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06/16/17

Students celebrate 150th anniversary with kids across Canada

Lucky students in North Battleford had an opportunity to connect with other kids from across Canada on Wednesday, as part of a project to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary. The event called Kids Meet Canada is being touted as Canada’s first… +Read More
06/16/17

Residential school survivor donates copy of TRC final report to Sask. Polytechnic

A Saskatchewan residential school survivor has donated one of his five physical copies of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report to Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Saskatoon. Eugene Arcand of the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation is the province’s representative on the Indian Residential Schools Survivor Committee, an advisory board to the TRC. He spent 11 years at two Saskatchewan residential schools. On Thursday, Arcand presented his second-last copy of the final report to staff at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, to be put on display.... +Read More
06/16/17

Today, trans Canadians celebrate Bill C-16. Tomorrow, the work begins for us all

Brenda Cossman is a professor of law and director of the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto. Ido Katri is a doctoral candidate, Pierre Elliott Trudeau Scholar and Vanier Canada Scholar at the… +Read More
06/16/17

Summer reading choices

Your summer break may be the ideal time for you to delve into some of the latest books on curriculum, instruction, and assessment and grading. The titles that are highlighted here are just a few of the many exciting materials… +Read More
06/15/17

CAP organizers highlight importance of having such national events

Even though there was seemingly no shortage of folks making the trek between two nearby downtown Saskatoon hotels sporting lanyards indicating they were part of the Canadian Association of Principals conference, it was all relative. Whereas the last time this national conference was staged in Saskatoon in 2004 there were close to 1,000 delegates, this year’s event attracted less than 300. According to Carol Sarich and Wanda Spooner (both are Saskatoon principals and together with Patrick Mooney served as co-chairpersons... +Read More
Anthony Muhammad
06/15/17

Muhammad carries the flag as cheerleader for creating healthy school culture setting

Given that his bread and butter on the speaking circuit is primarily about creating and maintaining a healthy school culture, it was hardly surprising that Anthony Muhammad came up with probably a dozen sound bites to emphasize the point during… +Read More
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