History of Équipe d'alphabétisation - Nouvelle-Écosse
A study entitled The first step towards literacy, basic education and academic upgrading in the Acadian community in Nova Scotia by Carmelle d'Entremont identifies the literacy needs of Acadians in the province.
The Literacy Resource Centre is established.
The Fédération acadienne de la Nouvelle-Écosse (FANE) agreed to assume the coordination of the Team and assigned a coordinator.
The Literacy Task Force is founded by representatives from the different Acadian regions.
Équipe d'alphabétisation - Nouvelle-Écosse is created.
The Team receives its first grants from the Department of Education's Community Learning Initiative program.
Publication of the first Team newsletter.
The first provincial literacy meeting is held in Halifax.
The Team receives the Star Award from the Canadian Federation for French Literacy for the Écrivons project.
The Star Award of the Fédération canadienne pour l'alphabétisation en français is awarded for the second consecutive year to the Team for the project Développer la confiance Aller de l'avant.
The group conducts a three-year strategic planning process.
The organization has a new name, Literacy Team Nova Scotia, and a new logo.
Nova Scotia is taking a lead role in organizing and hosting the Atlantic Acadian French Literacy Conference on a one-to-one basis.
The Literacy Team-Nova Scotia was incorporated on November 26, 2002.
2003 to present
The Team continues to offer its services to the Acadian communities of Nova Scotia. The Team is always able to undertake new challenges and projects to better serve its clientele.