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The Southern Labrador Development Association recently hosted an ABC Health Matters workshop through the Activate Learning program.
2023-07-21
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...
2023-06-10
According to Statistics Canada, in 2020 approximately six per cent of Canadians did not have access to the Internet at home.
2023-05-01
Newfoundland Corrections’ Adult Custody Section has 5 correctional facilities and 2 detention centres, which provide services and programs for sentenced, remanded and detained offenders.
2023-02-24
North River 50+ Friendship Group is a social group for seniors aged 50+ who are looking to connect and socialize with likeminded seniors.
2022-10-13
Green Bay Community Employment Corp in Green Bay, NL provides employment support for people with intellectual disabilities.
2022-09-28
Canada has 1.2 million construction workers, but women only currently represent approximately four per cent of the construction trades.
2022-07-20
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
2022-06-28
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.
2022-05-30
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.
2022-04-18
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...
2022-03-21
YWCA St. John’s recently worked with ABC Life Literacy Canada on train-the-trainer activities through the Activate Learning program.
2021-10-04
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.
2021-09-09
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.
2021-05-06
The Ability Employment Corporation provides career counselling and job placement services to persons with intellectual disabilities as well as those facing barriers to employment.
2021-03-18