Canadian Financial Summit 2022: MoneySense sessions and free tickets Sep 30th

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If you’ve ever read a MoneySense investing article and wished you could look behind the scenes with the writer, or get a deeper dive from one of the experts interviewed—here’s your chance.

Register for the Canadian Financial Summit, October 12 to 15, and you’ll get access to the investing and money-management knowledge of more than 35 Canadian personal financial experts, including MoneySense’s own Lisa Hannam, Justin Dallaire and Bryan Borzykowski. All-access tickets are FREE for MoneySense readers.

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What can you learn? Here are a few highlights from the segments featuring MoneySense contributors:

Lisa HannamPersonal Finance Trends to Plan for in 2022 and 2023

Lisa Hannam is an award-winning editor and journalist. In her position as executive editor at Moneysense.ca, Hannam reads countless daily columns from around the world of Canadian personal finance. She’s dropping into the Summit to chat about what she has seen as far as post-COVID changes to the financial scene, the endless Canadian housing debate, where inflation is coming from, what is happening in the Canadian stock market—and finally, a reader favourite—where cryptocurrencies go from here…

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