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The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, Government of Canada, launched the second phase of the Digital Literacy Exchange Program and announced a $17.6 million federal investment to help ensure that everyone has the knowledge to fully participate in the digital economy.
This significant investment will support not-for-profit organizations that teach digital literacy skills to Canadians who face barriers to participating in the digital world. This includes seniors, individuals who have not completed high school, Indigenous people, individuals who do not speak English or French at home, persons with disabilities, newcomers to Canada, low-income individuals, and people living in northern, rural and remote communities.
If your not-for-profit organization is interested in participating in this initiative, submit a proposal by September 7, 2022 – click here to learn more.
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