Feds investing $12M into Saskatchewan schools for energy efficiency programs

The federal government says money raised through its carbon pollution pricing system is being invested to make Saskatchewan schools more energy efficient. Jonathan Wilkinson,

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1st COVID-19 outbreaks at 2 Alberta schools confirmed in Calgary and Lethbridge

Alberta has reported its first COVID-19 outbreaks at public high schools in Calgary and Lethbridge. In south Calgary, parents and staff at Henry Wise Wood High

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Edmonton Public School Board votes to rename two schools

Edmonton Public School Board trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to start the process of renaming two schools. Dan Knott School in southeast Edmonton and Oliver School just west

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5 more southern Alberta schools report COVID-19 cases

Bridlewood School, St. Angela School and Lester B. Pearson High School in Calgary, as well as Raymond High School in Raymond and Lawrence Grassi

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Ottawa to name two former residential schools as national historic sites

The federal government is today formally recognizing one of the darkest chapters in Canadian history as an event of national significance and is designating two former

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Ottawa to give provinces $2 billion to help reopen schools

The federal government will transfer $2 billion to provinces and territories to help them with the safe reopening of schools, CBC News has confirmed. Prime

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Police chase over stolen car ends with Alberta man getting stuck in elementary school’s vent

A police chase that began when officers in Red Deer, Alta., noticed a stolen licence plate, ended with a man getting stuck in the

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Vancouver high schools to use hybrid model under coronavirus plan

Vancouver parents are getting a better idea of what their kids’ back-to-school scenario will look like under the coronavirus pandemic. The Vancouver School Board

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Saskatchewan School Board Association ‘welcoming’ recent changes to Safe Schools Plan

The Saskatchewan School Board Association (SSBA) says it’s happy with the recent changes made by the province to its Safe School Plan. On Monday,

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Face masks now mandatory in BC schools

The province announces that masks will be mandatory in school common areas for middle and high school students, Julia Foy explains. Source link [Prosperity]

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