Des élèves de Toronto, Hamilton, Kitchener, Vancouver, Ottawa et Kingston prendront part au programme SHAD en juillet.
News from Kingston
"The Merilyn Simonds Protégé Project is new to Writersfest this year and aims to create a one-on-one writing mentorship experience.
James Brett has many successful fundraisers each year; a cut-a-thon, and fashion and hair shows. This year the final fundraising cheque was over $10,000. Photos by Kendra Pierroz
City staff identified the need to include a community room within the secondary school and accessible to not-for-profit organizations such as Pathways to Education.
Pathways to Education received a $5,000 grant to "provide Kingston youth with access to the stories of residential school survivors to raise awareness of this part of Canadian history and encourage discussion on the continued need for truth and reconciliation."
For Cody Allan, school was little more than a year of struggling to maintain his grades while trying not to focus on a dysfunctional home life. ... It was just before going into Grade 9 that he saw a Pathways to Education pamphlet that came in the mail.