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Sunday, June 13, 2021

CSC Nouvelon to celebrate its 400 secondary school graduating students

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Some 400 students from the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon’s ten secondary schools will be celebrated on June 16, 17, 22, 24, 28 and 29,...

Remembering Wawanosh Home for Girls in Sault Ste. Marie

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Sault Ste. Marie was home to two Anglican residential/day schools: The Wawanosh Home for Girls, and the Shingwauk Home for Boys. The Wawanosh Home for...

Public Library showcases the “Voices of Bawating”

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The Sault Ste. Marie Public Library is putting together a video series, “Voices of Bawating” to celebrate Indigenous People's History Month. They will be showing...
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Northern College Expands Partnership with Algoma University

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(TIMMINS, ON- June 10, 2021): Northern College and Algoma University are pleased to announce a new and innovative academic program that builds on the...

Ontario Resumes In-Vehicle Passenger Road Testing Province wide

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TORONTO – Ontario is resuming in-vehicle passenger road tests on Monday, June 14, 2021, at DriveTest centres across the province. To address the backlog...

Ontario unveils new Grade 9 math curriculum that eliminates streaming

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TORONTO — Ontario's new Grade 9 math course, which will be the first to eliminate the practice of "streaming," will involve more real-life applications...

Sharon “Dolly” Syrette shares her story

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Sharon “Dolly” Syrette is a mother, grandmother, aunty, author, storyteller, poet, and residential school survivor from Batchewana First Nation. She joined SaultOnline to share her...

Aspects of what Canadian students are taught about Indian residential schools

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TORONTO — Aspects of what Canadian students are taught about Indian residential schools in the provinces and territories: Newfoundland: Is looking to explore making the...

‘Convenient ignorance:’ Canadians’ knowledge of residential schools woefully lacking

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TORONTO — Widespread shock at the discovery of what are believed to be the buried remains of 215 Indigenous children has highlighted the pervasive...

Ford extremely disappointed some school boards passing on opportunity for outdoor celebrations

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford is voicing his extreme disappointment that some school boards in the province are passing on the opportunity to hold brief...
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