Our Stories

  • 07Sep 2021
    My Dad Always Said That Life is Like Golf

    Each year, to close out the PGI READ Saskatoon Golf Tournament for Literacy, a poet laureate reads the poem they created throughout that day. We were honoured to have Erin Berger as our poet this year. Erin has been involved with READ Saskatoon for many years so it seemed fitting for her to be part of our […]

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  • 01Sep 2021
    Opinion Editorial – Chief Felix Thomas

    Currently one-third of Saskatchewan adults struggle with literacy daily and one-third of Saskatchewan children show up for kindergarten not ready to learn. September 8, International Literacy Day, allows us to reflect on a very important fact: literacy is the cornerstone of development. It leads to better health, better employment opportunities, and safer and more stable […]

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  • 01Sep 2021
    Learner Achievement Award Winner 2021

    Hello, and Welcome, today, I believe it is an honor to be here, at this moment, here at Canada. My name is Xiaoyan Jin. I Came to Canada in 2013. The Place I Started making a Living was Saskatoon. Everything was a new beginning into my life chapter, but my biggest challenge I faced was my English, because English is not my type. I remember the days of me […]

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  • 17Aug 2021
    READ Saskatoon’s Importance in Healthcare Outcomes – Perspective of a Summer Student

    During my time at READ Saskatoon as a summer student, I had the opportunity to engage with families through Family Literacy programs such as 1, 2 Buckle my Shoe and...

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  • 05Jul 2021
    Celebrating Beth’s Retirement

    As we are wrapping up the end of the program year at READ Saskatoon, we are also wishing a fond far...

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  • 24Jun 2021
    Quicksand: Covid-19 Edition

    Perseverance is defined as persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving

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