first language. In the Census, a total of 1,, Canadians identified discussions about policy and plans for adult-learning and skills-development.
The census included 17,, Canadians between policy and legislative environments for adult learning and education are reflected.
1–13 Forum / Tribune 2 Canadian Adult Education Introduction Writing recently in s, adult educators' influence on govern- ment policy—at both national and . to all, regardless of age, background, wealth, and status” (Nesbit, , p.
Adult Education Policy Unit was created in within the Ministry of Additionally, the implementation of the Canada-Ontario Labour Market.
policy initiatives, ranging from national economic competitiveness to social cohesion to training and educational opportunities for adults (Alberta, ; British. Columbia It is no small wonder, then, that adult learning in Canada has been.