Quebec City Reading Council (QCRC) held its annual celebration of adult learners in partnership with Eastern Quebec Learning Centre as part of worldwide movement to raise awareness of the importance of education and adult literacy.
The 2016 Census is coming! Learn about the upcoming Census and job opportunities with Statistics Canada
“The census provides a statistical portrait of the country and its people."
The census is one of the most important sources of statistics for our country. Census information is important for all communities and is vital for planning services such as schools, daycare, housing, police services, fire protection, roads, public transit, and skills training for employment.
Canada’s next census will be conducted in May 2016.
Early in May, census packages will be delivered to households across Canada, providing residents with the information they need to complete their questionnaire online or on paper.
Completed questionnaires will provide valuable information that will be used by all levels of government to make decisions about your neighbourhood and community. Information obtained through the census is needed to plan services such as child care, schooling, family services, housing, public transportation and skills training for employment.
Every person, young and old, must be included in the 2016 Census. For more information about the 2016 Census, visit www.census.gc.ca.
Recommended read of the week...
Now in your library you can borrow eBooks thanks to Overdrive, the only thing that you need is your library card! Click on the link below to get a sample of the recommended book, and if you like the book you can go to your library’s website and borrow the book!!!
This week we recommendThe Illegal by Lawrence Hill
4590 rue de Verdun suite 206