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Canada incorporates Metis Nation by signing Post-Secondary Education

Seamus O’Regan, the Indigenous Services Minister, along with Clement Chartier, Metis’ National Council President has reportedly signed an agreement. By the looks of it, the agreement revolves around the commi

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Nova Scotia terminates the bus contracts held with Stock

The government of Nova Scotia informed Stock Transportation that the services aren’t needed anymore. Stock Transportation was responsible for carrying the school children from and to the school in the region of Hal

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Adult learners in high school students in Nunavut are found waiting

The Northern Province in Nunavut is failing at preparing the mature as well as the high school students for higher education. Additionally, Nunavut also failed at making the education seekers get into the working sphere

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Canada wants to support education climate education across the country

  Since the history of the existence of human beings, climate change has been the most defining challenges that the world faces. And this is the reason why the country wants to enhance education along with the aw

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Medical schools in Canada want to enhance Indigenous admissions of students

Seventeen of the Canadian medical schools are going to combine their forces with the IHN. The collaboration of the medical schools and Indigenous Health Network will increase the number of students to enroll in their pro

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School arrests a 13-year-old due to possession of weapon

At a school situated in the western region of Ottawa arrested a young student for possession of a weapon. According to the school authorities, the 13-year-old boy was immediately charged with weapon possession as he carr

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The students with low income in Canada are going to face a tough time

The School Board of Toronto District is looking forward to trimming the spending of $67-million. The experts, on the other hand, are suggesting that the students with low-budgets are going to be affected more when things

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Education will play a significant role to stop the whale killers

By the looks of it, outreach and education will be playing a crucial role in enforcing the new boating regulations for saving the endangered species of Southern Resident orcas. The new mandate came into being from DFO ak

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