Education

Un élève de l’ÉSC Trillium participe à une formation en apprentissage au Collège Boréal

Christian Synnett, élève de 12e année à l’École secondaire catholique Trillium (Chapleau), a eu l’occasion de se joindre à ses collègues Anik et Brielle de l’ÉSC Champlain (Chelmsford) afin de participer au Niveau 1 du programme à double reconnaissance de crédit “Électricien/ Électricienne (Construction et entretien)” offert au Collège Boréal.   Le Programme d’apprentissage pour les jeunes de l’Ontario (PAJO) ...

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ÉSC Trillium student participates in apprenticeship training at Collège Boréal

Christian Synnett, a grade 12 student at École secondaire catholique Trillium (Chapleau), had the opportunity to join fellow students Anik and Brielle from ÉSC Champlain (Chelmsford) and participate in Level 1 of the credited dual recognition program as “Electrician (Construction and Maintenance)” offered at Collège Boréal. The Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) allows students to complete apprenticeship training while in ...

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Les élèves du secondaire de Saint-Joseph découvrent la fête de Diwali

Les élèves de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) inscrits au cours Études des religions ont tout récemment étudié l’hindouisme, ses fêtes et ses traditions. Dirigés par leur enseignante Mme Maryssa Kozlowskyj, ils ont célébré la fête de Diwali « La fête des lumières », qui est la fête la plus importante de l’hindouisme et en Inde. Après avoir pris connaissance de l’histoire ...

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Saint-Joseph students discover the Diwali celebration

Students from École secondaire Saint-Joseph in Wawa registered in the Religious Studies class recently studied Hinduism, its celebrations and traditions. Led by their teacher Ms. Maryssa Kozlowskyj, they were able to celebrate Diwali “The Festival of Lights”, which is the most important holiday in Hinduism and in India. After learning about the history of this festival, the students proceeded with ...

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Les élèves de l’école Saint-Joseph participent à des Jeux olympiques d’hiver

Les Jeux olympiques d’hiver se sont déroulés à l’école élémentaire et secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) du 9 au 25 février. Pendant plus de deux semaines, les élèves participaient à 16 activités identifiées sur une carte bingo. Parmi les activités on comptait patiner avec un ami, pelleter de la neige, glisser en famille, bâtir un inukshuk, jouer au hockey et boire un ...

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École Saint-Joseph students take part in the Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics were held at École élémentaire et secondaire Saint-Joseph in Wawa from February 9 to 25. For more than two weeks, students participated in 16 activities identified on a bingo card. Activities included skating with a friend, shoveling snow, sliding with the family, building an inukshuk, playing hockey and drinking hot chocolate. Through the sharing of photos, the ...

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L’expansion de l’Université de l’EMNO permettra d’alléger la pénurie de médecins dans le Nord de l’Ontario

Le 15 mars 2022, le gouvernement de l’Ontario a annoncé l’expansion des écoles de médecine de toute la province. Au cours des cinq prochaines années, l’Université de l’EMNO aura donc 30 places supplémentaires dans son programme de médecine et 41 dans ses programmes de résidence. « Merci au premier ministre, Doug Ford, à la ministre de la Santé et des Soins ...

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NOSM University expansion to aid with Northern Ontario physician shortage

On March 15, 2022 the Government of Ontario announced medical school expansion across the province. With this announcement, NOSM University will see an added 30 medical degree and 41 residency spots over the next five years. “Thank you to Premier Doug Ford, Minister of Health Christine Elliott and Minister of Colleges and Universities Jill Dunlop for making changes that will ...

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New English Curriculum and Spanish version of “Return of the Wolves: Lessons from the Wilderness” Released

The National Parks of Lake Superior Foundation (NPLSF) has partnered with the Cane-Bridge Foundation to bring lessons of the predator-prey restoration at a United States Park to Spanish-speaking students. Cane-Bridge (Puentes de Caña in Spanish) and the NPLSF announced the release of Spanish educational lesson plans and a new documentary film: “The Return of Wolves: Lessons from the Wilderness.” From ...

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Confederation College Presents Michael Landsberg

Confederation College along with Safe Campus and Student Union of Confederation College Inc. (SUCCI) is proud to announce an engagement titled Isolation Nation: Supporting Mental Health through COVID-19 with Michael Landsbergto be held on Wednesday, March 16th at 12:30 EST at  facebook.com/confederation or facebook.com/succiofficial.   Hosted by the founder of the Sick Not Weak Charitable Foundation, this event strives to end ...

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Record Year for Bridge Building Competition!

  Sault College, in partnership with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO), marked the return of the annual Bridge Building Competition on Friday, March 11, 2022. The competition was open for all students in grades 4-12, as well as younger and older entries through the open category. Nearly 400 balsa wood bridges were entered this year where students competed against their fellow ...

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Le Sault College lance un baccalauréat en sciences infirmières

Le gouvernement de l’Ontario offre une nouvelle voie pour la formation en soins infirmiers à Sault Ste. Marie avec le lancement du nouveau baccalauréat autonome de quatre ans en sciences infirmières du Sault College. Les détails ont été communiqués aujourd’hui par Jill Dunlop, ministre des Collèges et Universités, et Ross Romano, député provincial de Sault Ste. Marie. « Il s’agit ...

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Sault College Launches Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree

The Ontario government is providing a new pathway for nursing education in Sault Ste. Marie with the launch of Sault College’s new stand-alone four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Details were shared today by Jill Dunlop, Minister of Colleges and Universities, and Ross Romano, MPP for Sault Ste. Marie. “This is an important milestone for postsecondary education in Ontario. ...

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Supporting Anglophone parents in their efforts to help their child learn French

This year, parents of Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon students will have the opportunity to follow a free French as a second language program. This 10-week course starting March 23 will be offered online by Collège Boréal. This program will support Anglophone parents to learn and communicate in French to better support their child’s learning. Parents of children who will begin ...

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