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Friday, November 4, 2016
News Release

Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Executive Director Gwen Dueck announced today her pending retirement effective March 31, 2017. Dueck has held the senior administrative position in the professional organization of over 13,000 teachers in the province since April 2008, when she became the first woman to assume the role in the Federation’s history.

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Sask Bulletin

REGINA – Let’s just call this the latest version of the old budget two-step. That’s where the Ministry of Education puts its best spin on the numbers enclosed in the annual provincial budget as the lead in this little dance, and then thereafter the respective partners analyze the same figures with their version and those aforementioned numbers are left to dance.

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Sask Bulletin

REGINA – It wasn’t just his imposing physical stature that allowed Eugene Arcand to command the gymnasium full of students and teachers during the Waking Together: A Day of Education for Truth and Reconciliation.

Equally it was his message delivered with passion and eloquence. As Arcand shared, “I never thought I would see this day,” while in the same breath conceding that he was speaking of events that he had spent a lifetime trying to forget.

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Friday, April 29, 2016
News Release

A year ago Patrick Maze rode a wave of change to victory in his quest to be President of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation.

Maze vowed to listen to the voice of classroom teachers throughout the province and echoed those sentiments in his successful re-election bid at the STF Annual Meeting of Council in a two-way contest featuring fellow STF Executive member Randy Cline.

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016
News Release

More than 200 educators from across the province will be gathering at the Radisson Hotel in Saskatoon for the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Annual Meeting of Council on April 27-30, 2016.

At this meeting, councillors will come together to discuss a range of professional issues that will impact the future of public education in our province.

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