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Ontario and Anishinabek Nation Sign Historic Education Agreement

Ontario and Anishinabek Nation Sign Historic Education Agreement

Province Working in Partnership with First Nations to Support Student Achievement An historic education agreement will support the achievement and well-being of Anishinabek students through enhanced collaboration between the participating First Nations and the Government of Ontario. Mitzie Hunter, [Read more]

MP Patty Hajdu Visits Greenstone (Itinerary)

MP Patty Hajdu Visits Greenstone (Itinerary)

Hon. Patty Hajdu reaching out to Greenstone constituents this week THUNDER BAY, ON – Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour and Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay-Superior North, is heading to Greenstone this week. From Tuesday, Feb. 28 until Thursday, March 2, [Read more]

MPP Michael Mantha’s News from the Park

MPP Michael Mantha’s News from the Park

Last week I began my column by mentioning the fascinating art of sleight of hand. Those of you who are fascinated by observing the sleight of hand magic tricks have been exposed to a real treat on the nightly news lately; watching the Liberal masters of this art. The thing is, we all know that [Read more]

MPP France Gélinas RE: Inquest on First Nations Youth Deaths

MPP France Gélinas RE: Inquest on First Nations Youth Deaths

Statement from Ontario NDP Indigenous Affairs Critic France Gélinas (MPP Nickel Belt) QUEEN’s PARK, ON – “New Democrats mourn the loss of Jethro Anderson, Curran Strang, Paul Panacheese, Robyn Harper, Reggie Bushie, Kyle Morriseau, and Jordan Wabasse,  as we reflect upon the [Read more]

New Principal at Terrace Bay’s St. Martin Catholic School

New Principal at Terrace Bay’s St. Martin Catholic School

The Superior North Catholic District School Board is pleased to announce that Carol Pascuzzo is the successful candidate for the Principal Position at St. Martin Catholic School. Mrs. Pascuzzo has been a Vice-Principal and brings 23 years of elementary experience with her, along with years of [Read more]

Coyotes de Trillium dominent au badminton

Coyotes de Trillium dominent au badminton

  WAWA, ON – Les bannières sportives se succèdent à l’école secondaire catholique Trillium cette année. Ainsi, les athlètes de badminton ont remporté le 13 avril dernier la bannière de la NSSSAA (écoles secondaires de la rive nord du lac Supérieur) au niveau junior lors de la [Read more]

Nip-Rock High Students Walk in ‘Stand Up Against Racism’ Event at Confederation College

Nip-Rock High Students Walk in ‘Stand Up Against Racism’ Event at Confederation College

THUNDER BAY, ON – Second-year students in the Native Child & Family Services program at Confederation College responded to the racism in the community with a “Stand Up” silent protest event, which took place today. This is the second year this event has been organized by students. In [Read more]

Foire de livres Dubreuilville Book Fairs

Foire de livres Dubreuilville Book Fairs

Information française ci-dessous DUBREUILVILLE, ON – École St-Joseph will host a book fair featuring French-language books and educational products on April 20-21. The book fair will allow students and their families to choose from a variety of French-language educational products such as [Read more]

Confederation College Student Union Recognizes Athletic Achievements

Confederation College Student Union Recognizes Athletic Achievements

THUNDER BAY, ON – The Student Union of Confederation College Inc. (SUCCI) hosted its Annual Athletic Awards Banquet on April 6, 2016. The banquet recognized the accomplishments of local and regional athletes and coaches. Skip of the Thunderhawks Women’s Curling team, Megan St. Amand, was [Read more]

Élèves de Chapleau se rendent à l’Orléans pour tournoi d’impro

Élèves de Chapleau se rendent à l’Orléans pour tournoi d’impro

CHAPLEAU, ON – L’improvisation est populaire au sein de l’école catholique Trillium (Chapleau). Depuis quelques années, Yves Boucher entraîne et accompagne une équipe composée d’élèves de 7e et 8e année au tournoi provincial Gazou d’Or. Cette année, la 4e édition du tournoi [Read more]

Longlac, Dubreuilville & Marathon Among CSPGNO Tour Communities

Longlac, Dubreuilville & Marathon Among CSPGNO Tour Communities

​Tournée HAUT et FORT Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario (CSPGNO) has launched a new tour in its secondary schools: “La tournée HAUT et FORT”. The aim of this tour is to raise awareness about the various challenges faced by members of the LGBT+ community and to foster an [Read more]

No one deserves this kind of tax-break.

No one deserves this kind of tax-break.

When you cheat on your taxes or make a mistake, you can expect to pay the price, but that’s not always the way it works, especially if you’re among the most wealthy in the country. Canadians are learning about this double standard in the wake of the recent KPMG scandal which sends the wrong [Read more]

Ontario Implementing New Indigenous Training and Education Requirements

Ontario Implementing New Indigenous Training and Education Requirements

Province Committed to Working with Partners to Address Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action The provincial government is taking steps to address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s (TRC) Calls to Action regarding education and training, including introducing [Read more]

Cold Weather Keeping Students Indoors During Recess

Cold Weather Keeping Students Indoors During Recess

MANITOUWADGE, ON – For the past few weeks Manitouwadge Public School students have been  honing their skills in chess and are well on their way to becoming the next Welhelm Steinitz or Judit Polger! It’s pleasing to see today’s young people enjoying this age old game of concentration, [Read more]

Fun AND Learning At MPS

Fun AND Learning At MPS

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Learning is fun!  Manitouwadge Public School is a great place for your child to learn – both academically and socially.   Recently our Student Council organized a ‘Crazy Hair Day’ for students & staff. Although this doesn’t fall into the category of academics [Read more]

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