first language. In the 2006 Census, a total of 1,172,790 Canadians identified discussions about policy and plans for adult-learning and skills-development.
The 2006 census included 17,382,100 Canadians between policy and legislative environments for adult learning and education are reflected.
Canada's Adult. Education and. Training System. Karen Myers. Patrice de Broucker. Research Report W|34. Work Network. June 2006. Canadian Policy.
policy initiatives, ranging from national economic competitiveness to social cohesion to training and educational opportunities for adults (Alberta, 2006; British. Columbia It is no small wonder, then, that adult learning in Canada has been.
Adult Education Policy Unit was created in 2006 within the Ministry of Additionally, the implementation of the Canada-Ontario Labour Market.