Welcome to MENTOR Canada's Resource Library housing our communications documentation including mentoring awareness and event updates

Browse our collection of reports, factsheets, articles, and more.

E-mentoring: Key Topic Overview

This e-mentoring key topic overview contains some background information on e-mentoring, including its benefits and challenges, an overview of the current research in the field, and some principles and practices and guiding questions for e-mentoring programs.




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Building a Mentoring Movement in Canada: Progress Report March 2021

As a backbone initiative, MENTOR Canada plays a coordinating role in linking researchers, service providers, service recipients, funders and volunteers to achieve real collective impact. Learn more about what we have accomplished since June 2020.

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Amplifying Mentoring Across Canada

Discover what our research has said on why mentoring matters and learn more on our COVID-19 response and recovery.






January 2021: #MentoringMonth calls more Canadians to step up as mentors.

In our 1st article featured in Windspeaker, we talk about how we are looking at building awareness with organizations, agencies, schools and stakeholders to promote and support mentoring for Indigenous children and youth.



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Mentoring has various forms and countless benefits for both mentees and mentors

In our 2nd article featured in Windspeaker, we explain the difference between informal and formal mentoring, and how we can help you start your journey as a mentor.



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Edmonton-based Coyote Pride Program Seeking Additional Mentors

In our 3rd article published in Windspeaker, we talk about the urgent need for new mentors to assist the many children who are feeling the impacts of the pandemic, in particular the Coyote Pride Mentoring Program, an Indigenous Mentoring program seeking 20 new mentors for online mentoring programming.



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Mentoring comes in Various Forms Providing Numerous Benefits

In our 4th article published in Windspeaker, MENTOR Canada provides an overview of it's Power of Mentoring events, and explains how we can expand these events to Indigenous organizations, Elder, Knowledge Keepers and private corporations as partners to grow the Indigenous Mentoring Movement.



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