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Sault university expands business programming – Northern Ontario Business

School of Business and Economics launched last July When Algoma University announced in July it was establishing a School of Business and Economics, faculty members were unprepared for just how popular its new programming would be. During the first intake of students this past September, executive director Nadine Landon was hopeful to enrol 20 post-graduate […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 20186 Views

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Fort William First Nation kindergarten lets students learn in their community – Tbnewswatch.com

Fourteen students enrolled in full-day kindergarten partnership between community and Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board. FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION, Ont. – Tatianna Pelletier enjoys where she goes to school. “Playing with my friends and art,” she said, when asked about her favourite things to do at school, pointing out her four best friends in […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 20185 Views

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Western hosts federal launch of gender-based violence knowledge hub – The Gazette Western University

Federal officials announced the launch of an online Gender-Based Violence Knowledge Centre and $5 million in funding that addresses knowledge gaps in gender-based violence research Monday morning at Western University. Located within the Status of Women Canada site, the platform compiles current data on federal activities, statistics and research related to gender-based violence and provides […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 20184 Views

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Confederation College: The Centre for Policy and Research in Indigenous Learning Celebrates Five Years of Collaboration and Leading-Edge Work

THUNDER BAY, ON, December 12, 2018 – To celebrate its fifth anniversary, the Centre for Policy and Research in Indigenous Learning (CPRIL) hosted an Open House Wednesday. The event honoured those who have contributed to CPRIL’s success and highlighted the Centre’s accomplishments with the Confederation College and broader community. It also gave the community an […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 20186 Views

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Why won’t Canada collect data on race and student success? – Brighter World McMaster

Although the impact of income inequality and gender on education outcomes is much discussed in Canadian government-level policy debates, factors of race and racism are seldom measured or addressed. However, as an education researcher comparing student outcomes in Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Chicago and London, I can see Canada’s policy makers have a big knowledge […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 20185 Views

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Confederation College: Oshki Anishnawbeg Student Association

December 11, 2018 The Oshki Anishnawbeg Student Association elections were held mid-November. It is with great pleasure to officially announce the 2018-2019 Board as follows: President – Ron Kelly Vice President – Sterling Finlayson Treasurer – Thomastine Shawayahamish Director of Health – Sonya Kakekagumick NT5

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 20188 Views

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NORDIK’s Valuing Northern Libraries awarded Innovation Project of the Year

NORDIK’s Valuing Northern Libraries Toolkit was co-warded Project of the Year at Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre’s SSMARt Innovation Awards on November 21st Our profile begins at 9mins 30sec https://ssmic.com/2018-ssmart-awards/ The toolkit provides a new and innovate way for libraries to measure their impact and affirm their value as contributors to the culture, wellness, and […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 20186 Views

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Legal pot fuelling demand for homegrown teaching program – The Sarnia Journal

A made-in-Sarnia program that informs youth about substance abuse has been in big demand since Canada legalized marijuana in October. The 10-week Choices program created by Sarnia-Lambton Rebound has been recognized by Ontario’s Ministry of Health as a “best practice,” says executive director Carrie McEachran. Rebound was delivering Choices in Sarnians and to a handful […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 20185 Views

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Algonquin College creates a space to promote truth and reconciliation – Toronto Star

December 11, 2018 At Algonquin College, tucked away in the Student Commons, you will find the Mamidosewin Centre — a place with a mandate is “to empower and support Indigenous students at Algonquin College into the next phase of their lives in a way that is respectful and reflective of Indigenous cultures.” It does just […]

by pmnationtalk on December 12, 20183 Views

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Algonquin College renews commitment to Truth and Reconciliation with official opening and naming of new Indigenous spaces

December 10, 2018 OTTAWA — Algonquin College put the final touches on its $44.9-million construction project today with the official opening and naming of several new spaces dedicated to experiential learning and a new understanding of Indigenous cultures and heritage. In a ceremony attended by several hundred students, employees and community members, the College paid tribute […]

by pmnationtalk on December 11, 201810 Views

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