Earlier this year, Sharing Our Cultures undertook a legacy project for Canada 150 that gave young people throughout the province an opportunity to highlight, through video, what Canada means in their eyes. Sharing Our Cultures Founder Lloydetta Quaicoe says the project, which saw dozens of entries from across the province, showed the students' inspiration, ingenuity and creativity.
Level II students of Gill Memorial Academy were proud to receive a honourable mention for their submission to Sharing Our Cultures’ Canada 150 Youth Video contest. The group of 16 students wrote and performed a song titled Canada Bound, inspired by Paul Brandt’s version of Alberta Bound.
To complete the project, the students created a video consisting ...[more]
Trustees and staff members of the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District congratulate Brian Shortall, Executive Director of the Newfoundland and Labrador School Boards Association on the receipt of national honours. At recent meetings of the Canadian School Boa ...[more]
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