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Learning From Practice and 25th Anniversary Gala

Learning From Practice is an annual conference of the McDowell Foundation that ensures Foundation-funded researchers have the opportunity to share their project experiences and outcomes with their colleagues across the… +Read More

New Girl Guides program aims to fill mental health education gap

Girl Guides of Canada is shining a light on mental health. A candle-lighting event is being held Saturday night in Saskatoon in support of the Girl Guides’ new Mighty Minds… +Read More

Online Videos Sure To Make You Smile :)

The editor of the Saskatchewan Bulletin took a road trip to Meadow Lake a couple of weeks ago. He was pleasantly surprised to see the array of online videos created… +Read More

Regina teacher recognized for inclusion work

Leanne Barnes teaches alternative education students at Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School A Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School teacher who lives and breathes inclusion is being honoured tonight for her work… +Read More
The Teacher Project

The Teacher Project

Saskatoon Teachers’ Association presents, The Teacher Project, a series of videos each sharing a personal story from the perspective of a teacher, student and parent. Interactions and relationships between teachers… +Read More

Opinion: Play heals, so let’s embrace creativity to mark World Mental Health Day

Monday marked World Mental Health Day, an initiative with goals of education, awareness and advocacy. The theme this year was “psychological first aid” to support people in distress. Society has come a long way from nearsighted solutions, which blame distressed victims. Life can get messy. The music can get too loud. You can stagger and fall on marshmallow cement. While mental health is more than an absence of mental illness, problems are monumental. There is trauma, neglect, depression, abuse, addictions, stress, dementia, heartache, bereavement and... +Read More
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