Canadian Financial Summit 2018 – All Online and FREE!

The bloggers behind Young and Thrifty have organized a virtual Canadian Financial Summit (CFS) starring 28 personal finance experts in the country.   Some of these experts include: Jon Chevreau (author of Findependence day and former editor of MoneySense Magazine); Preet Banerjee (CBC’s The National Commentator); Ellen Roseman (Columnist at Toronto Star);  Rob Carrick (Columnist at The Globe and Mail); and many more.

In addition to these mainstream media experts, a number of popular Canadian finance bloggers will be participating, including but not limited to: Mark Seed (My Own Advisor); Robb Engen (Boomer and Echo); Tom Drake (Maple Money); Bary Choi ( and, Stephen Weyman (Credit Card Genius – side note: awesome free credit card selector tool).

Million Dollar Journey has been invited again to do another online presentation.  Last year, the video was all about my financial journey, tips on how to become a millionaire, and finishing off with a little bit about my financial freedom goal.  This year, I’m doing a video about the Smith Manoeuvre and all the steps involved in setting it up for long-term success.  You can view the full speaker line-up here.

About the Canadian Financial Summit

Our Canadian financial experts have all come together for the first time to help you: Save More – Invest Better – Worry Less

This Virtual Summit will cut through the fog of confusing financial jargon and build the confidence needed to seize control of your personal finances.  Each speaker will pull back the curtain on their unique area of expertise. With their actionable advice and attention-grabbing speaking styles, these experienced Canadian gurus will help take your money game to the next level – no matter if it’s your first day at the financial dojo or if you’re already a 3rd-degree blackbelt in financial literacy.

The Canadian Financial Summit will show you how save hundreds on monthly costs, earn thousands more in investment returns, and provide examples of people that measure their net worth in millions.


  • How to retire early and on your own terms
  • How to invest better, easier, and more efficiently
  • How to protect yourself from corporate chicanery
  • How to see through financial jargon meant to confuse you
  • How to negotiate the best deals for yourself
  • How to avoid crippling fees and terrible advice
  • How to understand the housing marketand what it all means
  • How to get your credit cards to pay youfor buying what you were going to buy anyway
  • How to earn hundreds more every weekwith innovative side hustles
  • How to travel on the cheap to exotic locales
  • And MUCH MORE….


The Summit will kick off with a live webinar on September 12 with presentations on September 13th, 14th (I’m presenting on this day), and 15th.  You can see the full schedule here.

How Much Does it Cost?

This summit is FREE to view when it launches for a period of 48 hours.  Specifically, you’ll get 48 hours to watch the video after it has posted online.

If you feel that the videos will add long-term value to you, you can sign up for an early-bird All Access Pass for a one-time fee of $87 (taxes included) with a 100% money back guarantee.  The All Access Pass not only includes unlimited access to the videos, it also includes $699+ worth of bonus content.

Hurry though, early-bird pricing ends once the Summit starts on Wednesday, September 12, 2018.  Once the Summit starts, the All Access Pass price jumps to $97 then to $197 after the Summit.  Full details here.

How Do I Sign Up?

Remember it all starts on September 12th and the Canadian Financial Summit videos are free for 48 hours after the video is posted.  If you’ve been following MDJ, and interested in seeing my presentation on how to build wealth using the Smith Manoeuvre – Sign up for FREE here.

Let me know if you have any questions!

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FT is the founder and editor of Million Dollar Journey (est. 2006). Through various financial strategies outlined on this site, he grew his net worth from $200,000 in 2006 to $1,000,000 by 2014. You can read more about him here.
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