Thursday , 22 October 2020

Tag Archives: children

Playschools facing challenges after being excluded from reopening plan

“Part of the problem is what they have suggested for daycare, doesn’t work for us.” After not being specifically mentioned in the Government of Saskatchewan’s reopening plan, some playschools are looking for answers on how they should approach their day-to-day operation. At the beginning of September, Southridge Playschool started letting children into their facility for the first time since closing …

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Mother Teresa teaches importance of Indigenous culture

Students joined in on fun and educational outdoor activities to learn about Indigenous culture. Mother Teresa Early Childhood Education Centre hosted their annual Fall Fun Day to incorporate the outdoors for educational purposes. According to Grade 1 teacher Paige Kindopp, the Indigenous culture is not recognized enough and should be discussed more often to create awareness. Since Mother Teresa is …

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Lloydminster resident raising money to support children with cancer

One resident is riding around town raising awareness and money for children with life-threatening illnesses. Lloydminster resident Jarrod Russell is participating in this year’s Great Cycle Challenge that raises money to support children with cancer across Canada.  On August 13, any donations made to Russell’s cause will be matched by the Challenge.  Russell has participated in the last four Great …

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Local demonstrator working to create child sex-trafficking awareness

A local woman is taking to the streets to create awareness of child sex-trafficking in the community. On Sunday, Protest Organizer Amanda Coupal and a handful of other people joined outside of City Hall to spread their message to people in the area. Coupal said she wants to bring awareness to the local level to shed light on the issue …

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