Organizations

Trails to Literacy Around the Province (2002)

Positive Pathways To A Brighter Future

This report is developed to assist literacy agencies and their partners in developing a Trails to Literacy project. Trails is a ‘participatory’ learning concept developed to link learner-driven literacy upgrading with community marketing.

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2007-05-16

Submission by the Canadian Labour and Business Centre to the Innovation Engagement Strategy (2002)

The submission was made by The Canadian Labour and Business Centre (CLBC) for the Innovation Engagement Strategy, includes:

- Introduction
- Six discussion questions:
- Targets
- Major challenges
- Government of Canada priorities
- Innovation vision
- Commitments, actions and time lines
- National issues

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2007-05-09

Nova Scotia TriPartite Forum Proceedings - July 2005 (2005)

On July 5, 2005, the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour convened a Tripartite Forum on labour/management relations in the province. The Canadian Labour and Business Centre was asked to help to organize and facilitate the Forum.

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2007-05-09

Training, the Bottom-Line (2001)

Canada's Food Retail and Wholesale Sector

This report presents a brief summary of the results of the research on the of the business performance impacts — or return on investment (ROI) — of training.

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2007-05-01

Generating Growth (1995)

Improving Access to Capital by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

This report of the Task Force on Access to Capital of the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre discusses and makes recommendations concerning financing barriers relevant to small and medium-sized enterprises in Canada. The work of the Task Force builds on recommendations made by the CLMPC’s Economic Restructuring Committee in their 1993 report, Canada: Meeting the Challenge of Change.

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2007-03-08

Literacy Volunteers - Value Added - Research Report (2005)

The Literacy Volunteers: Value Added Research Report represents the results of six months of research conducted in 2005 by Community Literacy of Ontario (CLO) with literacy agencies and volunteers to better understand the economic and social value that volunteers bring to Anglophone community-based literacy programs throughout the province of Ontario.

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2005-12-30

Literacy Resource Directory: Prevention Activities in Quebec (2004)

LLC-Q/LVQ has strived to create a resource directory that reflects prevention activities and initiatives in the Quebec English literacy community.

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2005-11-23

The Best of CCLOW Networks (1989)

Women's Education Des Femmes, 1979-1989, Vol. 7, No. 2

In honour of CCLOW's 10th anniversary, the Editorial Board asked each network to contribute a piece on what they felt had been their greatest accomplishment. This article contains the stories.

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2004-03-25

Beyond the "Culturally Sensitive": Violence Prevention by Education Wife Assault (1992)

Women's Education des femmes, Winter 1992-93 • vol.10 no.1

This article is about “Education Wife Assault”, a Canadian organization founded in 1978 with a mission to inform and educate the community about the issue of wife assault/woman abuse in order to decrease the incidence of physical, psychological, emotional and sexual violence against women and the effect that woman abuse has on children.

The article is written in English with a summary provided in French.

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2004-02-11

Course Manual - Online Workshop on Board and Staff Relationships and Responsibilities (1999)

The staff of community literacy agencies in Ontario had expressed the need for more training in volunteer management. However, time, cost, and the availability of local training opportunities were major barriers to their accessing such training. CLO and the Ministry developed an innovative partnership designed to address this training need. An online workshop on board / staff relations was created.

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1999-08-30

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