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PreK-12 Education Sector Spared in Government’s Mid-Year Financial Cuts

As the Saskatchewan government contemplates what lies ahead with it now officially announced that they are dealing with a $1 billion budget deficit, one of the few areas likely to be untouched, for now at least, is the PreK-12 education… +Read More

B.C. teachers want immediate action after Supreme Court win on class sizes

VICTORIA – The president of the teacher’s union in British Columbia said Monday he expects more teachers in classrooms as early as January after a Supreme Court of Canada decision that affects class sizes. But Premier Christy Clark said implementing the ruling will take some time. The Supreme Court agreed last week with the B.C. Teacher’s Federation and overturned legislation from 2002 that prevented the union from negotiating certain provisions in its collective agreement, such as class sizes and the... +Read More

Premier Notley visits Calgary, announces new education pilot program

Students at St. Peter elementary Monday scarfed down bowls of spaghetti, veggies, buns and milk, provided through a new school nutrition program being piloted by the province. The Calgary Catholic district school in Penbrooke Meadows was one of a handful… +Read More
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