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Elementary school stops bullies by fostering talk, trust

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When traditional methods of punishment weren’t doing anything to reduce bullying and school violence, a school in Truro, N.S., decided to try a restorative-justice approach — and says it’s paying off. School wasn’t easy for Dylan Lecointre, seated, and he got repeated warnings for misbehaving before he started at Truro …

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Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation in N.L. declares suicide crisis

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A First Nations community in Newfoundland and Labrador declared a crisis on Tuesday after 10 suicide attempts were reported in a matter of days.  Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation Chief Eugene Hart said the community is struggling to find support for those considering suicide. (Jacob Barker/CBC) A First Nations community in …

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Mandatory Grade 11 English course only teaches Indigenous books

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Windsor Mandatory Grade 11 English course only teaches Indigenous books Eight of 15 high schools with the GECDSB are using the mandatory Grade 11 English course to teach students about Indigenous authors. Social Sharing By 2020, all literature taught in mandatory Grade 11 English course will be written by Indigenous …

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…to support Indigenous health

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St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver is seen in April, 2015. St. Paul’s Foundation raises funds to support Providence Health Care’s 17 B.C. sites, including St. Paul’s Hospital. Ben Nelms/The Globe and Mail A $2-million donation to St. Paul’s Foundation from Bank of Montreal will support the health and wellness of …

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Homewood Ravensview Welcomes Chief Rebecca David of the Pauquachin…

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Homewood Ravensview Welcomes Chief Rebecca David of the Pauquachin First Nation to the Position of Cultural Liaison Innovative new position coordinates cultural practices and support programs at the landmark mental health and addictions treatment centre on the Saanich Peninsula VICTORIA, Oct. 29, 2019 /CNW/ – Homewood Ravensview is pleased to …

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Healing through grief: ‘If I wasn’t doing what I’m doing … I probably wouldn’t be here’

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Edmonton Healing through grief: 'If I wasn't doing what I'm doing … I probably wouldn't be here' When Mason Buffalo lost several family members to suicide, he nearly gave up. Instead he decided it was time for someone to speak up. Social Sharing Maskwacis cemetery keeper dedicates his time to …

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