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07/04/17

The growing crisis in education and Saskatchewan schools

You’ve probably heard that times are tough in education. This is certainly the case – and classroom conditions are deteriorating for both teachers and students. I’ve been a teacher for many years now. One thing I always like to point… +Read More
07/04/17

Trudeau visits with Indigenous group at Parliament Hill tepee

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met Friday with indigenous activists who set up a demonstration teepee on Parliament Hill ahead of Canada Day celebrations. The prime minister and his wife arrived relatively unannounced at the site mid-morning, as the national capital… +Read More
06/30/17

Teacher Nancy Barr receives recognition from human rights groups

When Nancy Barr meets her new class of students for the first time each September she embarks on a building project. Barr, a teacher at Brevoort Park School, believes in the importance of constructing a community within her classroom and… +Read More
06/29/17

Final graduation at Scott Collegiate part of emotional roller coaster for Fayant

The range of emotions for Shannon Fayant these last few days of the school year have been off the charts. Therefore, the principal of venerable Scott Collegiate has compartmentalized it into individual days as it’s not only been the last… +Read More
06/29/17

Message from STF President

STF President, Patrick Maze, extends best wishes on behalf of the Federation for an enjoyable summer break. +Read More
06/28/17

Parents concerned over phasing out of Regina Catholic Schools’ Sunshine Program

Parents in the Regina Catholic School Division are voicing concerns about the school board’s decision to phase out the Sunshine Program. The program offers a learning environment for three to five-year-olds with intensive needs. This upcoming school year, the division… +Read More
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