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Holy Angels School Remembers

Holy Angels School Remembers

Photos/article by Sylvia Speziale SCHREIBER, ON – Friday November 5th students, staff, and parents of Holy Angels School gathered together for prayer and reflection on past and present day warfare, and the soldiers that have sacrificed their own safety for our freedom.  A special song [Read more]

Supporting Safe Schools In Ontario

Supporting Safe Schools In Ontario

November 15, 2010 McGuinty Government Launches Bullying Awareness And Prevention Week Ontario has designated the third week of every November as Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week.  The week is a valuable opportunity to raise awareness of bullying-related issues and make a difference in school [Read more]

Holy Angels Fall Fest 2010

Holy Angels Fall Fest 2010

  SCHREIBER, ON – Friday, October 29th, Holy Angels Grade 7/8 class held their Annual Fall Fest.  This year the students were invited to dress up as their favourite person, their costumes were  amazing!  In the morning the Grades JK-2 participated and the Gr. 3 -6 participated in the [Read more]

Grand Opening Pic River Employment and Business Training Centre

Grand Opening Pic River Employment and Business Training Centre

Scroll down for video interview with Liz Michano, Economic Development Director, Pic River First Nation. PIC RIVER FIRST NATION, ON – Friday, November 12th, dignitaries and residents gathered for the Grand Opening of the Pic River Employment and Business Training Centre. In addition to Pic [Read more]

Confederation College and Matawa First Nations Sign MOU

Confederation College and Matawa First Nations Sign MOU

(November, 15 2010) – Confederation College and the Matawa First Nations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today.  This MOU outlines the terms of affiliation between Matawa and Confederation and is meant to forge a formal relationship between both parties.  Matawa First [Read more]

Honouring Outstanding Employers

Honouring Outstanding Employers

November 12, 2010 McGuinty Government Honours Employers For Apprenticeship Training Four Ontario employers have been honoured, selected from 16 nominees, to receive a Minister’s Apprenticeship Employer Recognition Award for their exceptional commitment to apprenticeship training. The annual [Read more]

LEX Graduates Making Noise

LEX Graduates Making Noise

November 9, 2010 THUNDER BAY, ON  – The Lakehead Express Soccer Club (LEX) graduates are making their mark attheir respective schools soccer seasons this year. Kelsey Tikka and Amanda Mithrush have helped the Sir Wilfred Laurier Golden Hawks win the OUA Women’s soccer title in a 1-0 win over [Read more]

Winner Recieves Free Books At MPS Fair

Winner Recieves Free Books At MPS Fair

MANITOUWADGE PUBLIC SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE Recently the Manitouwadge Public School held  an Open House in the evening for parents / guardians.  In conjunction with this Open House our librarian and Book Fair Student Crew held a Scholastic book sale that extended on into the next two days.  Our [Read more]

WOLVERINES EARN DOUBLE GOLD IN BOYS VOLLEYBALL

WOLVERINES EARN DOUBLE GOLD IN BOYS VOLLEYBALL

WOLVERINES EARN DOUBLE GOLD IN BOYS VOLLEYBALL 2010-11-13 Junior Wolverines win third consecutive title.MANITOUWADGE, ON – The Manitouadge Sr. Wolverines dug deep and pulled out a very exciting 15-8 third-set win over the Chevaliers from Ecole St. Joseph to win the 10-11 NSSSAA banner. [Read more]

Chantal Côté Appointed To College Of Trades

Chantal Côté Appointed To College Of Trades

McGuinty Government Modernizing Apprenticeship Training Chantal Côté has been appointed to join eight other industry leaders selected by the government to serve on the Appointments Council of the Ontario College of Trades.     The College of Trades is a new regulatory body that gives industry [Read more]

Financial Literacy Part Of Student Success And Strong Economy

Financial Literacy Part Of Student Success And Strong Economy

McGuinty Government Integrating Financial Literacy Into Curriculum  In September 2011, students from grades 4 to 12 will learn about saving, spending, investing and managing money. These new learning opportunities in the classroom will help Ontario’s youth develop the critical [Read more]

MPS Competes In Marathon

MPS Competes In Marathon

 Manitouwadge Public School News   Recently our students were treated to a fun trip to Marathon –  compliments of Skills Canada and Williams Operating Cooperation.  The students grouped themselves into two teams of four and designed a boat that was built from cardboard.  This boat was [Read more]

Mining Essentials launched in Marathon

Mining Essentials launched in Marathon

Photos/Videos by Karina Hunter, Editor OntarioNewsNorth.com Industry and Aboriginal Groups Collaborate to Develop Career paths for Aboriginal Peoples in the Mining Sector MARATHON, ON – November 4th, Anishinabek Employment and Training Services (AETS) in co-operation with the Assembly of First [Read more]

Ontario To Attract More International Students

Ontario To Attract More International Students

McGuinty Government Creates New Scholarship For Doctoral Students Premier Dalton McGuinty wrapped up Ontario’s mission to China today by announcing a new Ontario Trillium Scholarship for international students. He made the announcement while speaking to professors and students at the Hong [Read more]

St. Martin Students Compete Against 100’s in Thunder Bay

St. Martin Students Compete Against 100’s in Thunder Bay

RED ROCK, ON – Tuesday October, 12th 2010 twelve students from St. Martin School travelled to St. Hilary School in Red Rock to compete in the Annual Cross Country Run.  These students trained every day for over a month with Mrs. Chantal Olson and/or Mrs. Desjardins and their intense [Read more]

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