Here’s how this organization is working to bring digital accessibility to remote communities

Community Learning HUB is bringing digital learning to communities without reliable internet access

Why It Matters

Digital access is no longer a privilege, but a right. While the internet makes a sea of information available at our fingertips, lack of connection to the digital world can create a vast gap. The Community Learning HUB is a digital learning platform that provides life skills for marginalized youth. Now their recent partnership with Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services Corporation brings this knowledge to remote communities in Northern Ontario.

This story is in partnership with Community Learning HUB

It’s easy to take our high-speed internet for granted. But the reality is that lack of digital access is a prevalent issue across Canada for youth in remote communities. 

As more and more of our life has shifted online over the last year, access to the digital world is more important than ever. While most people with a computer and wifi can feel connected to daily life, those without this access can face a dramatic gap in accessing digital tools.

Community Learning HUB is one solution closing the gap in access to digital. It’s an online learning platform that uses a blended approach to learning for marginalized youth. It’s a facilitator-led — meaning there’s a frontline worker from partner agencies who facilitates all o

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