The Movement for Canadian Literacy (MCL)

What Adult Literacy Learners Would Like YOU To Know (N.D.)

This is a link to a website outlining what adult literacy learners would like the public to know. It includes links to literacy coalitions across Canada, as well as a link to the Learners Advisory Network website.

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2003-02-03

Literacy is For Life: Strengthening Adult Literacy is Key to Canada's Economic and Social Prosperity (2001)

Submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance

Canada's economic and social prosperity depends on the strengths and skills of our citizens. To prosper in the new economy, we must develop policies that nurture these skills and we must create a culture that values life-long learning. A sound literacy foundation is key to achieving both of these goals.

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2002-08-01

Briefing Paper: Literacy and the Canadian Workforce (2001)

This research report provides a synopsis of the major issues and trends with respect to the issue of literacy and the Canadian workforce, and offers recommendations for government policy makers.

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2002-07-29

Adult Literacy in the Seventies (1978)

Conference report

This is the report of a Canadian Workshop on Adult Basic and Literacy Education held from October 27-30, 1977 in Ottawa, Ontario. Over 200 people took part in the Conference and they came from all parts of Canada and represented many fields of endeavour.

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1990-01-01
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