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Ear Falls Public School Jazzes Up Wheels

Published: July 5, 2017 BY SARAH DESFORGES Throughout the month of June members of the Ear Falls Public School’s grade two and three class took on the project of making decorative pictures to put on the [...]

Hush little baby…

BY HEATHER COLLINS Putting a child to sleep is easier said than done. It’s a struggle that affects many parents with infants and toddlers. Joleen Dilk Salyn, a certified child sleep consultant and founder of Baby [...]

The grape escape

Just the other day, I cracked open a special bottle of wine gifted to me by a friend for my 30th birthday. It was one of the most dynamic and enjoyable wines to reach my lips [...]

Treaty 3 rejects feds’ First Nation Education Act

BY HEATHER COLLINS Treaty 3 chiefs recently came together to unanimously reject Federal Government legislation that would standardize First Nation Education, as well push for accountability for the condition of on-reserve schools. The group consisted of [...]

Minding the gap – KPDSB publicly acknowledges gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal graduation rates

BY HEATHER COLLINS In a student success report released last week, the Keewatin Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) has publicly acknowledged for the first time the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal student graduation rates. Data for [...]