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Aboriginal Essay Competition

The 2010 Aboriginal Essay Competition celebrates the achievements of Aboriginal Peoples in the international arena. The competition is open to Aboriginal students currently studying towards an undergraduate degree or a graduate degree at a Canadian institution.

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Carleton And Partners Celebrate Innovative Educational Website

Carleton University is celebrating the launch of Pathoftheelders.com, a ground-breaking educational resource to help Aboriginal youths.

The event is by invitation only, but media are invited to cover.

by NationTalk on March 11, 2010604 Views

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Lakehead U And Con College Host Annual Powwow

March 8, 2010 – Thunder Bay, ON The Lakehead University Native Student Association (LUNSA), in partnership with Confederation College’s Oshki Anishnawbeg Student Association (OASA), is gearing up to welcome hundreds of guests to the Annual Powwow. The theme of this year’s event, which takes place at Lakehead University’s C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse over the weekend of March 13 and 14, is Our Mother Earth, Our Culture, Our Language.

by NationTalk on March 11, 2010951 Views

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BU Honours Outstanding Women

Brandon, MB – Every year throughout the world women celebrate International Women’s Week culminating with International Women’s Day on March 8. Steeped in a history of women’s struggles for equality, it has come to symbolize women’s efforts to shape a better world.

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NWCC School Of Exploration & Mining Wins Prestigious Award

For Immediate Release

March 01, 2010

Northwest Community College (NWCC) School of Exploration & Mining (SEM) has done it again. The school has won its second prestigious award in two months, this time for the close partnerships it has developed and maintains with local community groups, and the resulting impacts they’ve had on the region.

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Community Supports Aboriginal Awareness Day In Strong Numbers

March 4, 2010

Keyano College opened Aboriginal Awareness Day on March 2 with standing room only in the Doug Schmit Lecture Theatre.

The theme this year was KisKinaMasototak – Let us learn from one another. Elsie Yanik blessed the event, which saw a plethora of activities across the College from workshops to Inuit games, to lessons in Métis dance, complete with a stunning evening performance of Raven Stole the Sun on the Keyano Theatre mainstage. The evening’s program began with a feather placing ceremony honouring the memory of Charles Martin, a former Keyano College employee who had a lasting impact on many students.

by NationTalk on March 11, 2010570 Views

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Strengthening Aboriginal Success – Summary Report

CMEC Summit on Aboriginal Education
February 24-25, 2009

Reflections from the CMEC Chair

Aboriginal education is a central priority for the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC). The CMEC Summit on Aboriginal Education created an excellent opportunity for dialogue with the leaders of national and regional Aboriginal organizations.

by NationTalk on March 11, 2010689 Views

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Update – First Nations University faculty, student and Aboriginal leaders travel to Ottawa to press for funding

OTTAWA, March 9 –

Revised Time for News Conference: 1:30 p.m. Thursday

Event: News Conference

Time: 1:30 p.m., Thursday, March 11, 2010

Location: Room 130S, Centre Block, Parliament Hill

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Students Meet with Prime Minister Harper

Ottawa, March 10 – Student representatives from across Canada met with Prime Minister Stephen Harper today to discuss the many issues facing the post-secondary education system in Canada.

“We are extremely pleased that the Prime Minister made time to meet with students again this year,” said Arati Sharma, National Director of the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations. “The federal government’s emphasis on creating a knowledge-based economy in Canada greatly depends on the effectiveness of its post-secondary education system. Last week’s Budget outlined some important steps to help Canadian researchers and students. We look forward to working with the government on further steps to ensure that Canada’s post-secondary system is accessible and effective.”

by NationTalk on March 11, 2010621 Views

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New Study Highlights Experiences Of Aboriginal Teachers

“Racism in education typically denied, ignored and trivialized”

Ottawa, March 10 – A major study of the professional knowledge and experience of Aboriginal teachers in Canadian public schools was released today at a special Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) event on Aboriginal education. The study was commissioned by the CTF and its Advisory Committee on Aboriginal Education, and funded by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL).

by NationTalk on March 10, 2010797 Views

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Government Of Canada Supports Major Renovation And Expansion Of Innu First Nation School In Natashquan, Quebec

Ottawa, Ontario March 10, 2010 — The Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-status Indians, today announced the start of construction to renovate and expand the Uauitshitun School in the community of Natashquan, Quebec. This project was made possible thanks to an investment of $6.4 million under Canada’s Economic Action Plan.

by NationTalk on March 10, 2010606 Views

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Discover The Arctic And Change Your Life – ITK And Students On Ice Team Up To Provide Arctic Scholarships

Monday March 8, 2010 – Ottawa, Ontario – National Inuit leader Mary Simon, President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Geoff Green, Executive Director of Students on Ice, and International Polar Year (IPY) are pleased to announce the launch of Arctic Expedition Scholarships for high school students across Canada to take up the challenge of a lifetime on board the summer 2010 Students on Ice Arctic Youth Expedition.

by NationTalk on March 10, 2010522 Views

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2010 Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association Annual General Meeting

Saturday, March 12, Sunday, March 13 and Monday, March 14, 2010
Metro Ballroom, Westin Harbour Castle Hotel,
1 Harbour Square, Toronto
416-957-7171 ext 4171

Toronto, March 10 – More than 600 Catholic teachers from across Ontario, all local representatives of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA), will attend their Annual General Meeting in Toronto this weekend, March 12, 13 and 14. OECTA represents the 43,000 men and women who teach from kindergarten through high school in Ontario’s publicly funded English Catholic schools. OECTA is affiliated with the Ontario Teachers’ Federation, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation and Education International.

by NationTalk on March 10, 2010715 Views

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“Totally Trendy Jobs” Workshop

On February 10th, 2010, the North Superior Workforce Planning Board (NSWPB), Passport to Prosperity (P2P), and Aboriginal Employment Resource Committee (AERC) partnered together to deliver a workshop for over a hundred Aboriginal students from across the Thunder Bay District. The workshop took on an interactive game show format, asking questions pertaining to the labour market, seeking employment, preparing for job interviews, and other related questions that will prove as a resource for young Aboriginal youth who are looking to enter the workforce. Beyond the information provided in the game show, the youth also received resource packages that contained more detailed information about jobs in demand, how to find a job, and other tips in preparing for a career, as well as information relating to the different organizations responsible for putting on the workshop.

by NationTalk on March 10, 2010804 Views

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Update – First Nations University Faculty, Student And Aboriginal Leaders Travel To Ottawa To Press For Funding

Revised Time for News Conference:

Ottawa, March 9

Event:- News Conference

Time:- 1:30 p.m., Thursday, March 11, 2010

Location:- Room 130S, Centre Block, Parliament Hill

by NationTalk on March 9, 2010739 Views

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TVO’s Your Voice Visits Timmins For Two Programs On Northern Ontario Education

• TVO will be in Timmins March 20 to 22 to record a program on how the economy has affected families and schools, and a second program on Aboriginal education in northern cities.

• Members of the public are welcome to be part of the audience on March 22 at Timmins High and Vocational school. Register for free tickets at tvoparents.com

Toronto, March 8 – How hard has the downturn in the economy hit schools and families in northern Ontario? And what are the unique challenges of educating First Nations children in a northern city? TVO’s Your Voice with host Cheryl Jackson will be in Timmins March 20 to 22 to record two separate programs examining issues affecting the education of children in northern Ontario.

by NationTalk on March 9, 2010909 Views

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Speech From The Throne Launches Open Ontario Plan

March 8, 2010

Ontario will create jobs and strengthen the economy by exporting clean-water technology and strengthening postsecondary education for all Ontarians.

The government’s five-year Open Ontario Plan was unveiled in a Speech from the Throne delivered by The Honourable David Onley, Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor. The speech opened the second session of the province’s 39th parliament.

by NationTalk on March 8, 20101272 Views

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News Conference: First Nations University Faculty, Student And Aboriginal Leaders Travel To Ottawa To Press For Funding

Ottawa, March 8

Event:- News Conference

Time:- 10:30 a.m., Thursday, March 11, 2010

Location:- Room 130S, Centre Block, Parliament Hill

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Government Of Canada Invests In Skills Development In Hydroelectric Construction Industry: Canada’s Economic Action Plan Invests In Labrador’s Future

Goose Bay, Newfoundland And Labrador, March 8, 2010 — The hydroelectric construction industry in Newfoundland and Labrador will get a boost in skilled labour as a result of a training and skills development project. The Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership project is based on an agreement between the Government of Canada, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the private sector and Aboriginal organizations.

by NationTalk on March 8, 2010586 Views

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Media Advisory – Experiences Of Aboriginal Teachers: Focus Of New Study

Ottawa, March 8 – A major study of the professional knowledge and experience of Aboriginal teachers in Canadian public schools will be released Wednesday, March 10, at a special Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) symposium on Aboriginal education. The study was commissioned by the CTF and its advisory committee on Aboriginal education and funded by the Canadian Council on Learning.

by NationTalk on March 8, 2010759 Views

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Government Of Canada Supports Literacy And Essential Skills Project For Aboriginal People

Cranbrook, British Columbia — March 8, 2010 – Aboriginal workers in British Columbia will benefit from a federally funded project aimed at improving their success in the job market. The Honourable Jim Abbott, Member of Parliament for Kootenay-Columbia, made the announcement today on behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development.

by NationTalk on March 8, 2010664 Views

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Government Of Canada Helps Chapel Arm Youth Prepare For Jobs

Chapel Arm, Newfoundland And Labrador — March 8, 2010 – Local youth who face barriers to employment will get job-preparation training and work experience through the Government of Canada’s support for an employment project. The Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence, made the announcement today on behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development.

by NationTalk on March 8, 2010591 Views

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Report on the CMEC Summit on Aboriginal Education

The report on the CMEC Summit on Aboriginal Education, held on February 24 and 25 2009, is now available for download from our Web site.

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Mayor Katz Invests $150,000 For WASAC Aboriginal Youth Programs

‘Full-circle’ opportunities key to ACHIEVE’s success : participants become mentors

Winnipeg – March 5, 2010 – Mayor Sam Katz, Secretary of Urban Aboriginal Affairs, and Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre (WASAC) Executive Director Kevin Chief today announced details of “ACHIEVE – WASAC Aboriginal Youth in Action”, a new program focused on increasing employment, mentor and leadership development and a community engagement opportunities for Aboriginal youth.

by NationTalk on March 8, 2010740 Views

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Media Advisory: Canada’s Economic Action Plan

Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador – March 5, 2010 – Senator Ethel Cochrane, on behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, will make an important announcement about skills and employment training for Aboriginal people in Labrador.

by NationTalk on March 7, 2010686 Views

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97th CMEC Meeting – Ministers Put Education At The Forefront Of The Economic Recovery

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Toronto, March 5, 2010 – Canada’s education ministers were in Toronto this week for the 97th meeting of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), where they worked to further advance commitments made in their 2008 declaration, Learn Canada 2020.

by NationTalk on March 5, 2010899 Views

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Ministers Put Education At The Forefront Of The Economic Recovery

Toronto, March 5 – Canada’s education ministers were in Toronto this week for the 97th meeting of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), where they worked to further advance commitments made in their 2008 declaration, Learn Canada 2020.

by NationTalk on March 5, 2010837 Views

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Progress Report on Literacy 2009

THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS OF EDUCATION, CANADA (CMEC), IS AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL BODY COMPRISING PROVINCIAL AND TERRITORIAL MINISTERS OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING. THROUGH CMEC, MINISTERS SHARE INFORMATION AND UNDERTAKE PROJECTS IN AREAS OF MUTUAL CONCERN AND INTEREST.

Raising Literacy Levels

How can we work together better to improve the literacy levels of Canadians? What steps can we take together? These are questions that provincial and territorial governments are asking, and through the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), they have agreed on a plan to take action at the pan-Canadian level.

by NationTalk on March 5, 2010721 Views

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Publications – Aboriginal Professional Organizations and Organizations Composed of Aboriginal Professionals: A Handbook

When Learning Draws Us In Like Magnets, Our Heart and Brain Connect To Animate Our Worldviews In Practice

Pedagogy of Professionals and Practitioners

In Canada, eight percent of Aboriginal workers have completed a university degree, which is substantially less than non-Aboriginal workers at 21%. The Aboriginal Learning Knowledge Centre’s Pedagogy of Professions and Practitioners Animation Theme Bundle researchers believe education and a flourishing population of Aboriginal professionals will erase this inequality.

by NationTalk on March 5, 2010582 Views

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Federal Budget Ignores Plight Of Aboriginal Students

Ottawa, March 4 – Today’s federal budget fails to address the significant gap in post-secondary participation between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples.

“Education is critical to breaking the cycle of poverty,” said Jaden Keitlah, Chairperson of the National Aboriginal Caucus of the Canadian Federation of Students. “Each year underfunding shuts out thousands of qualified Aboriginal students from college and university.”

by NationTalk on March 5, 2010715 Views

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Budget Investments In University Research A “Strategic Choice,” Says AUCC

Ottawa, March 4 – The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada welcomes the government’s strategic choice to invest in university research as announced today in Budget 2010.

“Given Canada’s fiscal outlook, we are pleased that the government is continuing to invest in university research and innovation to create jobs today and to build the economy of tomorrow,” says Michel Belley, chair of the AUCC Board of Directors and rector of the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi.

by NationTalk on March 5, 2010649 Views

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Federal Budget Ignores Chronic Underfunding Of Post-Secondary Education

Ottawa, March 4 – Today’s federal budget contains no measures to address record high tuition fees and the student debt crisis.

“Chronic underfunding of Canada’s post-secondary education system has resulted in skyrocketing tuition fees and record high levels of student debt,” said Katherine Giroux-Bougard, National Chairperson of the Canadian Federation of Students. “With a record number of Canadians enrolled in college or university, this budget does nothing to help students and their families afford an education.”

by NationTalk on March 5, 2010659 Views

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Investment Made In Youth Partnerships

Education
March 4, 2010

Moncton – The provincial government will be investing more than $500,000 during the next two years to strengthen partnerships among young people and organizations working on their behalf.

Wellness, Culture and Sport Minister Hédard Albert made the announcement during the Youth Research Symposium in Moncton. The funding will go toward a series of initiatives and activities organized by New Brunswick youth.

by NationTalk on March 4, 2010677 Views

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District Signs Third Aboriginal Education Agreement

For Immediate Release
March 3, 2010

Ministry of Education

Pitt Meadows – Representatives from the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows’ school district, Ministry of Education and local Aboriginal communities signed their third Aboriginal education enhancement agreement today, in Swan-e-set Longhouse on the traditional territory of the Katzie First Nation.

by NationTalk on March 4, 2010607 Views

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Eight Chats With A Quilt

March 3, 2010

Winnipeg, MB – In honor of International Women’s Week 2010, The University of Winnipeg and the Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies presents Eight Conversations and One Quilt on March 10 and 11, 2010 daily at 11:30 am – 3:30 pm in Convocation Hall, (515 Portage Ave). This two-day event is in partnership with FemRev Collective, the UWSA Women’s Centre, and UWinnipeg’s Aboriginal Governance program. Everyone is welcome.

by NationTalk on March 4, 2010774 Views

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Students Respond to the Speech from the Throne

Ottawa, March 3 – The Governor General opened the third session of Canada’s 40th Parliament today in Ottawa by presenting the federal government’s legislative agenda with the Speech from the Throne. The speech outlined the government’s intention to focus on Aboriginal education, to support innovation, and to assist young people in making their first labour market transitions, during the upcoming Parliamentary session.

by NationTalk on March 4, 2010587 Views

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Media Advisory – Canadian Federation Of Students Available For Comment On Federal Budget Implications For Post-Secondary Education And Research

Ottawa, March 3 – Canadian Federation of Students’ National Chairperson Katherine Giroux-Bougard will be available on Parliament Hill for comment immediately following the tabling of the federal budget on March 4.

During pre-budget consultations, the Canadian Federation of Students made the following recommendations:

by NationTalk on March 3, 2010712 Views

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Media Advisory: Minister To Attend National Meeting Of Education Ministers

Education
March 3, 2010

The Honourable Darin King, Minister of Education, will join provincial and territorial education ministers from across Canada for the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) meetings in Toronto this week (March 4 and 5).

by NationTalk on March 3, 2010696 Views

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Pilot Project Will Be The First Government Supported Peacekeeper Project In Saskatchewan

News Release – March 2, 2010

The Government of Saskatchewan, in partnership with Public Safety Canada and the File Hills Tribal Council today announced a pilot project that will introduce peacekeepers to the File Hills Tribal Council.

Under the two-year pilot, five peacekeepers will be assigned to the File Hills First Nations Police Service. Their role will be to support the seven officers currently on the police service by developing crime prevention and public awareness programs that speak to the needs of the community for greater involvement and cultural awareness.

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Deadline For Symons Essay Contest Approaching

March 2, 2010
For immediate release

Education and Early Childhood Development

Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Doug Currie is reminding Island high school students to submit their entry to the Symons Essay Contest before March 30 so they can be eligible for the generous cash prizes offered by the Symons family.

by NationTalk on March 2, 20101129 Views

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Government Of Canada Supports Improvements To The Postgraduate Medical Education System

March 2, 2010
For immediate release

Backgrounder:- Improvements to the Postgraduate Medical Education System

Ottawa – The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, today announced federal funding of over $1.5 million to the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC) to strengthen the postgraduate medical education system. The funding will help provide physicians in training with the necessary skills to meet the health care needs of Canadians.

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Government Of Canada Helps Nakusp Youth Prepare For Jobs

Nakusp, British Columbia — March 2, 2010 – Local youth who face barriers to employment will get job-preparation training and work experience through the Government of Canada’s support for an employment project. The Honourable Jim Abbott, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Cooperation and Member of Parliament for Kootenay–Columbia, made the announcement today on behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development.

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Government Of Canada Helps Youth In Prince George Prepare For The Labour Market

Prince George, British Columbia — March 2, 2010 – Local youth who face barriers to employment will get job-preparation training and work experience through the Government of Canada’s support for an employment project. The Honourable Jay Hill, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons and Member of Parliament for Prince George–Peace River, made the announcement today on behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development.

by NationTalk on March 2, 2010582 Views

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2010 Roberta Bondar Postdoctoral Fellow To Deliver Public Lecture March 3

For Immediate Release
February 25, 2010, Peterborough

Dr. Scott Heyes to Discuss Vision for Protected Areas and Visitors Centres in Arctic Quebec during First of Two Public Lectures

Dr. Scott Heyes, the 2010 Roberta Bondar Postdoctoral Fellow in Northern and Polar Studies at Trent University, will deliver the first of two public lectures on Wednesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. in the Champlain College Lecture Hall, room CC307.

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NWCC School Of Exploration & Mining Wins Prestigious Award For Strategic Partnerships

For Immediate Release

March 01, 2010

Northwest Community College (NWCC) School of Exploration & Mining (SEM) has done it again. The school has won its second prestigious award in two months, this time for the close partnerships it has developed and maintains with local community groups, and the resulting impacts they’ve had on the region.

by NationTalk on March 2, 2010646 Views

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University Of Saskatchewan Announces Landmark $12 Million Donation

For Immediate Release – February 26, 2010

University of Saskatchewan Professor Emeritus Karim (Kay) Nasser announced today that the Nasser family has made a $12 million dollar gift to support students at the University of Saskatchewan. The donation comes in the form of real estate and is the largest philanthropic gift the university has ever received.

by NationTalk on March 2, 2010778 Views

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Youth Gather To Build Diversity In Journalism: More Diverse Newsrooms Means Better Journalism, Say Sponsors

The School of Journalism at the University of Regina is hosting a one-day, hands-on session for students interested in careers in journalism. Involving journalism faculty, practicing news reporters and senior journalism students, the workshop will be held at the school on Friday, March 19. The event is open to young aspiring journalists, particularly Aboriginal and new immigrant students from across urban and rural Saskatchewan.

by NationTalk on March 2, 2010614 Views

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Call for Participants Banff Centre- Voice Intensive Workshop and Dance Residency

Diverse As This Land — Voice Intensive Workshop

Program dates: July 12 – 17, 2010
Application deadline: March 19, 2010

Add your voice to the Diverse As This Land project, a week-long vocal intensive at The Banff Centre that explores singing as physical experience, breath control and capacity, resonance, understanding of the vocal apparatus, care of the voice, and relationship to space and audience under the mentorship of two highly accomplished teachers, mentors, and singers. Singers in the program will have the unique opportunity to experience first-hand the power of live performance by singing as a group during the concert series.

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by NationTalk on March 2, 2010647 Views

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Deer to speak for International Women’s Week

February 26,2010

Nipissing University and the department of Gender Equality and Social Justice are pleased to announce that award-winning filmmaker Tracey Deer will speak on March 4 at 7 p.m. as part of International Women’s Week 2010.

by NationTalk on March 2, 2010606 Views

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Publications: Métis Post-Secondary Education Systems: Literature Review

Education systems that do not serve the needs of Métis learners have lasting impact on all Canadian socio-economic developments, according to the report Metis Post-Secondary Education Systems: Literature Review. Employment rates, recruitment and retention initiatives, community issues of being at risk or in crisis, suicide rates, poverty, health and justice are just a few of the issues intertwined with education development.

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