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Bear Sharing Day gives students opportunity to share knowledge

Bear Sharing Day gives students opportunity to share knowledge

BOW VALLEY – A collaborative opportunity for students at two local schools to share their knowledge on the local wildlife bear population left no room to paws.
New Education Act won't change CRPS board perspective on GSAs

New Education Act won't change CRPS board perspective on GSAs

BOW VALLEY – Fear among LGTBQ students have grown, after Bill 8 amending the School Act was introduced by the newly elected UCP government last week.

Local Canmore family to take talents across country in humanitarian venture

CANMORE – A local family with no shortage of diverse talents are packing their suitcases alongside many donation items to take with them to less-fortunate parts of the world.
International student group visit to valley cancelled

International student group visit to valley cancelled

BOW VALLEY – As summer approaches and the provincial education budget remains uncertain, the Canadian Rockies Public School board is looking to fill a hole that’s come up in its international student program.
CRPS to expand dual credit program partnerships

CRPS to expand dual credit program partnerships

BOW VALLEY – The dual credit program aiming to get students ahead of the game in terms of life after high school has added more options for young adults to choose from.
OLS student wins $100K Schulich Leader Scholarship

OLS student wins $100K Schulich Leader Scholarship

CANMORE – A local high school student was awarded a prestigious scholarship to the University of Calgary this fall, making him the second student from Canmore to win the award in three years.
Premier Kenney’s tabled budget leaves school boards uncertain, hopeful for positive outcome

Premier Kenney’s tabled budget leaves school boards uncertain, hopeful for positive outcome

BOW VALLEY – The announcement by Premier Jason Kenney to table the 2019-20 budget in the fall has the local school board hopeful it will result in a more suitable funding framework for the Bow Valley.
Turning Point continues First Nation mental health and wellness program

Turning Point continues First Nation mental health and wellness program

STONEY NAKODA – Morley Community School students were plugged into questions about how gaming and being online can affect their mental health and wellbeing during a workshop earlier this month.
Banff-Kananaskis candidates say safe spaces a priority for students

Banff-Kananaskis candidates say safe spaces a priority for students

BOW VALLEY – As candidates for Banff-Kananaskis gear up for the April 16 provincial election, educational priorities for the Bow Valley, including creating safe spaces for students, is at the top of their priority lists.
Exchange students build bridges, climb mountains

Exchange students build bridges, climb mountains

STONEY NAKODA – Donald Baker-Spence saw a tree for the first time last week.