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10/7/2016 10:12:00 AM Joanne Huffa
Meet the staff leading exciting new projects in Iqaluit, Nunavut and watch a fun video about reading in the summertime made by the kids and counsellors at the Taloyoak Summer Literacy Camp.   We are excited to announce that Frontier College is now working year-round in Nunavut. Our new staff members Rachel Michael and Nigel Qaumariaq are working in Iqaluit in collaboration with illinniapaa campus, a facility where people of all abilities can receive individualized assessment and training for employment success.
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10/7/2016 10:11:19 AM Joanne Huffa
In August, Frontier College’s Stephen Faul had a chance to participate in the Summer Literacy Camp at Cat Lake First Nation. Along with some esteemed guests, Stephen spent a day reading, playing, and learning with the campers. Every year, the president of Frontier College joins the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and other valued supporters for a visit to our Summer Literacy Camps. While every visit is special, this year’s trip was especially notable because it was the first opportunity for Stephen Faul, our new President and CEO, to see a camp in action.
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10/4/2016 3:14:19 PM Joanne Huffa
The Printing House is supporting Frontier College's Summer Aboriginal Literacy Camps with the sale of environmentally friendly, customizable greeting cards. We are proud to be chosen as the benefiting charity of this year's greeting card promotion.
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10/3/2016 9:42:09 AM Meredith Roberts
Check out this year's Annual Report: Literacy Connects.As you will see, it has been an exciting year of growth and achievement. As an 117-year-old literacy organization, Frontier College continues to connect with Canadians to meet their needs and improve their literacy skills.    
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Literacy is the set of foundational skills that enable an individual “to interpret information, make decision, and solve problems in personal, work, and community life” (Windisch, 2015, p.20)
 
 


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