Adult Literacy in Canada 2017 by the CUPE Literacy Program

A study by the CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees) Literacy Program about Adult Literacy in Canada in 2017 (Originally posted on the Calgary Learns website)

Adults With Inadequate Literacy Skills Study by The Conference Board of Canada

“Adequate literacy skills are not only an economic issue; they have profound social consequences as well. For example, individuals with inadequate literacy skills are more likely to report poor health, to be less politically engaged, and to be more socially isolated.”