New Brunswick

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Natasha Bozek
Fredericton: Literacy Coalition of
New Brunswick

921 College Hill Road
Fredericton
NB E3B 6Z9
natasha@nbliteracy.ca
www.nbliteracy.ca

Improving our Essential Skills

Taken from – Fredericton Daily Gleaner. Written by Lori Gallagher. March 13, 2015 Between his impressive NHL career and his time in politics, Ken Dryden is a name most people in Canada recognize. Now the Hall of Fame goaltender is coming to Fredericton as the guest...

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Rose Mary Paul – 2016 PGI Fredericton

There are times, as a teacher that you come across a learner who inspires and challenges you to want to be a better teacher. Rose Paul is such a learner. Unknowingly, she teaches others through her quiet patience, strength of character, kindness, and dedication to her...

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Jonathan Caissie – 2016 PGI Fredericton

Jonathan Caissie est agé de 24 ans, il a un fils de 3 ans qu’il élève avec sa compagne Martine. Jonathan possède une 7ième année est propriétaire d’un entreprise de renovation. Il est né à Lamecque Nouveau-Brunswick et a vécu à Montréal pendant 7ans. Jonathan veut...

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Nancy Kelly – 2016 PGI Fredericton

Nancy Kelly has been attending the Sussex Adult Learning Program since May 2015. She hopes to obtain the GED diploma and to take further training so that she can work overseas as an English teacher. Nancy has three children. She has been a community volunteer in...

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Bob Savoie

Peter Gzowski Special Award Recipient New Brunswick Literacy Coalition Bob Savoie Robert Savoie takes a special interest in improving communities through education and literacy and dedicates many hours to this cause, including serving a treasurer for the Peter Gzowski...

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*Premier Photos by Steve MacGillivray

The Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick Ltd. was formed in 1988 when stakeholders decided there was a need for a multi-sectoral literacy organization. Since then LCNB has carried out projects in the areas of literacy research, improving access and outreach, improving co-ordination and information sharing, improving public awareness and developing learning materials.

The Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick provides 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.

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