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Principals Gather in Saskatoon

Keynote Speaker Annie Battiste is expected to shed some light on how school principals in the province can adhere to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action at a conference in Saskatoon this week. The Canadian Association of Principals… +Read More

Manitoba school’s powwow club teaches dance, culture, reconciliation

With music, regalia and a lot of fun, a powwow club in a school just outside Winnipeg is bringing reconciliation into the classroom. The West St. Paul School club is only in its second year but student involvement has nearly doubled and… +Read More

Olympic hopeful mentors Weyburn students

He’s been known to run 100 metres in just over 10 seconds. And Canadian sprinter Sam Effah, an Olympic hopeful, hasn’t wasted any time picking up school friends, either. The Calgary-born sprinter was in Weyburn this week, meeting face-to-face with… +Read More
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Canada’s brightest come to Regina: Canada-Wide Science Fair opens to the public

Over 400 science students from across Canada have arrived in the Queen City this week for the country’s most prestigious youth science fair. The Canada-Wide Science Fair, happening at the University of Regina, features projects from 101 regions across the… +Read More

Students in Warman to Participate in Virtual Town Hall on Climate Change

Students have investigated the impacts of climate change in their communities and are now ready to present their recommendations to the Minister of Environment. Students at Warman High School will join their voices with students from 19 other high schools… +Read More

New plaque at Nicholas Flood Davin gravesite to tell ‘full truth’ of role in residential schools

Indigenous activist Cindy Blackstock describes the Davin Report as the “first domino falling.” Written by Nicholas Flood Davin, for whom a Regina school is named, it recommended the implementation of residential schools in Canada. Until now, there has been no… +Read More
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