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Families First Society

Families First Society

This society works in partnership with many community agencies to offer a variety of programs and services that promote positive parenting and early childhood development to families with young children ages 0-6 years. It offers parent education, programs for young children to learn and play, family support services, etc.
Family Service Canada

Family Service Canada

Family Service Canada is a national not-for-profit organization that promotes learning and the exchange of expertise through the dynamic relationships between executive leaders of family-serving organizations in Canada.
Fanshawe College

Fanshawe College

Fanshawe College has a community focus. Committed to personal, social and economic success through quality education and learning for employment, the college strives to enrich the lives of individuals and meet the changing needs of diverse communities.
FAS Training & Employment Authority

FAS Training & Employment Authority

As the national training and employment authority for Ireland, FÁS anticipates the needs of, and responds to, a constantly changing labour market that employs over two million people. Through a regional network of 66 offices and 20 training centres, FÁS operates training and employment programs; provides a recruitment service to jobseekers and employers and an advisory service for industry; and supports community-based enterprises.
Federated Women's Institutes of Canada

Federated Women's Institutes of Canada

The objectives of this group are to: provide a united national voice for Women's Institutes of Canada; initiate national programs and to provide resource material; provide a medium of inter-communication among the units of the Federation; provide leadership in the promotion of Canadian agriculture and other aspects of community living; and develop responsible citizens through the study of issues of national and international importance.
Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

The Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences promotes research, scholarship, creative activity and learning. It serves as a national voice and public policy advocate for Canada’s scholars, students and practitioners in the humanities and social sciences.
Festival of Literacies

Festival of Literacies

The Festival of Literacies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) is a meeting ground for diverse literacy communities. It coordinates credit and non-credit courses, online and on campus. Another aspect is the Research-in-Practice, such as research in Aboriginal Literacy. As well, the site has a list of speakers and events for the upcoming academic year.
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is an independent body working to protect and inform consumers of financial products and services. The federal government’s lead agency on financial education and literacy, the FCAC was established to strengthen oversight of consumer issues and expand consumer education in the financial sector.
Financial Literacy Month

Financial Literacy Month

Financial Literacy Month (November) is a full month of activities and events that highlight the need for increased financial literacy in Canada, as well as the programs, services and tools that help Canadians improve their knowledge, skills and confidence in making the best financial choices for themselves. The observance is organized by the Financial Literacy Action Group, a coalition of seven non-profit organizations, working in collaboration with the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada.
First Book

First Book

A national nonprofit organization with a single mission: to give disadvantaged children the opportunity to read and own their first new books. The primary goal of First Book is to work with existing literacyprograms to distribute new books to children who, for economic or other reasons, have little or no access to books.
First Nations Education Council (FNEC)

First Nations Education Council (FNEC)

The FNEC is a representative and support organization made up of 22 Quebec Aboriginal communities from eight First Nations. The FNEC's mission is to defend its member communities' interests in order to improve the educational services for their students.
First Nations, Inuit and Métis Essential Skills Inventory Project (FIMESIP)

First Nations, Inuit and Métis Essential Skills Inventory Project (FIMESIP)

The First Nations, Inuit and Métis ES Inventory Project’s goals are to better understand the state of practice with respect to ES initiatives tailored to First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth and adults living in diverse communities throughout Canada and to share these insights and lessons learned with the larger community of practice. Through FIMESIP, its creators have identified factors (Markers of Promising Practice) that contribute to the success of ES programming and resource development.
First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI)

First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI)

First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI), an Aboriginal-owned and controlled post-secondary institute, was created in 1985, through innovative and dynamic partnerships, to provide access to post-secondary programs for Aboriginal people. Currently there are over 300 post-secondary students and adult learners from across the country enrolled in capacity-building programs at FNTI.
Fleming College

Fleming College

Fleming College strives to ensure that students succeed through personalized learning, innovation and achievement powered by people. The college champions personal and career success through applied learning. It contributes to community success and sustainability through its programs, services and applied research.
Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) - Communication and Education

Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) - Communication and Education

This Department serves as a global reference centre for knowledge and advice on biophysical, biological, socio-economic and social dimensions of sustainable development. It was established by FAO in response to the need to take a more holistic and strategic approach to development support and poverty alleviation.
Food Processing HR Council (FPHRC)

Food Processing HR Council (FPHRC)

The Food Processing HR Council is the human resources voice for Canadian food processors and manufacturers, focusing on addressing HR requirements, and your ability to face the future confidently in the knowledge that the industry’s workers are at the leading edge. FPHRC monitors the industry’s HR developments and needs, and is a leader in delivering HR information and training tools to support a safe and secure food supply and a viable and competitive food processing sector.
Foreign Credentials Referral Office (FCRO)

Foreign Credentials Referral Office (FCRO)

As part of Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the Foreign Credentials Referral Office provides information, path-finding and referral services on foreign credential recognition to help internationally trained workers succeed and put their skills to work in Canada more quickly.
Forest Products Sector Council (FPSC)

Forest Products Sector Council (FPSC)

The Forest Products Sector Council manages research and other projects that deliver information and analysis on critical human resources issues for the Canadian forest products sector, thereby supporting this sector’s long-term success. Results from these projects will be used to inform sector-wide human resources strategic planning, producing best-practice guides and other tools that can be used readily by business and labour.
Forum for International Trade Training (FITT)

Forum for International Trade Training (FITT)

The Forum for International Trade Training (FITT) equips individuals and businesses with the practical skills they need to succeed in today’s competitive global marketplace. An international trade training and professional certification body, FITT sets the standards and designs the training programs for the professional designation, Certified International Trade Professional (CITP). Centred on international trade best practices and delivered by a broad network of educational partners, FITT’s quality training programs impart knowledge and practical skills that trade practitioners can apply immediately.
French Education… in Nova Scotia

French Education… in Nova Scotia

This website is a portal to the Nova Scotia Acadian and Francophone educational institutions and organizations which work directly in the field of education. It illustrates the benefits of an education in French.
Frontier College

Frontier College

Frontier College has been responding to the literacy needs of Canadians since 1899. Its national network of volunteers teaches literacy skills through the Student Centred Individualized Learning method. Other programs include Campus Programs (Students for Literacy) and the Labourer-Teacher Program.

Frontier College - Concordia University

Frontier College - Concordia University

Frontier College is a Canada-wide, volunteer-based, literacy organization. It teaches people to read and write and nurtures an environment favorable to lifelong learning. Since 1899, the college has been reaching out to people wherever they are and responding to their particular learning needs. It believes in literacy as a right and works to achieve literacy for all.
Frontier College New Readers Bookstore

Frontier College New Readers Bookstore

This bookstore has a wide variety of resources for tutors, trainers, teachers and learners. Their booklist contains titles of interest to low literacy readers, titles that support students’ writing skills, dictionaries and reference books for students, Clear and Plain Language Writing tools, resources for volunteer tutors and literacy instructors, and volunteer management resources.
Frontier College: Students for Literacy at U of T

Frontier College: Students for Literacy at U of T

Frontier College is a national volunteer-based literacy organization. Students for Literacy provides volunteer university students to teach reading and writing to youth and adult learners.
Further Education Society of Alberta

Further Education Society of Alberta

The Further Education Society of Alberta (FESA) is a registered charitable organization whose vision is to provide lifelong learning opportunities to those who will benefit from education and training. With the assistance of supportive community partners, FESA is able to reach these individuals through offering free, locally-based programs.
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