What's New

Practice your English. Meet new people. Coffee and tea provided.

Every Tuesday night, starting September 18
6:30 - 8 pm
Library meeting room in Centre Square Mall

Contact Karen Johnson:
Phone: (867) 873-9262
Email: karen@nwtliteracy.ca

Learn about radio production. Work on a Halloween radio show. Practice your English.

Wednesdays Sept. 26 - Oct. 24
4 - 6 pm
Cabin Radio
5007 - 50 Avenue, 2nd floor

Contact Karen Johnson:
Phone: (867) 873-9262
Email: karen@nwtliteracy.ca

This issue features the Dolly Parton Imagination Library, another writing submission from an adult learner, and much more.

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Register for our annual training for anyone interested in Family Literacy.
Learn about the family literacy approach and how to facilitate family literacy programs.

More information
Registration form

The NWT Literacy Council has openings for regional members on our Board of Directors in three regions: the Sahtu, Deh Cho, and Yellowknife, Ndılǫ and Dettah. You can nominate yourself or another Council member. Click here for membership information.

June 12-14, 2018

We are training people who work with youth to embed literacy and essential skills into their youth programs. Registration is limited. Contact emily@nwtliteracy.ca or call 873-9262.

Registration form (PDF)
Registration form (Word)

The NWT Literacy Council is accepting resumes for the position of Summer Student. In order to qualify for this position, applicants must be returning to post-secondary schooling in the 2018-2019 academic year.

Deadline for applications is May 2, 2018, 5 pm.

For more information: nwtliteracy@nwtliteracy.ca

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This issue features the Children First Society in Inuvik, the Never Board Game Club in Fort Simpson, and our new program for immigrants and refugees.

Tell us about the Indigenous language role model in your life. 

Enter our photo/video contest.

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