Index Releases and Reports

Check out how we’ve been reporting on the financial health, resilience and well-being of Canadians since 2017 with sample reports below:

2022 Reports

June 2022 Index Report

Financial Vulnerability of Low-Income Households Report 

Financial Resilience of Mortgage Holders Report

2021 Reports

Financial resilience and financial well-being of Canadians during the Covid-19 Pandemic report – English

Financial resilience and financial well-being of Canadians during the Covid-19 Pandemic report – French

Summary Report: The financial resilience and financial well-being of Canadians with low incomes: insights and analysis to support the financial empowerment sector

Detailed Report: The financial resilience and financial well-being of Canadians with low incomes: insights and analysis to support the financial empowerment sector

The Well-Being and Financial Well-Being of Canadians: financially vulnerable household the most challenged –  April E-Brief

Financial Resilience Index: A New Tool to Refine Income Support

February Seymour Financial Resilience IndexTM 
Index Report – Summary Report

2020 Reports

October Seymour Financial Resilience IndexTM Index Report – Full Report

October Seymour Financial Resilience IndexTM Index Report – Summary Report

March Report – Financial health and resilience of Canadians is challenged pre-Covid-19

September Index Report – The Financial Resilience of Canadians in the era of Covid-19

June Seymour Financial Resilience IndexTM Index Report

2019 Reports

2019 Findings and 3-Year Trends Report on the challenged financial health, resilience and wellness of Canadians

2019 Renters Versus Homeowners Report

2018 Reports

2018 Financial Well-Being Study Report – Financial Wellness remains challenged for Canadians

Supporting the financial health and wellness of Underserved Canadians

2017 Reports

Framing Financial Health & Wellness: as a Paradigm Shift

2017 Financial Well-Being Study Report: baseline measurement on the financial health, resilience and wellness of Canadians

The Role Financial Institutions (FIs) Can Play in supporting their customers’ financial health and well-being