Family language kits launched at Glen Elm library

REGINA — The Regina Public Library is launching a pilot project this year that aims to teach English to new residents of Canada.

After two years of work, the RPL’s Glen Elm branch has introduced family language kits to help new residents and their children learn English as a family.

Glen Elm wanted to accommodate the growing immigrant and refugee population in Regina, said Charles Ottosen, branch head at Glen Elm RPL. More>>>

Photos courtesy of Jian Wang, Coordinator, Multilingual Library Services, Provincial Library & Literacy Office, Ministry of Education

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