Life Literacy Radio – Episode 4: Interview with staff at MW Canada; Bobby Cameron, literacy advocate; and Robert Munsch, bestselling author [Audio 23:19]

Launched in 2010 by ABC Life Literacy Canada, Life Literacy Radio is an audio podcast dedicated to literacy, education, and lifelong learning.

This episode begins with an interview with some of the managers and staff at MW Canada, a company in Cambridge, Ontario, that manufactures materials used for window coverings. They discuss the vital role of the company’s un-house skills and learning centre.

The episode also features an interview with Bobby Cameron, winner of the 2010 Young Humanitarian Award from the Canadian Red Cross in recognition of his dedication to literacy promotion, international development, volunteerism, and advocacy.

The last segment of the podcast is an interview with children’s author Robert Munsch, who talks about the Munsch at Home contest. Part of national celebrations to mark Family Literacy Day on January 27, the contest gives families an opportunity to create a story together.


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