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Skill Building Supports

We believe in the power of skill development to empower individuals in their day-to-day lives, and our programs are dedicated to guiding you on this path. Beyond gaining or strengthening skills, our initiatives are woven into the fabric of community. By connecting individuals, we foster a sense of belonging and collaboration, recognizing the strength that comes from shared experiences and mutual support. Central to our approach is the cultivation of self-confidence and self-awareness. These programs are not just about learning; they are about discovering the depth of your capabilities and understanding the unique qualities that make you thrive. Join us in this dynamic and supportive environment, where skill-building goes beyond the surface – it becomes a journey of self-discovery, community connection, and personal empowerment.

For more information and to register please contact us at or (825) 540-4717


Our skill-building programs are designed to:


  • Provide a safe and brave space for skill exploration

  • Help you develop skills to empower you in your day-to-day

  • Connect individuals with a community

  • Foster self-confidence and self-awareness

English Language Club

This program is designed to provide participants from all walks of life a non-judgmental space to practice their beginner to intermediate English skills. Among English skill practice, participants also engage in written grammatical lessons to improve their speaking, learn about Canadian culture, and make friends who have come from other cultures and across continents.

Who is this for?

  • Adults 18 years and older

  • People with beginner to intermediate English skills, interested in further developing their conversational abilities

  • Language learners seeking a comfortable place to learn English

How long is this program?

This is a year round program offered at two of our Hub locations

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Digital Literacy

This program is aimed at equipping participants with fundamental computer skills essential for navigating the digital landscape in today’s technology driven world. Digital Literacy covers foundational topics such as internet safety, email usage and etiquette, online application form navigation, typing, and word processing document usage among other things!


Who is this club for?

  • Adults 18 years old and older

  • People with beginner computer skills interested in learning more

How long is this program?

​This is a one on one 6- week program offered by appointment. Book your spot by email at or call (825) 540-4717.

Senior Computer Class
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