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Lower Mainland

In Vancouver and around the Lower Mainland, Frontier College runs a variety of programs for children, youth, and adults that reflect the diversity of our population and helps to provide them with the tools they need for success.

Frontier College has worked in British Columbia continuously from 1909 to the present. Our activities include tutor recruitment and training, peer tutor training, program development and delivery, summer reading tents, and summer literacy camps.

For more information or to volunteer with Frontier College in Metro Vancouver, please call 604-713-5848 or email vancouver@frontiercollege.ca

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12/31/2018 12:01:00 PM Brennen Smith
Brennen's book pick to round of 2018 is Madeleine Thien's "Do Not Say We Have Nothing".  Check out the blog post here! 
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11/30/2018 1:14:50 PM Brennen Smith
November was a big month for Canadian literature!  The Scotiabank Giller Prize, now in its 25th year, was awarded to one Canadian author for their work of fiction: Esi Edugyan, for Washington Black.  This month, Brennen takes a look not at the prize-winning novel, but rather at one of the other 12 long-listed titles: Jonny Appleseed by Joshua Whitehead.  Check out this blog post to learn more!
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10/31/2018 4:10:06 PM Brennen Smith
Brennen's October book pick is one that he encountered during the 2018 Summer Literacy Camps.  One of Frontier College's major supporters through book donations is Orca Book Publishing, and through their generosity, Frontier College is able to source a lot of great Indigenous and other Canadian content, including Him Standing by Richard Wagamese.  Check out this blog post to learn more! 
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