Money Stories


Taught through an Indigenous lens, "Money Stories" is a workshop series that provides a variety of activities for youth that are both engaging and interactive while teaching financial literacy. The program also incorporates, when available, teachings and stories from Elders and Knowledge Keepers. This video was created by SEED Winnipeg, Inc. - Supporting Employment & Economic Development; it accompanies the lesson plan and workshop guide on financial literacy, entitled "Money Stories."

Acknowledgement Protocol

Please read this Acknowledgement before the start of this video to respect the knowledge that is being shared and the Land of the People where the knowledge originates:

SEED (Supporting Employment & Economic Development) respectfully acknowledges that we live and work on the territories and homeland of Indigenous peoples and that the land and water sustain us.

We respect the treaties as intended by Indigenous peoples. It is our responsibility to understand the truth of our history, be aware of the present, and work with Indigenous peoples to make positive changes for the future.

What is the Land Acknowledgement where you live?

Creative Team

Name Role/Job Title Place
Millie Acuna Manager, Asset Building Programs SEED Winnipeg, Inc.
Justin Morriseau Program Coordinator SEED Winnipeg, Inc.
Jocelyn Friesen Youth Mentor & Administrative Coordinator SEED Winnipeg, Inc.
Calandra Necan Youth Mentor & Administrative Coordinator SEED Winnipeg, Inc.
Liam Keep Administrative & Program Assistant SEED Winnipeg, Inc.
Justin Flett Administrative & Program Assistant SEED Winnipeg, Inc.
Richard Stecenko NCCIE Regional Co-Lead, Manitoba Winnipeg, MB

This video is about:

teaching financial literacy with an Indigenous lens
in: Winnipeg, MB

Video Details

Length of Video 15:55 minutes
Is there content in this video that is inappropriate to show young children? No


Please contact SEED Winnipeg Inc.  for more information.