School board fine-tuning Indigenous programming

July 29, 2022

The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board is continuing to finetune their programs focusing on Indigenous peoples.

HSCDSB Commitment to Indigenous Education

July 28, 2022

With the recent apology from Pope Francis to the First Nation, Metis, and Inuit peoples of Canada, the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board supports the apology and will continue to support and be allies with Indigenous peoples, communities, families, and students.

Ontario Launches its Plan to Catch Up

July 25, 2022

After two years of pandemic disruptions, Ontario today launched its Plan to Catch Up for the 2022-23 school year. The plan, which is supported by the government’s historic investments in education, starts with students back in classrooms, on time, with the full school experience including extracurricular like clubs, band and field trips.

Education minister says Ontario students will stay in class for in-person learning this school year

July 25, 2022

Education Minister Stephen Lecce on Monday committed to keeping Ontario’s two million students in class for in-person learning this school year, as the province continues to face uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Embark, Indigenous STEM Education Program still accepting applications

July 24, 2022

Indigenous women and Indigenous youth (18-29) qualify for free tuition into the Embark, Indigenous STEM Education program at Confederation College.

Through summer school, Canadian students explore different pathways to higher education

July 21, 2022

Faith Robinson never really enjoyed high school. When the 16-year-old student from Nipissing First Nation fell behind on some of her classes, she was encouraged to attend summer school to make up the difference.

Boy from Buzwah educator left an indelible mark on generations of teachers

July 20, 2022

Most of us hope to leave some positive wake behind us as a legacy as we bide our time here on Turtle Island, but few can dare hope to match those countless ripples that emanate from the 90-year passage of Wiikwemkoong born educator and Anishinaabe knowledge keeper Cecil King.

New agreement gives education ‘self-determination’ to First Nation communities in Quebec

July 14, 2022

FNEC, ISC sign historic agreement to provide $1.1B, control over education to 22 communities.