Articles for ‘Fredericton’

Audio of Fredericton Presentations

Friday, April 17th, 2009

The following links are the audio files for the entire session in Fredericton.

Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network, Don Jamieson, Ph.D.

O’Neill Strategic Economics, Tim O’Neill, Ph.D.

Canadian Research Institute for Social Policy, University of New Brunswick, Doug Willms, Ph.D.

The Telegraph Journal, Jamie Irving

The Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick, Penelope Pacey and Linda Homer

KSI Research International Inc., Mary Butler

National Adult Literacy Database (NALD), Katherine d’Entremont

New Brunswick Public Library Service, Teresa Johnson

University of New Brunswick, Pam Whitty, Ph.D.

University of New Brunswick, Elizabeth Sloat, Ph.D.

St. Thomas University, Andrea Bear Nicholas

Talk with Me Program, Sheelagh Callahan

Atlantic Canada and Quebec AMEC Earth & Environmental, Gregory Gillis

Discussion Period

Fredericton PowerPoints

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

In this post you will find PowerPoint presentations from our Fredericton consultation.

O’Neill Strategic Economics, Tim O’Neill

CRISP, University of New Brunswick, Doug Willms

KSI Research International Inc., Mary Butler

Talk with Me! Early Language Services, Sheelagh Callaghan

University of New Brunswick, Pam Whitty

St. Thomas University, Andrea Bear Nicholas

Fredericton Presentations

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Following are links to video presentations from the Fredericton public consultations.  We will post more videos as they become available.

NALD Presentation

Gregory Gillis’ Presentation

Andrea Bear Nicholas’ Presentation

At the halfway point

Friday, March 13th, 2009

We have reached the midpoint of our journey as we have completed 4 of the 8 scheduled sessions for the National Strategy for Early Literacy.  To summarize a successful day here in Fredericton our moderator, Randy Boissonault, discussed the variety of presentations seen and added to his “Four C’s” principle.  Watch the video:

Fredericton Wrap-up Video

Best Quote of the Day in Fredericton

Friday, March 13th, 2009

From the presentation by Katherine d’Entremont of the National Adult Literacy Database. From an anonymous source:

“What if we train them and they leave? What if we don’t and they stay?”

A full house in Fredericton

Friday, March 13th, 2009

The sun is shining here in Fredericton and we have a full house of panelists and presenters here at the fourth of the eight public consultations.  There is an interesting slate of presenters lined up for today.  They include representatives from local print media, economists, social policy research institutes, the francophone community and the Aboriginal community, to name a few.


Fredericton, NB - March 13th, Delta Fredericton

Thursday, February 26th, 2009