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Family Literacy Hubs

Provided by: Government of Saskatchewan - Education

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Service Description

Family literacy programs give opportunities to learn about the:

  • importance of language, literacy, and reading
  • role that family members play in the literacy development of their children
  • interactive literacy activities that support a child’s literacy development at home and in school
  • ways to access learning resources through the library or their community.

Family Literacy Hubs work with schools, libraries, child care programs, preschools, family resource centres, and other community organizations to provide family literacy programs, services, public awareness, practitioner training and supports, and community outreach. Funded organizations acting as Family Literacy Hubs include:


Families and children from the ages of prenatal to 6 years.

Business Line: 306-787-2513

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Languages Offered

English, French Canadian

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Mailing Address

Government of Saskatchewan - Ministry of Education
2220 College Avenue
Regina SK  S4P 4V9

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