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NAIT to Launch National Clean Fuels Education and Awareness Program – Morinville News

by Morinville Online Staff NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology) is launching what it says is a groundbreaking national clean fuels online awareness and education program, made possible by a $300,000 contribution from Natural Resources Canada. The program aims to promote understanding and adoption of clean fuels and technologies across academia, industry, government and the […]

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MUN’s Labrador campus launches 1st graduate programs in Arctic and Subarctic studies

The Labrador campus of Memorial University has launched its first graduate programs. Students will now be able to pursue a graduate diploma, master’s degree or PhD in Arctic and Subarctic futures at the campus, in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. “This program is a dream, it’s been years in the making,” said Ashlee Cunsolo, dean of the

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Million dollar grant helping VIU’s adult education and ESL programming | NanaimoNewsNOW

“We are embedding curriculum into courses that would normally seem generic…if they’re taking Math 11 or English 12, we’re actually putting in assignments that are more relevant to the pathway of the student. If they’re going into ECE for example, they would be doing assignments…would be geared towards early childhood education.” The money awarded this

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Is ‘Coastal Cowgirl’ the Decorating Trend of the Summer? Experts Think So

Dotdash Meredith and Yahoo Inc. may earn commission or revenue on some items through the links below. Here’s how to pull of this rustic-meets-beachy trend Step aside, coastal grandmother—there’s a new decorating trend in town, and she’s wearing cowboy boots. Perhaps you’ve seen the “coastal cowgirl” aesthetic, with its rugged textures and country accents worthy

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Higgs’s remarks on LGBTQ policy called ‘deplorable’ by education council members

Members of the Anglophone East district education council have waded into a debate over New Brunswick’s policy on LGBTQ students in schools, with one member calling Premier Blaine Higgs’s comments on the issue “deplorable.” “I know it’s recent news, it just came out, but the premier’s comments regarding Policy 713 tonight are absolutely deplorable,” Dominic

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17 regional student advocates appointed by the Quebec education ministry

The Ministry of Education on Wednesday named 17 regional student advocates who will assist their national counterpart, Jean-François Bernier. The education ministry announced in a press release that the chosen individuals would “handle all complaints from students and parents, including those concerning bullying, violence and sexual abuse against students attending an educational institution.” “With the

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Iran’s Education Ministry Says Won’t Provide Schooling To Hijab Rule Breakers

When Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi visited Moscow in early 2022, he had high hopes of leaving with defense deals that would circumvent international sanctions and take advantage of the expiration of a United Nations embargo on arms trading with Tehran. Russian fighter jets, advanced antimissile defense systems, and other high-tech military equipment were high on

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Access to post-secondary education expanded for former youth in care

Former youth in care in BC of all ages will have their tuition waived for post-secondary education as the government takes action to remove age requirements for the Tuition Waiver Program. In 2017, the BC government developed the Provincial Tuition Waiver Program that waived tuition and fees for former youth in care between 19 and

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