Training to help Saskatchewan teachers build safe, inclusive learning environments

Teachers, school staff and volunteers in Saskatchewan are being offered free training to help build safe and inclusive learning environments in the classroom. The province is partnering with Respect Group co-founder Sheldon Kenney to offer the new Respect in School initiative. It’s being offered to all school divisions, First Nation education authorities and independent schools in the province. “We are

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Sask. premier exploring further provincial autonomy after ‘disappointing’ Trudeau meeting

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said he is looking at ways to expand provincial autonomy after meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa on Tuesday morning. “We’re going to look at opportunities to expand our provincial autonomy. That includes expanding our presence around the world in those areas where we are exporting our agri-food products, our energy products,” Moe said.

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Sask. swimmer named Special Olympics Canada’s Female Athlete of the Year

It’s been a year to remember for Englefeld, Sask.’s Tianna Zimmerman following a strong showing at Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019. The 18-year-old swimmer took home gold in the women’s 4x50m freestyle relay and bronze in the 800m freestyle. Her accomplishments earned Zimmerman Special Olympics Canada’s Female Athlete of the Year. “I’m still kind of shocked and expecting

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