What we do

Why we do it

How we do it

What We Offer


From birth through adulthood, families play an important role in building and supporting literacy.


From our inception, building capacity in the community has been a focus of the Centre for Family Literacy.


Helping everyone learn with tools and resources that encourage lifelong learning.


Featured News

Recent News

2024 COW Bus Update

As many of you know, we parked our Classroom on Wheels (COW) Bus during the COVID-19 pandemic. We were excited to bring the COW Bus back into the community for the 2022 and 2023 program sessions. However, our COW Bus faced a lot of mechanical issues. This caused disruptions to

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Meet the 2024 Lois Hole Memorial Award Winners

The Centre for Family Literacy proudly presents the winners of the 2024 Lois Hole Memorial Literacy Awards. Named after the Honourable Dr. Lois Hole, a passionate advocate for literacy in Alberta, these awards recognize outstanding contributions to literacy by individuals, families, organizations, or businesses. This year, we had the honour

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National Volunteer Week 2024

In my two years working at the Centre, I have had the privilege of working with a truly amazing group of volunteers. I’ve witnessed the care and kindness with which they approach our learners, the resilience as they work through challenges, and the growth as they learn more about themselves

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Literacy Activities & Articles

Recent Activity Posts

Idile’s Story

We had the pleasure of interviewing some of our adult learners about the impact of our Tutor Program. This month we are featuring Idile, a

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