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Jarret Leaman Honoured with Trent University Young Alumni Leader Award

November 29, 2019 Advocate recognized for work with Aboriginal and LGBT2S communities at Trent Durham GTA The Trent University Alumni Association has presented Jarret Leaman ’05 with the Trent University Young Alumni Leader Award at a special ceremony at Trent University Durham GTA. The award recognizes Mr. Leaman’s dedication to the Indigenous and LGBT2S communities […]

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Coding Education Coming to Canadian K-12 Classrooms #clcWeek

TORONTO, Nov. 29, 2019  – Coding and computer science fundamentals are coming to Canadian classrooms during the 3rd annual Canada Learning Code Week. While only 4 out of the 13 provinces and territories have mandated coding in the kindergarten to grade 12 curriculum, teachers and educators will bring fun-filled learning and the digital skills needed […]

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Headlines for Nov. 29, 2019 – University Affairs

iPolitics Do we have enough scientists in Parliament? Let’s look at the data. Global News On-campus food bank sees increase in number of N.B. college students struggling to buy food More New Brunswick college students are struggling with food insecurity as food banks at NBCC colleges across the province see an increase in the number […]

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MCFN: Official Opening of Maanjiwe nendamowinan – Gathering of Minds

The University of Toronto Mississauga has announced the official name of its newest building that acknowledges both the Indigenous history of the land and the future of the campus. The new building, erected in place of the original 1967 North Building, unofficially opened its doors in September 2018. While construction crews completed landscaping and interior finishes, […]

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New English course with Indigenous content starts in fall – Brantford Expositor

November 28, 2019 A Grade 11 English course focused on Indigenous content and authors will be introduced to local public school students starting in the fall. Understanding contemporary First Nations, Metis and Inuit voices will be the focus of the mandatory course, which includes updated curriculum from the Ministry of Education. “It’s important for our […]

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Faculty falter when addressing Indigenous topics – Queen’s Journal

While services for Indigenous students surge ahead, their classroom experience is often neglected November 29, 2019 For Misko McGregor, (Comm ’21), an Algonquin-Ojibwe student from Kitigan Zibi First Nation in Québec, it was a strange experience weighing in on his classmates’ presentations with his professor during the Indigenous component of his second-year Business Ethics course. […]

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GPM Metals Announces Appointment of Dan Noone as Interim CEO

Toronto – November 27, 2019 – GPM Metals Inc. (TSXV:GPM) (the “Company” or “GPM”) announces the resignation of Peter Mullens as CEO and Director effective immediately. The Company thanks Mr. Mullens for his services and wishes him well in his future endeavours. Dan Noone, director of the Company has been appointed as Interim CEO. About […]

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Lakehead Public Schools: Congratulations and Farewell!

November 28, 2019 It is with mixed emotions that we congratulate Superintendent Sherri-Lynne Pharand on her recent appointment as the Director of Education for the Keewatin Patricia District School Board. Sherri-Lynne began her career at Lakehead Public Schools as a teacher in 1990. Since that time, she has been a Vice-Principal, a Principal, a Principal […]

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Future Learners See How to Put Their Dreams to Work at Confederation College

THUNDER BAY, ON, November 27, 2019 – Confederation College’s facilities, labs, shops and classrooms were filled with close to 450 local grade 11 and 12 high school students Wednesday as part of Confederation’s annual Open House. “We love welcoming high school students to campus and our Open House is no exception,” said President Kathleen Lynch. […]

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Niagara College: Faceless dolls, boundless meaning

Nov. 27 workshop honours missing and murdered Indigenous women They were adorned with outfits, hair and even accessories, but there was something prominent missing from the felt dolls crafted with care at the Welland Campus on November 27 – not one had face. The dolls are not toys. The omission of facial features was intentional […]

by ahnationtalk on November 28, 201912 Views

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