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‘Students are worth it’: B.C. teachers stand by SOGI amid threats – Vernon Morning Star

February 21, 2024 B.C. teachers attribute threats and hate-filled messages their role as an advocate for SOGI and their sexual identity Every day when Mary Lawrence leaves the school where…

Beading community comes together in Thunder Bay – Anishinabek News

February 21, 2024 THUNDER BAY — The Thunder Bay Art Gallery’s Aanikoobijiganag: Beading Symposium featured six workshops as well as a Curatorial Panel moderated by Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg’s Melissa Twance and…

Wildlife experts to discuss diseases leaving Okanagan bighorn sheep in peril – Summerland Review

Feb. 21, 2024 Symposium in Penticton to explore conservation options Some of the smartest wildlife biology minds will gather in Penticton this week to better address the sharpening decline of…

CDN/NDG Mayor appointed to Montreal executive committee – The Suburban

Feb. 21, 2024 Côte des Neiges—Notre Dame de Grâce Borough Mayor Gracia Kasoki Katahwa says her latest position at the city is a boon for the borough. “I want to…

British Columbia’s multimillion-dollar mining problem – The Narwhal

Feb. 21, 2024 The true cost of cleaning up mine pollution in B.C. is growing, an investigation by The Globe and Mail and The Narwhal has found. If disaster strikes,…

Child poverty trends up sharply in Guysborough County – Guysborough Journal

February 21 2024 GUYSBOROUGH — A new report outlining a sharp rise in childhood poverty rates in Guysborough County after the first year of the pandemic is renewing calls for…

Seeing life through different eyes—at the Library – Pelham Today

February 21, 2024 A variety of books by Black authors on offer during Black History Month February is celebrated as Black History Month, so naturally more readers are motivated to…

Prairie Powerhouse: 5 Upcoming Developments That Prove Winnipeg Can Hold Its Own – Storeys

February 21, 2024 From one of the biggest community developments in Winnipeg’s history to the redevelopment of the historic Hudson’s Bay department store, these projects will change the face of…

B.C. government won’t throw teen treatment centre a lifeline, despite growing calls to save it – O Canada

Feb 21, 2024 Mental Health and Addictions Minister Jennifer Whiteside commented after Postmedia News’s stories about plans to close the Carlile centre in North Vancouver B.C.’s minister for mental health…

PSP Investments and Northcrest Developments Partner with Global Real Estate Leader Hines for Downsview Airport Lands Redevelopment Project – Building.ca

Feb 21, 2024 The Hangar District development will be a collaboration between the Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments) and Hines, in conjunction with Northcrest Developments, a subsidiary of…

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