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Literacy Programs and Initiatives

Provided by: ABC Life Literacy Canada

Service Description

Offers a variety of free programs and resources for community learning organizations:

  • Connect for Learning – offers free resources to those looking to improve their digital skills
  • Health Matters – empowers Canadians to manage their health better by increasing confidence when talking and making decisions about health issues
  • Skills Hub – online learning portal that offers at-home delivery of ABC Life Literacy Canada’s many adult literacy programs
  • Civic Voting – helps literacy practitioners engage adult learners in civic literacy ahead of elections
  • Family Literacy First – aims to bring parents and children together to practice family literacy through free online resources
  • Internet Matters – empowers Canadians who aren’t comfortable using the internet with the knowledge they need to get started
  • LEARN – helps connect adult learners with local literacy programs based on their needs, whether it be ESL, family literacy or skills upgrading
  • Learning at the Museum – aims to increase learner confidence in cultural activities by making cultural spaces more accessible through workbook-based workshops
  • Money Matters – free introductory financial literacy program for adult learners, new Canadians, Indigenous Peoples and people with diverse abilities
  • UP Skills for Work – helps adult learners develop nine key employability skills needed through free workshops and downloadable workbooks.


Community learning organizations


No cost.

Fax: 416-218-0457

Toll-Free: 1-800-303-1004

Business Line: 416-218-0010

Hours of Operation

Online resources are available 24/7.

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Coverage Area

Saskatchewan, Canada

Languages Offered

Arabic, French, Tagalog, English, Chinese

ABC Life Literacy Canada

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Remote support only

Monday to Friday:
9 am - 5 pm (EST)


Not Wheelchair accessible; Not applicable - no public physical address for program/service

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