Category: VIDEO

Video explains the Write to Read Project

The Write to Read project is “community based,” which means it is not underwritten by any level of government or other funding mechanism. The project needs books, computers, donations, volunteers, mentors and skills from people like you. The purpose, history…

Britco Commits to Building 5 More Libraries

Britco Structures of Langley has been a prime sponsor of the Lt. Governor Steven Point’s aboriginal literacy initiative from the beginning. The company, which builds modular trailers on its property in suburban Langley, donated the first modular trailer to the…

How the Aboriginal Literacy Project Began

Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Steven Point reveals why he started the Aboriginal Literacy Project, where he first got the idea, and how the project first developed. In each of the ten Canadian provinces the Lieutenant Governor has the choice…

Equal Partnerships Important

Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Steven Point discusses why it is important to engage First Nations communities as equal partners, and not just provide a service for them. For First Nations communities to achieve buy-in with any project, they must…

Expanding Beyond Donations

His Honour Steven Point, the Lt. Governor of British Columbia, explains how the Aboriginal Literacy Project has the potential to expand well beyond the donation of books and the installation of libraries in remote communities. Once partnerships between urban groups…