Biographies

Visions 17 (2003)

This is an anthology of stories, poetry and other literary works contributed by the students and staff of Basic Education classes at SIAST, Kelsey Campus, Saskatchewan.

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2005-02-05

Mel's Story (2000)

The stories in this book were written by Mel Lively with the assistance of his tutor, Kim Hutchison. Mel joined the Workplace Education program at his workplace and is learning to read and write. These stories, mostly set in the 1960s, are from his years of working in the woods.

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2004-12-02

Looking Forward Through the Past: Recalling Nellie McClung (1989)

Women's Education des femmes, 1979-1989 - Vol. 7, No. 2

1989 marked the tenth anniversary of CCLOW. It was also the 60th anniversary of one of the most famous cases in Canadian legal history, the famous Person's Case, in which women were declared legally "persons" in the matter of rights and privileges, as well as in the matter of pains and penalties.

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2004-07-30

Explore A&E on the Web (2000)

This website review from CONNECT features several websites maintained by A&E Television Networks. These websites provide a potential source of reading and writing practice for learners.

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2003-07-24

Visions 14 (2001)

A collection of learners' stories, poems and artwork.

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2003-04-07

Linking the Generations (1998)

The mandate of Battle Harbour Literacy Council is to promote the importance of literacy for people of all ages, provide literacy services and work cooperatively with other organizations and agencies to provide opportunities for literacy advancement.

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2001-10-24

Our Time - Our Story (1999)

The year 1999 was International Year of the Senior, and this collection of profiles and oral histories was published as a tribute to the ever-growing population of seniors along the southeast coast of Labrador - specifically the Lodge Bay to Paradise River region.

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2001-10-19

Eleventh Child (1986)

Eleventh Child is about a remarkable woman who first became a homemaker and then a newsmaker. Louise Tunstead shares her family album, and the ups and downs of growing up during the depression and war years and becoming a mother and a foster parent. Eventually, she and her husband become news as they take on politicians and property owners, and succeed in establishing a foster home in a residential neighbourhood.

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2001-08-01

I've Come a Long Way (1984)

Marguerite Godbout tells the moving story of her determination to overcome a physical disability. She describes her travels, her return to school, and her decision to live on her own.

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2001-08-01

Visions 16 (2001)

A collection of learners' stories, poems and artwork.

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2001-01-01

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