What's New

Our health and literacy are closely linked.  The 2014 NWT Literacy Week theme is Literacy:  Our health depends on it!
Let us know what you think of our new health literacy resources.

Copian hosts our website and included many of our resources on its website database.  Copian recently closed down its database of resources due to funding cuts.  This resulted in several broken links on our website.  Please let us know if you find links that aren’t working.  You can email nwtliteracy@nwtliteracy or call 1-866-599-6758 or 873-9262.

Monday, May 12, 3-7 pm
Northern United Place

See if your child is eligible for the Canada Learning Bond, free money (up to $2,000) for post-secondary education!

We will have a play area for children and food.

This money could be the deciding factor in your child finishing high school and going on to further education.

We’ll cover the cost of  birth certificates for the first 10 children who don’t have one.

For more information, see our poster or contact Katie@nwtliteracy.ca or 873-9262.

We're hiring a summer student to help prepare resource materials for publication and with summer literacy events. Applicants must be full-time students, under 30 years of age, and intending to return to their studies in the fall.  Please send your resume to nwtliteracy@nwtliteracy.ca by 5 pm on May 2, 2014.
 

Enter our ‘Who do you learn from’ Photo Contest here

To mark Adult Learners’ Week we invite you to post a photo that tells us who you learn from on our Facebook page or send to us a nwtliteracy@nwtliteracy.ca

All entries have a chance to win a Kobo eReader!

Aurora College Community Learning Centre
Fort Simpson
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
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Literacy Matters WINTER 2014 (PDF 2.3 MB )

When: Saturday, January 25th at 2:15-3:45 pm
Where: NACC Lobby
Games and activities in the lobby are FREE!

Join the NWT Literacy Council at the Children’s
Festival of Silliness!

Visit www.naccnt.ca for information on other
activities all weekend long!