan to deal with your specific financial issue. All consultations with financial professionals are strictly confidential. Should you need more extensive services, such as personalized financial planning, Financial Support Services can refer you to a qualified professional best suited to address your specific needs. Fees for services provided by other referred professionals are your responsibility.

How can Financial Support Services help?
Financial Support Services can help you gain the valuable insight and information you need to face your financial challenges. The program covers issues such as:

  • Credit/debt management
  • Budgeting
  • Bankruptcy
  • Financial aspects of separation/divorce
  • Financial emergencies
  • Income tax planning
  • Early retirement

Make sense of your financial future by calling Financial Support Services:

Financial Support Services is a confidential, voluntary service available to you and your immediate family members – at no cost to you – as part of your inConfidence Employee and Family Assistance Program (inConfidence EFAP).

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H1N1 Influenza A Information

General information for People Leaders
The following resources and tools may be of assistance to your organization when communicating to your people leaders in how to address the H1N1 Flu Virus (Human Swine Flu) and answer questions from employees.

The following list provides a number of websites that can be used as resources for information and for monitoring the situation.

Health Canada
World Health Organization
Public Health Agency of Canada
International Center for Infectious Diseases

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