Week of March 15, 2021

March 19, 2021 Canadians want to see action on climate change, and they know that pollution cannot be free. That's why the Government of Canada is ensuring that there is a fair, minimum price on carbon pollution across the country and is returning the revenues back to households to make life more affordable and to

2021-05-19T12:50:18-04:00May 19th, 2021|Categories: Recent News|

Week of May 17, 2021

May 20, 2021 Canadians everywhere are feeling the impact of COVID-19, on their families, their livelihoods, and their way of life. Together, Canada and Ontario are working to reduce the impact of the pandemic, ensure health and safety, rebuild businesses, and promote job creation, growth and investment. https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/canada-and-ontario-invest-in-new-indigenous-cultural-centre-at-algoma-university-848181528.html  Nipissing University hires new president May 20, 2021 Dr. Kevin Wamsley

2021-06-10T14:06:43-04:00May 17th, 2021|Categories: Recent News|

Week of March 8, 2021

Please see exciting training opportunity; We are pleased to inform you that the Ontario Ministry of Education has provided funding to Geneva Centre for Autism to offer the Ontario Educator Online Autism Training Program to Public School Boards and First Nations communities. This training is accessible free of charge for teachers and EA’s working for First Nation communities in

2021-03-25T14:33:46-04:00March 8th, 2021|Categories: Recent News|

Week of March 1, 2021

Sudbury NDP MPP Jamie West is hosting a town hall Wednesday to voice opposition to expected program and staffing cuts at Laurentian University. https://northernontario.ctvnews.ca/online-in-person-town-hall-set-for-wednesday-to-oppose-cuts-at-laurentian-university-1.5330490   Cyberattack stalls report cards in Huron-Perth schools March 2, 2021 Parents in Huron and Perth counties attempting to access their children’s electronic report cards are being being met with a

2021-03-25T14:33:59-04:00March 2nd, 2021|Categories: Recent News|

October 2, 2020 – Province alters classroom, child-care screening rules

October 2, 2020 Runny noses and headaches no longer require automatic COVID-19 tests to return to classroom or child care. https://www.tbnewswatch.com/local-news/province-alters-classroom-child-care-screening-rules-2758839   Cree posters going up at Timmins-area schools October 2, 2020 Cree language posters can now be spotted at some District School Board Ontario North East (DSB1) schools, including Timmins. https://www.timminstoday.com/local-news/cree-posters-going-up-at-timmins-area-schools-2757766   Math on the Land

2021-03-15T16:45:33-04:00October 2nd, 2020|Categories: Recent News|

September 18, 2020 – COVID-19 cases in schools and child care centres

September 18, 2020 Learn about coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Ontario schools and child care centres, and what happens if there is an outbreak. Data is published weekdays at 10:30 a.m. https://www.ontario.ca/page/covid-19-cases-schools-and-child-care-centres   Vale, Indspire team up for $150K Cambrian scholarship fund for Indigenous students September 18, 2020 A new partnership that includes Vale, Indspire and

2021-03-15T16:44:58-04:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Recent News|

Sept 9, 2020 – Ontario Welcomes Postsecondary Students Back to School

September 4, 2020 Fall Re-Opening Plan Prioritizes Health and Safety of Students, Faculty and Staff https://news.ontario.ca/en/release/58256/ontario-welcomes-postsecondary-students-back-to-school   University of Victoria to house national Indigenous law centre September 03, 2020 The University of Victoria has announced plans to expand its law school building to include Canada's first National Centre for Indigenous Laws. The $27-million project, jointly

2021-03-15T16:44:17-04:00September 9th, 2020|Categories: Recent News|

Aug 26, 2020 – $2B in federal funding aims to help schools reopen safely as COVID-19 numbers climb

August 26, 2020 Money earmarked to improve air ventilation, boost sanitation and buy protective equipment https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-schools-safe-covid19-1.5700424   First Nations back-to-school COVID-19 funding falls far short, says AFN regional chief August 26, 2020 Indigenous Services Minister says announced funding per-student on-reserve higher than for provinces. The $112 million for COVID-19 back-to-school preparations for First Nations that Ottawa announced

2021-03-15T16:43:36-04:00August 26th, 2020|Categories: Recent News|
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