ABC Life Literacy


The Southern Labrador Development Association recently hosted an ABC Health Matters workshop through the Activate Learning program.
Easter Seals NL recently turned to ABC Life Literacy Canada for support with curriculum for its two programs after discovering its free programs offering resources and workshop...
According to Statistics Canada, in 2020 approximately six per cent of Canadians did not have access to the Internet at home.
Newfoundland Corrections’ Adult Custody Section has 5 correctional facilities and 2 detention centres, which provide services and programs for sentenced, remanded and detained offenders.
North River 50+ Friendship Group is a social group for seniors aged 50+ who are looking to connect and socialize with likeminded seniors.
Green Bay Community Employment Corp in Green Bay, NL provides employment support for people with intellectual disabilities.
Canada has 1.2 million construction workers, but women only currently represent approximately four per cent of the construction trades.
Today’s youth are often told that they just need to work harder or cut back on having brunch every weekend in order to afford a house. And frankly, they’re tired
This past Spring, MusicNL teamed up with ABC Life Literacy Canada to offer a three-part series through the Activate Learning program. They hosted workshops on three different soft skills.
Inclusion Canada supports adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autism and is one of many organizations using UP Skills for Work to help clients gain the soft skills needed for employment.
Essential Employability Skills – Health Sector is a pilot project for innovative literacy and essential employability skills training, designed to address labour market and workforce challenges...
YWCA St. John’s recently worked with ABC Life Literacy Canada on train-the-trainer activities through the Activate Learning program.
The Association for New Canadians is a non-profit, community-based organization delivering settlement and integration services to immigrants and refugees in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Despite already having a fantastic close-knit staff, the Hungry Heart Cafe decided to implement workplace training workshops through the UP Skills for Work program, offered through Activate Learning.
The Ability Employment Corporation provides career counselling and job placement services to persons with intellectual disabilities as well as those facing barriers to employment.