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05/26/17

Young authors at G.F.K. published in provincial magazine

Gordon F. Kells students are thriving as published authors. Earlier this year a group of eight students in grades 7 and 8 were selected as finalists for the Polar Expressions Publishing poetry competition. Now three young authors: Morgan Robertson (Gr.… +Read More
05/25/17

‘This kid amazes me’: Saskatoon student set to travel with international award

Alex Fallon, board member for the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Saskatchewan, summed up his opinion of award winner Harkirat Bhullar with four simple words. “This kid amazes me,” he said in a phone interview. The award, honouring a… +Read More
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05/19/17

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
05/17/17

Cherkowski on mission to have more girls involved 
in STEM learning experiences to meet future needs

Armed with an abundance of statistical data, as you might expect from someone who teaches mathematics education at the post-secondary level and is the founder and CEO of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Learning Lab in Calgary, professor Gina… +Read More
05/15/17

Sask. girl first indigenous student to place in top three at national spelling bee

An eight-year-old Saskatoon student placed third at a national spelling bee in Toronto. McKenna Fineblanket, a Grade 3 student from Bishop Roborecki School, is from the Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation. She is the first indigenous student to place in the… +Read More
05/15/17

Four Regina students compete in Canada’s largest youth science fair

Lineups at drive-thrus are often long enough for anyone to thoroughly ponder life’s mysteries, whether it’s your concerns for the future or what movie to see on the weekend. For Kristi Hayko, it was enough time to inspire an award-winning science project. “I was… +Read More
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