A community-based charitable organization, the mission of Adult Literacy Fredericton, Inc. is to raise the literacy level of the people of the Fredericton area through the "Each One Teach One" method. The "Each One Teach One" method is an adult teaching philosophy that supports student-centred instruction. It encourages tutors to identify the learners' needs and design learning activities to meet their individual needs.
The Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick will provide leadership to advance literacy, lifelong learning and essential skills for all citizens through partnerships and collaboration with government, educational institutions, business, labour, community organizations and individuals.
Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training
The DPETL's main adult literacy portal for New Brunswick. It links to research papers, to our services, to information on the GED online and any other resources developed by the provincial government.
CAMET was established to continue and further enhance the level of cooperation in public and post-secondary education by working on common issues to improve learning for all Atlantic Canadians, optimize efficiencies, and bring added value to provincial initiatives and priorities in public and post-secondary education.
ABC Life Literacy Canada is a non-profit organization that inspires Canadians to increase their literacy skills. They connect and mobilize business, unions, government, communities and individuals to support lifelong learning and achieve their goals through leadership in programs, communications and partnerships.
Canadian Literacy and Learning Network is the national hub for research, information and knowledge exchange, increasing literacy and essential skills across Canada. CLLN is a non-profit charitable organization that represents literacy coalitions, organizations and individuals in every province and territory in Canada. They share knowledge, engage partners and stakeholders, and build awareness to advance literacy and learning across Canada.
The world leading authority on literacy. They operate in over 200 countries and promote education, awareness and undertake research initiatives in relation to literacy.
Practical Money Skills is a free financial literacy program to help Canadians understand the fundamentals of money management. Created by Visa, the program offers money management resources including calculators, games, and lesson plans tailored for use by Canadian families and educators.
The Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL), is dedicated to supporting financial literacy capacity across Canada. As a division of Social and Enterprise Development Innovations (SEDI), the CCFL helps organizations serving low income Canadians by providing training, program support, evaluation tools and an online community for practitioners.
The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is an independent body working to protect and inform consumers of financial products and services.
We were established in 2001 by the federal government to strengthen oversight of consumer issues and expand consumer education in the financial sector. In July 2010, FCAC was also tasked with the oversight of payment card network operators and their commercial practices.
Through extensive research, the Government of Canada, along with other national and international agencies, has identified and validated key literacy and essential skills. These skills are used in nearly every job and throughout daily life in different ways and at varying levels of complexity.