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A group of nine CUPE members from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba spent a week in Red Deer, Alberta, in early May attending the Literacy Projects first union-based literacy workshop.

The aim was to provide participants with basic information about setting up a workplace education program. Some of the workshop topics included: how to get started, where to get money, how to design and run a program, and how to put a worker-centered program in place.

It gave me the opportunity to learn more about literacy. When I started, I was blind. Now, I can see, said one member.