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Calgary Homeless Foundation

Calgary Homeless Foundation

Information and resources brought to you by Calgary Homeless Foundation. This site contains a library of resources, linkages to Calgary agencies and current events within the community.
Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association (CIWA)

Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association (CIWA)

The Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association delivers professional services that facilitate the integration and full participation of women and their families in the community. The services include language instruction, employment services, parenting programs, family conflict support and volunteer development.
Calgary Learns

Calgary Learns

The purpose of Calgary Learns is to support the Calgary community by providing accessible and innovative lifelong learning opportunities for adults facing barriers.
Calgary Public Library

Calgary Public Library

With many locations throughout the area, the Calgary Public Library has collections ranging from Business Services to Kids' Stuff and Multilanguage Materials to Special Needs.
Calgary Reads

Calgary Reads

The mission of this organisation is to improve the confidence and ability of struggling young readers and promote literacy as a benefit to our community.
California Distance Learning Project

California Distance Learning Project

The goal of the California Distance Learning Project is to help expand learner access to adult basic education services in California. The purpose of this site is to help adults improve basic skills like reading and spelling using real-life stories on topics of interest to adults. There is a separate section for teachers and adult educators.
Call for Proposals for Employment Programs/Service Canada

Call for Proposals for Employment Programs/Service Canada

Service Canada invites interested and qualified applicants to develop project proposals for employment programs. Applicants must submit an application for funding to carry out activities that meet a community need identified by the department and that will be funded through one of its contribution programs. As part of this process and to facilitate access, calls for proposals will be posted on this website.
Cambrian College

Cambrian College

Cambrian College is one of the 24 colleges of applied arts and technology that comprise the Ontario College System. It offers about 105 full-time programs, eight of which are designed specifically for the Native community, and more than 800 part-time continuing education programs, courses, seminars, customized training packages, and distance education opportunities.
Campaign for Learning

Campaign for Learning

The Campaign for Learning aims to create a learning society in the UK by encouraging every individual to take an active interest in learning and their own personal development.
Campaign for Learning/ National Workplace Learning Network

Campaign for Learning/ National Workplace Learning Network

The Campaign for Learning’s National Workplace Learning Network has been set up to promote a culture of learning in the workplace. Membership is free and open to anyone with an interest in workplace learning. Members are able to access a wide range of resources, share good practice via the online expertise exchange and discussion board, receive updates on networking and events, and have a say about workplace learning issues.
Camrose Adult Learning Council

Camrose Adult Learning Council

This council provides lifelong learning opportunities for Camrose and area adults, contributing to their social, economic, and cultural development as individuals and members of the greater Camrose community.
Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)

This website serves as the single Government of Canada point of reference for credible and sanctioned information about Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL). The information on the website currently includes a link to the law, key facts, frequently asked questions, information about the Spam Reporting Centre, and how the law will be enforced and administered.
Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC)

Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC)

The Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council was created to address the human resources issues facing agriculture businesses across Canada. The council works to alleviate labour shortages by creating tools and methods to attract and retain skilled workers. Its objectives are to improve access to training and skills development programs and enhance the image of agriculture as a profitable and fulfilling career.
Canadian Apprenticeship Forum

Canadian Apprenticeship Forum

The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum is a not-for-profit organization that promotes and supports the apprenticeship training and education systems in Canada. Its mission is to influence Canadian apprenticeship strategies through research, discussion and collaboration.
Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment (CAPLA)

Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment (CAPLA)

As the only national organization dedicated to the recognition of prior learning (RPL), CAPLA has developed considerable expertise in a wide range of areas connected to PLAR. Its network of practitioners, advisers and assessors can be found in communities in every province and territory in Canada.
Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE)

Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE)

The CASAE/ACÉÉA network, established in 1981, is a vibrant and energetic organization that provides a supportive network for graduate students, faculty members, researchers and practitioners who are engaged in adult education.
Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE)

Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE)

The mission of the association is to enlarge the scope and quality of educational opportunities for adults at the university level by enhancing the stature and expertise of those institutions and individuals devoted to providing those opportunities.
Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE)

Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE)

The Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) is a national non-profit partnership of employer recruiters and career services professionals. Its mission is to provide authoritative information, advice, professional development opportunities and other services to employers, career services professionals and students.
Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators

Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators

It is necessary in all fields of endeavour to broaden knowledge beyond one’s immediate experience through the exchange of ideas with those who share the same challenges. The Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators strives to provide professional development in municipal management while making every effort to ensure both short and long-term results for the bottom line of its respective municipalities.
Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers

Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers

The Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT) is a not-for-profit professional association dedicated to promoting the advancement of second language teaching and learning.
Canadian Association of Women in Construction (CAWIC)

Canadian Association of Women in Construction (CAWIC)

CAWIC is a not-for-profit organization formed to enhance the success of women in the Canadian construction industry. Its mission: “to facilitate the success of women in the Canadian construction industry by uniting our voices, knowledge and resources through the passion of our members and the women we inspire.”
Canadian Automotive Repair and Service Council (CARS)

Canadian Automotive Repair and Service Council (CARS)

The Canadian Automotive Repair and Service (CARS) Council is Canada’s leader in human resource development and training for the automotive repair and service industry. CARS provides human resource and learning tools that are convenient, accessible, fun to use and custom designed for automotive repair. This ensures that employers and professionals who work in this industry can obtain the latest skills as they discover more about the latest technologies and trends.
Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF)

Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF)

The Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF) is a non-profit organization that works to advance career services and the capacity of the profession to respond with empathy and skill to their clients and stakeholders in an ever-changing work environment.
Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL)

Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL)

The Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL) is the only Canadian centre that delivers easy-to-use, money management training to low-income groups. It works through partnerships with community-based social agencies in an effort to bring about positive change. CCFL’s goal is to educate Canadians to make informed decisions about their money and the financial resources available to them.
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) is a Canadian federal government agency that supports the vision of eliminating all Canadian work-related illnesses and injuries. The centre’s mission is to be the Canadian centre of excellence for work-related injury and illness prevention initiatives and occupational health and safety information.
Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (WinSETT Centre)

Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (WinSETT Centre)

The Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (WinSETT Centre) is an action-oriented, non-profit organization that aspires to recruit, retain and advance women in these fields. Through collaboration and partnerships, the centre creates and fosters opportunities that encourage women to enter, stay and grow in SETT careers, with the goals of maximizing Canada’s human resource potential, increasing innovation, and driving Canadian economic development.
Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Canadian Chamber of Commerce

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is the national leader in public policy advocacy on business issues. Its mission is to foster a strong, competitive and profitable economic environment that benefits, not only business, but all Canadians. In collaboration with its members, the Canadian Chamber acts on policy resolutions, researching and developing strategies on a “best practices” basis for business.
Canadian Coalition of Community-Based Employability Training (CCCBET)

Canadian Coalition of Community-Based Employability Training (CCCBET)

This coalition is a national, non-profit organization whose membership is comprised of appointees from provincially chartered community-based training associations. Its goal is to help community-based trainers become known world-wide for excellence in client-centred training and employment services.
Canadian Commission for UNESCO

Canadian Commission for UNESCO

The Commission is an arm's length consultative forum that advises the Canadian Government on its relations with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and co-ordinates UNESCO activities in Canada.
Canadian Construction Women (CCW)

Canadian Construction Women (CCW)

CCW provides members with opportunities for support, mentoring, networking, community involvement, learning and development. CCW acts as a resource about construction and exists to attract and retain women in the industry.
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)

CCAB is a member-based organization driving business opportunities and advancing corporate social responsibility for the Aboriginal community. The council’s mentorship program pairs Aboriginal entrepreneurs with experienced mentors to help them take their businesses to the next level. Entrepreneurs gain expert advice from industry leaders. Protégés choose the mentor that best fits their needs from a roster of available mentors.
Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace

Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace

The Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace represents and assists Canada’s aviation and aerospace industry with its human resource strategy, issues and solutions. With the participation of industry members, the council develops National Occupational Standards for professional certification and curricula for post-secondary training organizations. The council promotes safety and professionalism; training in Human Factors and Safety Management Systems; individual certification in 24 occupations; and accreditation of training organization programs.
Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA)

Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA)

The CCHRA is the national voice on the enhancement and promotion of the HR profession across Canada. Its work is carried out through established and credible designations, collaborating on national issues related to the profession, leading federal government relations, and proactively positioning the national human resources agenda at the international level.
Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters (CCPFH)

Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters (CCPFH)

The Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters (CCPFH) ensures that fish harvesters have appropriate knowledge, skills and commitment to meet the human resource needs of the Canadian fishery of the future. The CCPFH is governed by a board of directors with representatives from the principal fish harvesters’ organizations in the Atlantic Region, Quebec and British Columbia, First Nations fishers and freshwater fish harvesters.
Canadian Council of Teachers of English Language Arts

Canadian Council of Teachers of English Language Arts

The CCTELA is a national organization of affiliates from across Canada dedicated to the teaching and learning of English language arts in Canada.
Canadian Council on Learning (CCL)

Canadian Council on Learning (CCL)

DISBANDED -- The Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) is an independent, non-profit corporation that promotes and supports research to improve all aspects of learning across the country and across all walks of life. CCL has identified five key areas of learning that require attention, and to ensure these areas are addressed from a pan-Canadian perspective CCL has created five regionally based knowledge centres to support these themes.
Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW)

Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW)

The CCRW is a network of organizations and individuals that provides leadership in programs and services for job seekers with disabilities and businesses committed to equity and inclusion. A one-stop shop for disability and employment resources, CCRW works with businesses of all sizes in all industries through its Job Accommodation Service, Skills Training Partnership Program, Partners for Workplace Inclusion Program and the Disability Awareness Series.
Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD)

Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD)

The CCSD is one of Canada's most authoritative voices promoting better social and economic security for all Canadians. A national, self-supporting, non-profit organization, the CCSD's main product is information and its main activity is research, focussing on concerns such as income security, employment, poverty, child welfare, pensions and government social policies.
Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS)

Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS)

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS) is a national, non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for all individuals who have Down Syndrome.
Canadian Dyslexia Association

Canadian Dyslexia Association

The mandate of the Canadian Dyslexia Association is to promote awareness of dyslexia, and to develop and implement specialized methods, to improve the quality of life of the estimated five million Canadians who have dyslexia.
Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling

Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling

The Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling (CERIC) is a charitable organization that advances education and research in career counselling and career development. CERIC supports the creation of career counselling-related research and professional development for a cross-sectoral community through funding project partnerships and strategic programs.
Canadian Education Association (CEA)

Canadian Education Association (CEA)

The CEA is the network for leaders in education. Leaders depend on us to look at the latest trends and to connect them with the most innovative ideas and important research focussing not only on Canada but internationally as well.
Canadian Evaluation Society (CES)

Canadian Evaluation Society (CES)

The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) is dedicated to the advancement of evaluation theory and practice. With members in every province and territory of Canada, CES offers services such as resource networks, professional development activities and forums for members to explore, discuss and get involved with evaluation interests. The Essential Skills Series of seminars has been refined and continues to be offered through local chapters.
Canadian Evaluation Society/New Brunswick Chapter

Canadian Evaluation Society/New Brunswick Chapter

The New Brunswick Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society is a professional association dedicated to the advancement of evaluation theory and practice. It is committed to providing members with easy access to information and training based on the most current knowledge of the world evaluation community.

Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB)

Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB)

CFIB has been a big voice for small business for over 35 years with over 105,000 members in every sector across Canada. Taking its direction from its members, through regular surveys, the group lobbies for small- and medium-sized businesses at the federal, provincial and local levels of government. It also offers specific initiatives to help members save money, become more competitive and grow their businesses.
Canadian Gaming Centre of Excellence

Canadian Gaming Centre of Excellence

This organization specializes in gaming education, organizational development and training events designed specifically for the Canadian gaming/casino industry. In partnership with Athabasca University, the Canadian Gaming Centre of Excellence offers a gaming leadership certificate program.
Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA)

Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA)

CHHA is a consumer-based organization formed by and for hard of hearing Canadians. CHHA works cooperatively with professionals, service providers and government bodies, and provides information about hard of hearing issues and solutions.
Canadian Hearing Society

Canadian Hearing Society

The Canadian Hearing Society provides a wide range of services to meet your needs. Services are offered in a fully accessible and supportive environment by professionals experienced in meeting the needs of deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people.
Canadian Immigrant Integration Program (CIIP)

Canadian Immigrant Integration Program (CIIP)

The Government of Canada funded the Association of Canadian Community Colleges to develop and implement this program (CIIP) which prepares newcomers for economic integration while still in their country of origin. CIIP helps newcomers gain employment that reflects their skills, credentials and experience, so that they can contribute their full potential as quickly as possible to the Canadian economy and society.
Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA)

Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA)

The Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA) is a diverse network of people from across Canada and around the world interested in promoting research, discussion and education in the field of work, labour, employment and industrial relations.
Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC)

Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC)

A unit of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), CICIC collects data about procedures for recognizing academic and occupational credentials in different Canadian jurisdictions. This information is stored in a database covering more than 800 professional organizations. In partnership with the provinces and territories, the centre also provides current information about post-secondary education systems in Canada for a variety of users including Canadian missions and evaluation agencies abroad.
Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials/ Postsecondary Education in the Provinces and Territories

Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials/ Postsecondary Education in the Provinces and Territories

CICIC is a unit of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC). It offers information on working in Canada and a listing of post-secondary education institutions for all provinces and territories. This page takes the viewer to a clickable map with links to educational system directories, information for international students, student tools and other government resources.
Canadian Labour Congress

Canadian Labour Congress

The Congress is the national voice of the labour movement, that speaks for all workers and their families, in Canada and beyond. They promote decent wages and working conditions, and improved health and safety laws. They lobby for fair taxes and strong social programs, including childcare, medicare and pensions. They lobby for and develop job training and job creation programs. We work for social equality, and to end racism and discrimination.
Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN)

Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN)

National in scope and based at the University of British Columbia, this research network consists of established scholars and promising new researchers from the fields of economics, industrial relations, political science, sociology, business, history, policy studies and labour studies. The network commissions and oversees academic research projects and has covered areas such as education and training, immigration, labour market adjustment and apprenticeship.
Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network

Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network

This organization is dedicated to bringing together scientists, clinicians and the literacy and language communities to address a targeted need for Canadian research in Early Childhood Development. The Network organizes Canadian researchers from various disciplines studying early language, communication, and literacy development.
Canadian Library Association (CLA)

Canadian Library Association (CLA)

The mission of the Canadian Library Association is to provide leadership in the promotion, development and support of library and information services in Canada for the benefit of Association members, the profession and Canadian society.
Canadian Literacy and Learning Network

Canadian Literacy and Learning Network

This national organization promotes literacy and essential skills for English Canadians through networking, research, government liaison and learner development. In addition, through communication and collaboration, it helps to support the people and organizations involved with adult literacy education.

Canadian Literacy Thesaurus

Canadian Literacy Thesaurus

The Canadian Literacy Thesaurus/Thésaurus canadien d'alphabétisation is a bilingual list of standardized vocabulary in the area of adult literacy. Developed in consultation with the Canadian literacy community, both the terminology and structure of the thesaurus reflect the diversity of regional literacy practices and activities across Canada.
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, Canada’s largest trade and industry association, promotes the continuous improvement of Canadian manufacturing and exporting through engagement of government at all levels. Its mandate is to promote the competitiveness of Canadian manufacturers and enable the success of Canadian goods and services exporters in markets around the world.
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME)

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME)

Canada’s largest trade and industry association, CME promotes the continuous improvement of Canadian manufacturing and exporting through engagement of government at all levels. Its mandate is to promote the competitiveness of Canadian manufacturers and enable the success of Canadian goods and services exporters in markets around the world.
Canadian National Institute For The Blind

Canadian National Institute For The Blind

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) is a national voluntary agency providing services to individuals across Canada for whom loss of vision is a central problem in personal and social adjustment. The CNIB also acts as a consultant and resource agency to the helping professions, government departments and private industry.
Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE)

Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE)

The Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) is a national organization of professionals committed to excellence in the provision of innovation in education in Canada.
Canadian Network for Third Age Learning (CATALIST)

Canadian Network for Third Age Learning (CATALIST)

CATALIST is a bilingual, Canadian Network of organizations that foster third age learning through shared knowledge, expertise, research, and resources. The network serves to encourage and enhance learning opportunities for all Canadian seniors.
Canadian Organization for Development through Education (CODE)

Canadian Organization for Development through Education (CODE)

CODE has been promoting education and literacy in the developing world for more than 40 years. CODE has been recognized by the UNESCO for its ongoing contribution to lasting change in Africa and the Caribbean.
Canadian Plastics Sector Council (CPSC)

Canadian Plastics Sector Council (CPSC)

The Canadian Plastics Sector Council is a national association created to explore and address emerging human resources issues in the plastics processing industry. A partnership of employers and employees in the industry, the council has identified the following key result areas around which it develops programs and activities: career awareness, promotion and development, labour market research, training and education, job competencies, accreditation, and qualifications recognition.
Canadian Policy Research Networks

Canadian Policy Research Networks

DISBANDED -- Canadian Policy Research Networks is a non-profit, charitable policy think tank based in Ottawa. CPRN’s mission is to create knowledge and lead public dialogue and debate on social and economic issues important to the well-being of all Canadians. Its goal is to help make Canada a more just, prosperous and caring society.
Canadian Printing Industries Sector Council (CPISC)

Canadian Printing Industries Sector Council (CPISC)

The Canadian Printing Industries Sector Council (CPISC) provides a national forum for collaboration on human resource and workforce development issues within the print and graphics communications industry. CPISC’s mission is to identify and implement human resources and workforce development strategies and initiatives in order to enhance the industry’s public image, make the industry a workplace of choice, and maximize the career potential of every employee.
Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education

Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education

The Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education is a network of people from a range of stakeholders in education that is creating knowledge and disseminating it across the country to increase the ability of the educational community to ensure successful academic and social outcomes for all students. The partnership is comprised of people with expertise in leadership, varied research methodologies, and diverse theoretical approaches; experience working with diverse partners and stakeholders; and a range of approaches to and contexts for knowledge mobilization.
Canadian Research Institute for Social Policy (CRISP)

Canadian Research Institute for Social Policy (CRISP)

CRISP is a multi-disciplinary research organization dedicated to: conducting policy research aimed at improving the education and care of Canadian children and youth, contributing to the training of social scientists in quantitative research methods, and supporting low-income countries in their efforts to build research capacity in child development. CRISP is based at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) in Fredericton.
Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE)

Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE)

The Canadian Society for the Study of Education is the largest organization of professors, students, researchers and practitioners in education in Canada. A bilingual organization, CSSE is the major national voice for those who create educational knowledge, prepare teachers and educational leaders, and apply research in the schools, classrooms and institutions of Canada.
Canadian Society for Training and Development

Canadian Society for Training and Development

The Canadian Society for Training and Development is a national, not-for-profit, membership association serving the field of workplace learning and performance. CSTD has more than 2,000 members drawn from the public, private, non-for-profit and labour sectors. If you are involved in training and development in Canada, CSTD offers you a unique opportunity to stay on top of this dynamic industry.
Canadian Steel Trade and Employment Congress (CSTEC)

Canadian Steel Trade and Employment Congress (CSTEC)

CSTEC has developed much of its experience and expertise by helping the Canadian steel industry meet its evolving challenges over the years. It has also worked with a wide range of industries both in Canada and abroad. All of CSTEC's services have been developed with the active participation of the industries and workplaces that CSTEC has worked with and, as a result, its services provide relevant, practical and cost-effective solutions to a wide range of workforce recruitment, development and training needs.
Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council

Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council

The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council brings together partners in the sector to develop solutions to the human resource challenges faced by stakeholders. Recognizing the vital role of the supply chain to Canada’s economy, the council is committed to enhancing the sector’s ability to attract and retain workers at all levels and across the full range of functions, and to advancing the skills of those workers.
Canadian Teachers' Federation (CTF)

Canadian Teachers' Federation (CTF)

The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is a national alliance of provincial/territorial teacher organizations that represent nearly 200,000 elementary and secondary school teachers across Canada. CTF speaks out whenever the interests of teachers and students are at stake. The organization advances teacher interests by holding seminars and conferences on educational issues. As a national clearinghouse for education research, it provides data collection, analyses, and reporting on trends and issues in education to teacher organizations.
Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC)

Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC)

The Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) addresses labour market issues and promotes professionalism in the Canadian tourism sector. CTHRC brings together tourism businesses, labour unions, associations, educators and governments to coordinate human resource development activities in support of a globally competitive and sustainable Canadian tourism sector. It is one of 29 national sector councils whose overall goal is to improve the quality of the Canadian labour force, and to assist businesses to be more flexible in meeting changing competitive demands.
Canadian Training Institute

Canadian Training Institute

The Canadian Training Institute (CTI) works with those who are often oppressed or dismissed by society. It is committed to fostering inclusivity, equality and life-long learning by enhancing services that help individuals to participate as responsible, valued and contributing members of Canadian society.
Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC)

Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC)

The Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council works with and on behalf of this vibrant and vital industry. Building on the experience of its members and its own expertise, the CTHRC listens to members’ human resource needs and responds with research, training and advice. It is the foremost resource for information services and solutions related to recruitment and retention, training, and human resources management in the Canadian trucking industry.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW)

Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW)

The general objectives of the CUPW Union Education Program are to give working people the tools they need to critically analyze and make sense of the world in which we live, to develop skills, to instil confidence, and to encourage workers to get involved in change.
Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)

Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)

An international literacy study shows that almost half of adult Canadians do not read or write well enough to meet the demands of today’s workplace. As a result, the need for training and upgrading has never been greater. CUPE has a National Literacy Program that aims to: raise awareness about workplace education in CUPE locals, provide workshops and resources to CUPE locals that want to set up workplace education programs and encourage clear language communication at all levels of CUPE.
Canadian Vocational Association (CVA)

Canadian Vocational Association (CVA)

CVA is a group of individuals and organizations that actively promote and foster vocational and associated fields of education in Canada. Offering training and certification programs that lead to occupational competence, the association works with private industry and government to respond to changes in education and the needs of education professionals.
Canadore College

Canadore College

The college offers a personalized environment where students can excel in smaller than average classes and where they’ll have their own academic advisor. It offers many different programs: Full-time or part-time, Apprenticeship Training, Continuing Education, Customized Training, Preparatory Studies, etc.
CanLearn Interactive

CanLearn Interactive

CanLearn is the Government of Canada source for interactive information and tools designed to help you save, plan and pay for post-secondary education. Learn how to apply for a student loan, how to repay your student loan and how to save money early on for your child’s education after high school.
CanLearn Society

CanLearn Society

The CanLearn Society provides a range of services to help children, teens and adults. Making positive change happen, the team consists of psychologists, learning and literacy specialists, pediatricians and early childhood educators. CanLearn is a registered charity that relies on support and friendship of the community, corporations and government. The organization knows that understanding learning strengths and challenges brings hope and an improved quality of life.
CanOSH, Canada’s National Occupational Health and Safety Website

CanOSH, Canada’s National Occupational Health and Safety Website

The purpose of this website is to enable Canadians to easily and independently locate Canadian occupational safety and health information. Its Education and Training section contains links to educational resources, training programs and courses provided by agencies in various jurisdictions.
Canucks Family Education Centre

Canucks Family Education Centre

The mandate of the centre is to positively impact low literacy levels on Vancouver’s East side and other locations throughout the province of BC, by providing a co-coordinated, comprehensive, integrated services approach to family literacy and lifelong learning.
Capilano College - Adult Basic Education

Capilano College - Adult Basic Education

Capilano College offers a variety of employment-oriented programs leading to certificates, diplomas and degrees. The ABE program enables students to upgrade their knowledge of English, mathematics, biology, chemistry, earth sciences, physics, geography, history, social studies and computers
Career Bookmarks

Career Bookmarks

Career Bookmarks, based at the Toronto Public Library, is an online gateway to job- and career-related information that has been organized according to the career-planning and job-search process. Bringing together Internet and library resources, the site encourages users to develop their own 'filebox' or customized list of resources.
Career Colleges Ontario

Career Colleges Ontario

Career Colleges Ontario (CCO), formerly the Ontario Association of Career Colleges (OACC), is a non-profit organization established in 1973. The association’s purpose is to ensure that career colleges have a voice with the Ontario provincial government. CCO currently has a membership of over 280 colleges across the province.
Career & Employment Youth Services

Career & Employment Youth Services

CEYS is your one stop solution for information and access to youth employment programs and resources designed to help youth find career related employment.
Career Focus

Career Focus

Career Focus is a tool developed by Engineers Canada to help students and professional engineers design their career paths. It uses the Pathfinder Career System to predict your future performance in a specific job. Pathfinder Career System is considered by many to be one of the world’s finest career assessment tools, built with over 30 years of research to predict the likelihood for an individual to have exceptional performance in a specific role. A pioneer in talent and success metrics, the system is underpinned with statistical validation with over 40,000 individuals.
Career Mash

Career Mash

This website informs young people, and the adults in their lives, about inspiring technology-related career opportunities. Its multimedia profiles of young tech leaders, innovators, builders and problem-solvers, combined with inspiring learning pathways and daily news feeds, will help students separate fact from fiction.
Career One Stop

Career One Stop

Career One Stop is your online pathway to career success. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, the website features tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals.
Careers in Trades.ca

Careers in Trades.ca

What are the trades? Why choose the trades? An initiative of the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum and Skills Canada, this website was created to help you discover the facts about a career in the skilled trades and how an apprenticeship can help you earn while you learn.
Careers.novascotia.ca

Careers.novascotia.ca

Careers.novascotia.ca contains career planning and labour market information specifically for Nova Scotians. The site contains information on wages, training paths, job prospects and employers for over 300 occupations. It offers assistance to youth, adults and career coaches, those individuals who support the career decision-making process of others.
Career Trek

Career Trek

Career Trek is the road to your next job in British Columbia. Travel along with Viviana and Brian as they trek over 8,200 km across B.C. and bring a number of interesting careers to life. This interactive website allows you to choose a career from an alphabetical list of 60+ episodes to quickly see what skills are required to fulfil the requirements for the job.
Carlton Adult Reading and Writing Program

Carlton Adult Reading and Writing Program

Calton Adult Reading and Writing Program started out as a community group providing a one-to-one literacy program. We have grown a lot since then, and while the main focus continues to be on adult literacy, we now provide ESL and various other courses, such as literacy for English speakers, Special Needs classes, Numeracy and Computers.
Catalyst Centre

Catalyst Centre

The “Catalyst Centre One-Stop Pop-Ed Shop Worker Co-op” is a collective of educators committed to democratic, social justice education and community development. Popular Education is a movement, a practice and a theory of social change that is based on learning and committed to resisting unjust uses of power.
Centennial College

Centennial College

Centennial’s full-time and continuing education programs are designed to help students succeed in today’s job market. If you have found it difficult to find employment that matches your education and skills, Centennial College offers short-duration, fast-track programs of interest to internationally trained individuals. Most of the courses offered at Centennial can be customized to meet the specific needs of any workforce.
Center for Adult English Language Acquisition (CAELA)

Center for Adult English Language Acquisition (CAELA)

The Center for Adult English Language Acquisition was created to help states build their capacity to promote English language learning and academic achievement of adults learning English. CAELA has led an initiative to build state capacity for improving the skills of teachers and administrators in adult ESL programs and developing an easy-to-use repository of resources that are accessible through the CAELA website.
Center for Immigrant Education and Training (CIET)

Center for Immigrant Education and Training (CIET)

CIET is committed to meeting the needs of immigrant workers by preparing students to enter or advance their careers in different industries. All of the courses seek to train students to be conversant in American workplace culture. This includes being able to map the next steps on their career path, being able to identify skills they already possess and which can be transferred to new positions, as well as enhancing their computer literacy.
Center for Literacy, Education and Employment (CLEE) – University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Center for Literacy, Education and Employment (CLEE) – University of Tennessee, Knoxville

The Center for Literacy, Education and Employment (CLEE) is a $10-million non-profit organization located within the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The centre supports continuous improvement in the fields of education and workforce development through training, resources, advocacy and research.
Center on Education and Training for Employment

Center on Education and Training for Employment

The Center on Education and Training for Employment at Ohio State University engages with state, national and international clients from education, governmental agencies, organized labour, and public and private entities to generate knowledge. This knowledge is useful for understanding workforce development and developing, implementing and evaluating workforce development programs and policies that are informed by best practices and research.
Central Okanagan School District Adult Continuing Education

Central Okanagan School District Adult Continuing Education

The ACE (Adult Continuing Education) program is designed to assist motivated and academically capable students who are 15 or older. The program is self-paced and academically oriented. Through ACE, students can prepare for the GED, prepare for the LPI (Language Proficiency Index), or can graduate with most college / university prerequisites.
Centre de documentation sur l'éducation des adultes et la condition féminine (CDÉACF)

Centre de documentation sur l'éducation des adultes et la condition féminine (CDÉACF)

The Centre collects, distributes and makes available diverse information and knowledge from Quebec and other francophone areas of Canada, in the fields of literacy, adult education and the status of women.
Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD)

Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD)

The Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development is a community-driven, non-profit human resource development organization serving Winnipeg’s Aboriginal community. Its vision is to share the responsibility of self-determination for all Aboriginal people in Winnipeg by providing quality education, training and employment opportunities through partnerships with community, educational institutions, business/industry and government.
Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks

Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks

The Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks (CCLB) is the national standard setting body for the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) and Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC). The CCLB supports and promotes the use of these national standards in educational, training, community and workplace settings.
Centre for Community Learning & Development

Centre for Community Learning & Development

The mission of this group is to create a strong culture of community engagement through capacity-building, progressive learning and innovative training.
Centre for Education and Industry / University of Warwick

Centre for Education and Industry / University of Warwick

The Centre for Education and Industry works in the field of education-business collaboration and work-related learning. The website provides resources for teaching and learning to aid educators in bringing awareness of industry into their teaching and gives further guidance on work-related learning.
Centre for Education and Training

Centre for Education and Training

The Centre for Education & Training is a not-for-profit corporation that enhances the self-sufficiency and effectiveness of individuals and organizations. A leader in educational curriculum development, professional development and learning solutions, the centre offers customized education, training and career resource solutions.
Centre for Education and Work

Centre for Education and Work

The Centre is focused on the development of adult learner friendly practices in post-secondary education, and, in particular, the development of prior learning assessment and recognition systems. Their expertise in this field has stemmed from many years of research, employment experience, formal education and practical implementation.
Centre for Employment and Learning, The

The Centre for Employment and Learning

The Centre for Employment and Learning is committed to learners – those workers who require employment counselling, customized training or upgrading in their literacy and basic skills. The centre also offers services such as assessment, career planning and instruction in English as a Second Language.
Centre for Excellence in Intercultural Education

Centre for Excellence in Intercultural Education

The Centre for Excellence in Intercultural Education at NorQuest College creates resources to support intercultural competence and to facilitate immigrant integration. As a learning organization, it integrates developing knowledge into the training and educational products it creates.
Centre for Family Literacy

Centre for Family Literacy

The Centre for Family Literacy believes that literacy skills develop in families first. Its focus is on developing and delivering family and adult literacy programs; training family literacy professionals; and serving as an information and program resource.
Centre for Literacy

The Centre for Literacy

The Centre for Literacy is a pan-Canadian, Montreal-based centre of expertise in the areas of adult literacy and essential skills. It supports best practices and informed policy development in literacy by creating bridges between research, policy and practice.
Centre for Research in Higher, Adult and Vocational Education (HAVE)

Centre for Research in Higher, Adult and Vocational Education (HAVE)

Research in the centre is organized around two key themes: Communities and Citizenship, and Pedagogies and the Education of Professionals.
Centre for Research on Work and Society

Centre for Research on Work and Society

The Centre for Research on Work and Society at York University addresses the issues facing labour that arise from the current volatile political transformation of the Canadian world of work. The centre believes a culture of union-university-community research partnerships needs to be fostered to address the climate of rapid restructuring that exists within work and civil society.
Centre for Skills Development & Training, The

The Centre for Skills Development & Training

The Centre for Skills Development & Training has been a provider of quality career and workforce development programs in the Halton region and surrounding areas since 1988. Its services include academic and language skills upgrading, career planning, managerial skills development and training in pre-apprenticeship trades, information technology and workplace communication.
Centre for the North

Centre for the North

The Centre for the North is an initiative of the Conference Board of Canada whose goal is to bring Aboriginal leaders, businesses, governments and community advocates together to identify challenges and opportunities, and to decide how those challenges can be met. In consultation with Roundtable members and Northern stakeholders, the centre delivers cutting-edge research and provides a vibrant forum for discussion on issues facing Canada's North.
Centre for the Study of Living Standards (CSLS)

Centre for the Study of Living Standards (CSLS)

The Centre for the Study of Living Standards is a national, independent, non-profit organization that seeks to contribute to a better understanding of trends in and determinants of productivity, living standards and economic and social well-being through research.
Centre for Workplace Skills

Centre for Workplace Skills

The Centre for Workplace Skills is a business-labour led organization working collaboratively to encourage better participation and investment in skills development in Canada’s workplaces. The Centre promotes and facilitates the exchange of knowledge to address key workplace skills development issues.
CertWork: Work-based Managerial Certification

CertWork: Work-based Managerial Certification

Manufacturers are interested in recognizing the skills and abilities of newcomers to Canada in the area of entry-level management. Through CertWork, a bilingual service of the Centre for Education and Work, underemployed newcomers prepare a portfolio with help from a workplace mentor that is assessed to a set of standards developed by the manufacturing industry. A successful candidate is certified through the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters of Manitoba as a manager in manufacturing.
CESBA (Ontario Association of Adult & Continuing Education School Board Administrators)

CESBA (Ontario Association of Adult & Continuing Education School Board Administrators)

CESBA's objective is to promote and advance the cause of adult and continuing education. The CESBA Literacy Committee coordinates Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) programs offered by Catholic and public school boards across Ontario.
CharityVillage.com

CharityVillage.com

Welcome to Main Street at CharityVillage.com, a Canadian website for the non-profit sector. Every day, you'll find more than 3,500 pages of news, jobs, resources, how-to articles, volunteer and event listings, and educational opportunities.
Child Care Human Resources Sector Council (CCSC)

Child Care Human Resources Sector Council (CCSC)

The Child Care Human Resources Sector Council is a pan-Canadian, non-profit organization that addresses pressing human resources issues in the child care sector. Its projects develop research, strategies, and tools to meet the needs of the child care workforce and achieve related goals. The council’s board members work in national or provincial child care or labour organizations, child care centres or their own homes as early childhood educators or employers, post-secondary training institutions or government.
Chilliwack Learning Community Society

Chilliwack Learning Community Society

The Chilliwack Learning Community Society (CLCS) builds relationships and partnerships to better meet the learning needs of all community members. CLCS has a number of task groups including Early Family Literacy, Youth Literacy, Adult Literacy and Workplace Essential Skills.
Churchill House School of English Language

Churchill House School of English Language

As one of the UK’s leading independent language schools, Churchill House is large enough to offer a wide range of courses and class levels yet small enough to ensure individual attention to students and their studies.
CIVIX

CIVIX

CIVIX is a national, charitable organization whose mission is to grow young Canadians into engaged, committed and active citizens. The organization provides experiential learning opportunities to help young Canadians practise their rights and responsibilities as citizens. Instead of studying about democracy, they experience it first-hand with pertinent issues in real time.
Clare Family Learning Project

Clare Family Learning Project

The aim of the project is to provide family learning courses which support the educational needs of families who are marginalized from the education and employment sectors by the double disadvantages of low income and low educational achievement.
CLB-OSA: Assess Your Canadian English Online

CLB-OSA: Assess Your Canadian English Online

The CLB-OSA is an online self-assessment tool for people who are interested in assessing their English as a Second Language (ESL). These tests are based on the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) and will assess your language proficiency in reading and listening.
Clear Language And Design (CLAD)

Clear Language And Design (CLAD)

Clear Language and Design (CLAD) is a public education program of the Toronto East End Literacy Project, a non-profit organization that helps adults learn to read and write, and educates the public about literacy issues. CLAD provides editing and consulting on a fee for service basis.
Coady International Institute

Coady International Institute

The Coady International Institute has been promoting community self-reliance since it opened its doors to educate leaders from around the world over 45 years ago. Established by St. Francis Xavier University in 1959, it is world-renowned as a centre of excellence in community-based development.
Coady International Institute

Coady International Institute

The Coady International Institute has been promoting community self-reliance since it opened its doors to educate leaders from around the world over 45 years ago. Established by St. Francis Xavier University in 1959, it is world-renowned as a centre of excellence in community-based development.
CODE

CODE

CODE is a Canadian charitable organization that promotes education and literacy in the developing world. It builds the bridge of literacy by developing partnerships that provide resources for learning, promote awareness and understanding, and encourage self-reliance.
Colchester Adult Learning Association (CALA)

Colchester Adult Learning Association (CALA)

CALA is an important resource for adult learners who wish to upgrade their education level to improve their skills at home, in the workplace, or to prepare them for a secondary education.
Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal answers to the education and training needs of francophones in the mid-southwest and Northern Ontario, based on community strengths and decentralization. It offers programs and services that are flexible and adapted to the realities of today's world, in a climate that is conducive to learning and work.
College of the North Atlantic

College of the North Atlantic

The vision of the College of the North Atlantic is of lifelong learners who are educated and highly skilled, able to meet the demands of the labour market and contribute to the social, economic and cultural well-being of their communities.
College of the Rockies - Creston Campus - Adult Basic Education

College of the Rockies - Creston Campus - Adult Basic Education

ABE Program offers a wide range of courses and services for expanding your academic, workplace and lifeskills. Courses and services offered are : academic skills upgrading; literacy instruction; education and career planning; secondary school completion (GED); work experience, etc.
College Reading and Learning Association

College Reading and Learning Association

The CRLA's goals include promoting standards and competency within the profession and stimulating the self-development and professional growth of teachers and reading specialists at all educational levels.
College Sector Committee for Adult Upgrading (CSC)

College Sector Committee for Adult Upgrading (CSC)

In addition to preparing students for post-secondary and apprenticeship training, Ontario college programs are also increasingly focusing on helping them move successfully into employment. This portion of the website is dedicated to sharing resources that colleges have developed to promote and deliver workforce and workplace preparation. The website also has a number of links to other resources including links to essential skills materials.
Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy

Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy

This is a charitable non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote literacy and lifelong learning throughout the Columbia Basin by educating the public about the importance of literacy and by supporting local community actions related to literacy.
Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE)

Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE)

The Commission on Adult Basic Education is organized to advance national and international adult education and literacy opportunities for all persons. COABE strives to promote adult education and literacy programs, including adult basic education, adult secondary education, English for speakers of other languages, family literacy, skills development, workforce development, and other state, federal, and private programs which assist undereducated and/or disadvantaged adults to function effectively in society.
Common Assessment of Basic Skills (CABS)

Common Assessment of Basic Skills (CABS)

Seventy-nine demonstrations from the CABS (Common Assessment of Basic Skills) manual have been recreated on this website to provide a practical assessment tool for use with Literacy/Basic Skills students who can work on computers. Approximately 15 assessment activities at each of the five levels address important reading, writing, numeracy and basic computer skills outcomes in integrated formats.
Communicating at Work

Communicating at Work

The Asian American Civic Association of Boston has created a free website for immigrant adults. Created in response to concerns of its ESOL and training program graduates now working in mainstream American companies, the site is interactive. It features testimonials, learning scenarios and tools to help adult learners improve their communication skills.
Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP)

Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP)

CEP union education provides new members and activists with the basic knowledge and skills they need, helps experienced activists and leaders acquire specialized information and abilities, and fosters a spirit of solidarity and activism.
Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC)

Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC)

CEDEC supports communities by lending planning expertise, and following through by brokering the strategic partnerships that make their plans a reality. With a focus on the English-speaking community, it strives to encourage and empower all small business owners and entrepreneurs, prospective employees, and potential stakeholders with information, expert input, and other resources indispensable in the development and sustainability of new wealth-generating opportunities.
Community Employment Resource Centre (CERC)

Community Employment Resource Centre (CERC)

The Community Employment Resource Centre (CERC) is a not-for-profit community-based organization with over 26 years of providing high-quality employment services to the Ottawa community. CERC serves all Ontario residents who are looking for employment and training as well as Ontario employers seeking candidates to fill positions.
Community Learning Association North of Smokey (CLANS)

Community Learning Association North of Smokey (CLANS)

CLANS is a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to provide adult literacy programming to residents of the North of Smokey area of Cape Breton. The goal of CLANS is to sustain a learning network that will assist people to improve their reading, writing and math skills so that they can participate more fully in their home, workplace and community.
Community Learning Network

Community Learning Network

The Community Learning Network (CLN) is a provincial not-for-profit organization that provides support, professional development, resources and networking opportunities to Alberta’s 81 Community Adult Learning Councils and their staff. CLN works with the Community Programs Branch of Alberta Advanced Education and Technology to enable councils to address adult learning needs in the communities they serve.
Community Learning Network (CLN)

Community Learning Network (CLN)

The CLN is designed to help K-12 teachers integrate technology into their classrooms.
Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)

Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)

Founded in 1974, CLEO specializes in public legal education and information, primarily through the production of printed materials. CLEO's publications are written largely but not only for the low income community. By describing the law as simply and clearly as possible, these materials help readers understand and exercise their legal rights.
Community Literacy of Ontario

Community Literacy of Ontario

This is an organization that exists to support and promote English language community-based literacy programs in Ontario through consultation, information sharing and program support.
Comox Valley Adult Learning Centre

Comox Valley Adult Learning Centre

The Adult Learning Centre is an organization of the Community Adult Literacy and Learning Society (CALLS). CALLS is a coalition of interested people who support and promote literacy for all individuals and groups in the Comox Valley.
Conestoga College

Conestoga College

The college offers more than 60 career-related, skills-oriented programs. Its programs in engineering technology, business and business administration, information technology, communications and media, health sciences, community services and the skilled trades are well recognized.
Confederation College

Confederation College

Its mission is to provide excellent, accessible, learner-centred education connecting learners, the communities of Northwestern Ontario, and the global workplace.
Conference Board of Canada, The / Education and Learning Department

Conference Board of Canada, The / Education and Learning Department

The education and learning department helps leaders work together to develop a skilled and innovative society that will prepare Canadians for today’s knowledge-based economy. Members conduct leading-edge research, facilitate dialogue, recognize excellence and communicate results, creating maximum impact and change in Canada’s educational practices and policies.
Consumer Association of Canada

Consumer Association of Canada

To function well in the marketplace, consumers must not only be able to understand words and messages, but also interpret them for their own use. To help with this, CAC has a National Program on Consumer Literacy.
Contact North

Contact North

The mission of Contact North/Contact Nord is to increase and improve affordable and equitable access to quality education and training for Northern Ontario residents, to support regional and community economic development and to promote a culture of lifelong learning.
Copian

Copian

For almost a quarter of a century Copian has been an innovative leader in connecting Canadian literacy and learning organizations, in both official languages, to information, tools, expertise and each other through the use of technology.
Corona College

Corona College

Corona College is committed to providing post-secondary education that meets the needs of the labour market, enabling graduates to cope with the ever-changing world of high technology. The college offers courses in adult basic education in addition to academic programs that cover a wide range of careers.
Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy

Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy

The mission of CAAL is to help advance adult literacy in the United States. To this end, CAAL pursues an agenda of issues that bears critically on policy, practice, and planning, especially at the state and federal levels.
Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET)

Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET)

CAMET is dedicated to further enhancing the level of cooperation in public and post-secondary education by working on common issues to improve learning for all Atlantic Canadians, optimize efficiencies, and bring added value to provincial initiatives and priorities.
Council of Elizabeth Fry Societies of Ontario

Council of Elizabeth Fry Societies of Ontario

The Council of Elizabeth Fry Societies of Ontario (CEFSO) is the provincial voice for the ten Elizabeth Fry Societies in Ontario. CEFSO is the Regional Advocate for federally sentenced women in Ontario. It monitors the conditions for both provincially and federally sentenced women in prison.
Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)

Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)

The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) is an intergovernmental body founded in 1967 by the ministers of education. Its goals are to serve: as a forum to discuss policy issues; a mechanism through which to undertake activities, projects, and initiatives in areas of mutual interest; a means by which to consult and cooperate with national education organizations and the federal government; and an instrument to represent the education interests of the provinces and territories internationally.
Creative Workplace Learning (CWL)

Creative Workplace Learning (CWL)

Creative Workplace Learning (formerly Continuing Education Institute) provides innovative on-site education and training programs to employees in need of basic English and academic skills. A non-profit organization, CWL seeks to provide a national model for adult literacy in the workplace by partnering with students and employers in developing work-relevant learning experiences.
Cultivating Educational Technologies

Cultivating Educational Technologies

This site aims to promote wisdom in the use of emerging educational technologies of post-secondary instruction in B.C.
Cultural Human Resources Council

Cultural Human Resources Council

The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) strives to be at the centre of vision and forward thinking in the area of cultural human resources development. CHRC brings together representatives of arts disciplines and cultural industries in the cultural sector to address the training and career development needs of employers and cultural workers including artists, technical staff, managers and all others engaged professionally in the sector.
Cumberland Adult Network for Upgrading

Cumberland Adult Network for Upgrading

Cumberland Adult Network for Upgrading (CAN-U) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping adults in Cumberland County improve their literacy, numeracy and technology skills. Its mandate is to work with adults 19 years of age and older who do not have a high school diploma and have been out of school for at least a year.
Curriculum Services Canada

Curriculum Services Canada

Curriculum Services Canada is Canada's leading Standards Agency for the evaluation of educational resources.
Curtoglen Literacy Centre

Curtoglen Literacy Centre

The Curtoglen Literacy Centre is a non-profit community organization, made up largely of parents and community volunteers who are dedicated to addressing the literacy needs of parents and children.
The Commonwealth of Learning (COL)

The Commonwealth of Learning (COL)

Creates and widens access to education and to improve its quality, through distance education and associated communications technologies, to meet the particular requirements of member countries.
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