We’ve suspended all of our learning experiences until April 30th
Updated on April 14
All of our in-person experiences are suspended until June 30th.
Our live online experiences are now open for registration!
Original post below, published on March 13, 2020.
A note from our CEO, Melissa Sariffodeen, to our community
Since we started in 2011, we’ve always put community at the centre of everything we do. The health and safety of our community of learners, volunteers, partners and staff are our top priority.
At Canada Learning Code, we design and deliver hands-on collaborative, in-person learning experiences for all people in Canada.
Following increased and overwhelming concerns about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we want to do our part to ensure the safety of our community across Canada at this time. Effective immediately, all workshops up to and including April 30th are cancelled.
We will continue to monitor and reevaluate the situation as more information becomes available. We are also currently exploring other options to provide our learning experiences to our communities coast-to-coast-to-coast. Stay tuned for more details, which will be updated here (bookmark this blog)!
We thank you for your on-going support. We look forward to bringing you great learning experiences in the future!
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