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Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Sask Bulletin

Very much a team player, Christa Walton is also one of those classic outside-the-box thinkers in her approach to education and teaching. Those attributes helped the Estevan-based educator receive a Primer Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence (Certificate of Achievement).

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Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Sask Bulletin

In collaboration with Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools and its partners, St. Michael Community School received the Premier’s Board of Education Award for Innovation and Excellence in Education. Principal Cristin Dorgan Lee describes how this is a community effort.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Sask Bulletin

The Office of the Treaty Commissioner recently signed two partnership initiatives with the University of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Polytechnic. As Treaty Commissioner Mary Culbertson explained, this is critically important in terms of the OTC’s plans for the future.

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Friday, January 15, 2021
News Release

Today a number of Saskatchewan teachers, along with Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation President Patrick Maze, participated in a virtual meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Four current classroom teachers, who are also elected members of the STF Executive, shared their experiences of teaching during the pandemic and engaged in a discussion with the Prime Minister.

“We are very grateful to have had a thorough discussion with Prime Minister Trudeau on issues Saskatchewan teachers and students are facing,” said Maze.

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Saturday, January 2, 2021
Sask Bulletin

One day before the snow showed up, I went to get tested for COVID-19 after having a bit of a runny nose.

Anyway, I chose the drive-through option, which was quite a nightmare in itself, but suffice to say, after an agonizing wait for the test results, they thankfully came back negative. Yet ironically, I am POSITIVE that I’m just about at my breaking point with regards to all things pandemic and all the inconsistencies that surround it.

Don’t get me wrong–I have nothing against Dr. Saqib Shahab and his frequently changing co-stars when they sit down to address the huddled masses (not so much) about the latest statistics. Until someone can bring some perspective to this whole thing, it is just so tiresome.

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