The Northern Teacher Education Program (NORTEP) in Saskatchewan, Canada commenced in 1976 to facilitate access to teacher education and certification for northerners, particularly those of Aboriginal ancestry. It covers tuition costs, books, and a living allowance for students who have lived in the north for 10 years or half their life. By most accounts, it … More NORTEP, Bodies of Education, and Family History.
In today’s Star Phoenix, Alex MacPherson reports on mandatory drug testing in the workplace. It’s a thoughtful piece and useful for the business community. The legalization of marijuana will raise numerous issues in the business community, in labour law, and among unions and union members, including pre-employment and random drug testing. We can see just … More Legal pot won’t affect workplace drug testing, expert says
It is simply awesome that the the G. Oakes-Redbear Student Centre is nearly open. The finishing touches are being put on the building right now. As it stands, it looks like this. And it will only look better as the University of Saskatchewan prepares for the grand opening. I firmly believe that this will augur … More Gordon Oakes-Redbear Student Centre