Read the stories of resilience in this report to learn more about our efforts and results in helping people reach their goals through literacy.
This discussion paper, prepared in advance of the National Forum on Literacy and Technology, discusses the role literacy plays in our tech-based wo...
This discussion paper, written in Inuktitut (Baffin dialect), prepared in advance of the National Forum on Literacy and Technology, discusses the r...
Keeping you informed about Frontier College during the Coronavirus.
Our five-year road map for success.
Find out what's new at Frontier College.
Facts, stories, and testimonials from our Summer Literacy Camps.
School-year student success programs for children and youth.
Responses from Political Parties Regarding Early Literacy in Canada
We need a vision to ensure everyone has the skills to respond to the challenges and opportunities of a complex and rapidly changing world.
We need to remove barriers to learning and skills development for all people in Canada.
Learn more about the connections between improved literacy and greater civic engagement.
2019 National Research Report on Literacy and Essential Skills as a Poverty Reduction Strategy
2019 National Research Report on Literacy and Essential Skills as a Poverty Reduction Strategy Full Report
Literacy is more than the ability to read and write.
Learn more about the connections between improved literacy and better health.
Frontier College created this position paper and recommendations highlighting the need for literacy interventions as a key means to reduce poverty.
Get the stats on what people think about literacy in Canada.
Our latest stats and figures.
In 2020, Frontier College was privileged to deliver the Lieutenant Governor’s Indigenous Summer
Reading Camps in partnership with 19 communi...
Find out about our incredible volunteers.
In 1920, Jessie Lucas became secretary-treasurer of Frontier College and remained in that position for 43 years. Along with a handful of female Labourer-Teachers, Ms. Lucas was one of the first women hired at the College.