Our Stories

  • 02May 2022
    Supporting Your Child’s Reading Journey

    Even when your child starts school, you are their first and most important teacher. Reading out of necessity and reading for enjoyment are two very different things. At READ Saskatoon we want to spark a love of reading for children by growing their learning strategies and reading skills. We believe parents play a vital role […]

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  • 14Jan 2022
    Literacy + Play = Success!

    Family Literacy Day is Thursday, January 27th. Register here to celebrate literacy and learning in your home. READ Saskatoon’s family literacy programs combine learning and play through literacy enriched activities and information. Our programs are grounded in the belief that children’s literacy development start in the home and community, and the special adults in a […]

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  • 23Nov 2021
    You Can Empower People

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  • 05Nov 2021
    RESPs: An Overlooked Tool for Poverty Reduction

    Have you ever felt intimidated trying to access financial information or support? If so, you are not alone. At READ Saskatoon, we often hear about the challenges people face trying to make the best financial decisions for themselves and their families. To exacerbate existing challenges, COVID-19 has drastically altered the services many financial institutions provide. […]

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  • 18Oct 2021
    Conexus Wins Community Builder Award

    I am thrilled to accept the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon Community Builder Award on behalf of our Board, our employees – who give unselfishly of their time and talent – and our members – whose patronage enables us to support the phenomenal work being done through READ Saskatoon’s literacy programs. Being connected to our communities […]

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  • 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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