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Saskatoon school raising hand-painted teepee for 'unique learning space'
A Saskatoon elementary school is taking a hands-on approach to learning about Indigenous history and customs. Students in the Grade 7 and 8 class at École Victoria School are raising a hand-painted te... read more
A State of Race: Sask. educators focus on Indigenizing their classrooms
Greg Korpan graduated from Sheldon-Williams Collegiate in 2006, and doesn’t remember learning anything on the subject ... In Regina Catholic, and Saskatoon’s two school divisions, the ratio was slight... read more
On Alden Nowlan, a unique figure in Canadian literature born in poverty and raised in poetry
Alden Nowlan was the first and so far only person to win the Governor General’s prize for poetry without getting to the fifth grade in public school. He was a unique figure in Canadian ... He and Nowl... read more
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Mâmawêyatitân Centre officially opens in North Central Regina
The facility includes the new Scott Collegiate high school ... Community Learning Centre. “This is a game-changing facility for our city,” Regina Mayor Michael Fougere said. “Years of hard work have c... read more