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Coronavirus: Ontario government asks school boards to consider starting upcoming academic...

The Ontario government has asked the province’s school boards to consider starting the upcoming academic year a little bit earlier than normal as planning...

Coronavirus: London, Ont., area finds unique ways to recognize graduates

It’s not the end of the school year local graduates expected, but the community is finding ways to mark student accomplishments all the same.The...

Humboldt Broncos Memorial Golf Tournament: Legacy Award given to friend of...

The legacy of Lethbridge’s Logan Boulet continues to live on. On Wednesday morning, the Humboldt Broncos Memorial Golf Tournament Legacy Award was presented on...

Lethbridge parents discuss challenges of parenting children with autism during pandemic...

The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for everyone, however some people have been hit harder than others, such as parents with children who have...

Ontario high school teachers ratify collective agreement with provincial government

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Edmonton Public School Board says changes to education funding will impact...

Trustees with the Edmonton Public School Board met Tuesday to discuss the effect that changes to provincial funding for education will have on its...

Does letting kids get coronavirus help build immunity among Quebec’s wider...

The Quebec government has suggested that reopening schools and daycares could be a way to both kick-start its economy and slow the transmission of...

Longtime professor named president of Ontario’s proposed French-language university

The dean of Concordia University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences has been appointed president of Ontario’s proposed French-language university.The school’s board of directors says...

Manitoba suspends student loan repayments amid COVID-19 – Winnipeg

The Manitoba government is suspending repayment on all student aid loans until the end of September to soften the financial blow by COVID-19.The move...

Maritime universities establish emergency funds for students during coronavirus crisis

As COVID-19 continues to spread, a number of universities across the Maritimes have established a student relief fund to help students address financial burdens...
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