The first Peter Gzowski Invitational Golf Tournament for Literacy (PGI) took place in 1986 with a commitment from the late broadcaster to someday raise $1 million across Canada for literacy programs. Today there are PGI events across Canada and our generous supporters within Nova Scotia alone have raised more than $1.5 million. Literacy Nova Scotia (LNS) the beneficiary of the funds raised through NSPGI, is a non-profit organization that supports literacy promotion and development in Nova Scotia. Net revenue raised at the NSPGI will stay in Nova Scotia and will be used by LNS to support adult learners. Your support of NSPGI will make a difference to the more than 2,000 adults enrolled each year in 30+ community-based programs across our province.
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E. Dale Reddick

2016 Nova Learning Inc Nova Scotia Learner Award Dale left school early for a career as a bus driver for the schoolboard, which he kept for many years. “After transporting generations of kids back and forth from school, I decided that it was me that nee

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Hakim Ibrahim

2016 Gary Mason Achievement Award Hakim left his family in Sudan due to war there. He travelled through many countries in Africa seeking peace and stability, and eventually arrived in Ghana in 2011 where he spent almost four years in a refugee camp. After