No Canadian is prevented from learning because they could not pay for it.
Canadian children learn how to learn - a lifelong skill
Canadian learn to live well as they learn to make a living.
Canadian communities solve their problems through learning.
Canadian workplaces purposefully invest in the learning of their workers.
All Canadians are literate.
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Individuals can serve as board members, vote at the AGM, and more!
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Your generous contributions will support lifelong learning for Canadians.
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Passionately interested in a topic? Education provides individuals space to immerse themselves in information about topics that interest them.
"It's actually a core need for psychological well-being. Learning can help us build confidence and a sense of self-efficacy," Vanessa King, positive psychology expert at Action for Happiness.
Learning a new skill creates new connections in the brain. More connections = larger brain volume and greater cognitive reserve. Learning a new skill can ward off the detrimental affects of aging on the brain.
Numerous studies have shown a link between higher education and positive health and wellness.
The average person changes jobs 10 - 15 times during their careers. Developing adaptable and transferable skills is important to making those leaps.
"Technological change demands stronger and more continues connections between education and employment" - The Economist