Affordable Education
The process of enabling equal access to high-quality, affordable education has been created through the partnership between the Royal Alberta College (RAC) and #FreeLearn Canada's core group of highly skilled professionals who volunteer their expertise to create programs in conjunction with industry leaders.
Affordable Education

The process of enabling equal access to high-quality, affordable education has been created through the partnership between the Royal Alberta College (RAC) and #FreeLearn Canada’s core group of highly skilled professionals who volunteer their expertise to create programs in conjunction with industry leaders.

Our Mandate

Creating and delivering educational training pathways and learning opportunities for marginalized individuals in Canada.

Equal Access Education

#FREELEARN Canada and industry stakeholders collaborate to create solutions through education, mentorship, job training and guidance in a non-confrontational, culturally sensitive, inclusive and supportive environment. Our industry partners value the importance of creating equal access to education without barriers to enable better representation within their industry of qualified and trained individuals, that will include those that represent marginalized groups; including individuals from lower socioeconomic brackets, Canadians that identify as Black, Indigenous or as a Person of Colour [BIPOC], Newcomers, Refugees, Women, racialized and any other underserved community that requires support.

Industry Ready

Collectively through our partnerships we will eliminate the effects of “adverse impact,” and fulfill employment shortages with trained and qualified people through our self-funded, self-sustaining Educational Ecosystem and Knowledge Hub, we wish to better enable our wonderful country.
“We work with industry stakeholders that wish to create change from within industry through the advancement of education.”
– Dr. Crowfoot, Co-Chair, Board of Governors

Our Industry Partners

Free Learn Canada promotes the advancement of education to assist marginalized Canadians, including individuals from lower socioeconomic brackets, individuals detached from the workforce, Canadians that identify as Black, Indigenous or as a Person of Colour [BIPOC], LGBTQI2+, Newcomers, Refugees, Women, racialized and other underrepresented communities that face hardship and lack employment opportunities.

Promotion occurs through the creation of programs made through collaboration with stakeholders that shall include, yet not be limited to:

• other not-for-profit entities,
• private for-profit industries,
• professional and non-professional associations,
• Tribal and Indigenous Councils,
• Societies, and
• Trade Unions.

Our Team

The Board’s priority is “Enabling equal access to affordable, high-quality, accessible education to Canadians that face barriers.”

#FreeLearn Canada obtains a group of highly skilled volunteers with decades of experience. Selected volunteers are designated as Directors and Governors. They will provide their recommendations to the Executive Director and other staff on an as-needed basis to deliver educational resources to our intended audiences. 

Free Learn Canada Nondiscrimination Policy

Free Learn Canada values and respects individual and cultural differences and is committed to providing an inclusive environment that is welcoming and free from discrimination.

Free Learn Canada partners with organizations that promote equity and equality and obtain a mission and/or policies that eliminate discrimination in hiring, compensation, promotion, termination, retirement, training, programs, activities, and/or services based on race, colour, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, political affiliation, union membership, or veteran status.