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Jul 19, 2010 - Education
Expansion of École Carrefour Étudiant in Beresford
Students at École Carrefour Étudiant in Beresford will have a larger gymnasium and a new stage as of September 2011. Education Minister Roland Haché revealed the architectural plans for the $1.9-milli .....
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Jun 24, 2010 - Transportation
Clean-diesel school buses purchased
The provincial government has invested in 85 new clean-diesel school buses for the 2010-11 school year.
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Jun 22, 2010 - Education
Fredericton student wins 2010 Opti-Math contest
Antonio Molina, a student at École Saint-Anne, is the Grade 8 winner of Opti-Math 2010 national contest. Photo shows Molina.
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Jun 16, 2010 - Education
Preparations underway for first anti-bullying summit
Education Minister Roland Haché received first-hand experience about the kinds of positive initiatives taking place in schools when he visited students and teachers in Shediac today in preparation for .....
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Jun 7, 2010 - Education
All District 5 schools recognized as community schools
All 20 schools in School District 5, L'Étoile du Nord, are now recognized as community schools by the Department of Education.
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Jun 2, 2010 - Education
Schools becoming more accessible to persons with special needs
New Brunswick schools are becoming more accessible and responsive to students with special needs as a result of record investments by the provincial government in inclusive education, Premier Shawn Gr .....
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May 27, 2010 - Education
Arts, and culture in education (francophone sector)
The importance of incorporating arts and culture into education was reaffirmed by Premier Shawn Graham and Education Minister Roland Haché at educational celebrations today at l'École communautaire Ab .....
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May 25, 2010 - Education
Investments being made in District 9
The provincial government will invest $615,000 in major renovations at École Marie-Esther in Shippagan this fiscal year. Education Minister Roland Haché made the announcement during a visit to the sch .....
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May 13, 2010 - Supply and Services
Investments in Bayside Middle School
Supply and Services Minister Ed Doherty and Saint John East MLA Roly MacIntyre toured the new gym and cafeteria at Bayside Middle School in Saint John. The new facilities are part of the $5.5 million .....
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May 12, 2010 - Education
Winner of Lester B. Pearson Scholarship
The New Brunswick winner of the Lester B. Pearson Scholarship is Danie Martin of Sainte-Anne-de-Kent, the Department of Education announced. Martin is a Grade 11 student at École Clément-Cormier in Bo .....
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May 12, 2010 - Education
Entrepreneurial community schools project in Morocco
The entrepreneurial community schools concept in New Brunswick's francophone schools could be introduced to Morocco by September 2011.
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May 11, 2010 - Education
Improvement project for École Sainte-Anne and École des Bâtisseurs
The provincial government is investing $330,000 in improvements to École Sainte-Anne and École des Bâtisseurs, two of seven schools in District 1 sharing $808,000 in capital funding in the current fis .....
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May 11, 2010 - Education
Investment made in Doaktown school
The provincial government is investing $3.2 million in renovations at what is now known as Doaktown Consolidated High School. One wing will close at the end of this school year to be renovated complet .....
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Apr 23, 2010 - Education
World Book and Copyright Day
The 15th annual World Book and Copyright Day was celebrated internationally. Created by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the theme for 2010 is the Inte .....
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Apr 16, 2010 - Education
Government underlines importance of 21st century skills
The provincial government has made a commitment in When Kids Come First to provide teachers with modern technologies to improve teaching and training .....
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Apr 15, 2010 - Education
Government underlines importance of 21st century skills
The need for a shift in thinking about how students are taught, and the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the 21st century, were highlighted by Premier Shawn Graham and Education Minister R .....
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Apr 13, 2010 - Education
Renovated Bouctouche school receives UNESCO designation
Renovations totalling $11.5 million at École Clément-Cormier were officially unveiled today. Premier Shawn Graham participated in the event and announced that the school is the 17th designated francop .....
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Mar 29, 2010 - Education
First Nations youth mentoring project announced
A pilot project encouraging First Nations youth to stay in school so they may develop entrepreneurial training and receive mentoring from the business community will be launched at Bonar Law Memorial .....
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Mar 20, 2010 - Education
First provincial francophone high school debating tournament
Ten teams from francophone high schools competed in the first provincial debating tournament held on Saturday, March 20, which was International Francophonie Day, at Polyvalente Louis-Mailloux in Cara .....
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Mar 13, 2010 - Education
Francophone Grade 2 class for Kennebecasis Valley
An agreement will be finalized soon that will enable Grade 2 students in the Kennebecasis Valley to attend a satellite classroom in Quispamsis starting in September. The satellite classroom will be pa .....
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Feb 24, 2010 - Education
Design for expansion, renovation at Lincoln school
The provincial government is investing $565,000 to design an expansion and renovation at Lower Lincoln Elementary School. This school is among nine in School District 17 receiving $1,439,640 in major .....
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Feb 18, 2010 - Education
Training centre in Shediac opens
Education Minister Roland Haché participated recently in the official opening of the Secondary Training Centre in Shediac. The centre offers training, enabling youths 16 to 19 to obtain a high school .....
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Feb 18, 2010 - Education
Minister visits West-Wood Training Centre
Education Minister Roland Haché visited the West-Wood Training Centre in Scoudouc. Nine participants from the Shediac area will be receiving training in essential skills and life skills, and they will .....
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Feb 17, 2010 - Education
Inclusive Education Week
Education Minister Roland Haché visited students at Connaught Street School in Fredericton as part of National Inclusive Education Week, Feb. 15-22.
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Feb 16, 2010 - Education
Shediac training centre opens officially
Education Minister Roland Haché participated in the official opening of the Secondary Training Centre in Shediac. Clients are young people who have completed at least Grade 9 as well as adults, throug .....
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Feb 15, 2010 - Education
Teacher/staff appreciation week, Feb. 14- 20
Teachers and school staff are being recognized for their dedication and commitment to educating students during national Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week, Feb. 14-20. Education Minister Roland Haché jo .....
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Feb 15, 2010 - Education
Teacher/staff appreciation week, Feb. 14- 20
Teachers and school staff are being recognized for their dedication and commitment to educating students during national Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week, Feb. 14-20. Education Minister Roland Haché jo .....
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Feb 3, 2010 - Education
$1.3 M to repair, improve schools in District 6
The provincial government will invest nearly $1.3 million to repair and improve schools in district 6. It has also committed itself to replacing Kennebecasis Park Elementary School with a new school o .....
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Jan 7, 2010 - Education
Poster for 21st Provincial French Pride Week unveiled
The poster for the 21st Provincial French Pride Week was officially unveiled at Polyvalente A.-J.-Savoie in Saint-Quentin.
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Dec 11, 2009 - Education
Canadian Parents for French donates activity kits to anglophone schools
Anglophone elementary schoolchildren will have more fun learning French, thanks to a donation by the Canadian Parents for French (CPF) New Brunswick. CPF New Brunswick has donated 150 Amuse-toi bien! .....
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Dec 7, 2009 - Education
Literacy centre pilot project launched
A literacy centre pilot project was officially launched today in two District 5 schools by the Department of Education and the Caisses populaires acadiennes.
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Nov 13, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province awards first construction contract for new school in eastern Restigouche County
The first contract for construction of a new school in eastern Restigouche County has been awarded, and work is underway. The $455,000 contract has been awarded to Design Built Mechanical Inc. of Cha .....
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Nov 9, 2009 - Education
Teaching Excellence Awards presented (francophone sector)
Five francophone teachers and their exceptional work were recognized at the 16th Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony held recently in Edmundston.
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Nov 9, 2009 - Education
Teaching Excellence Awards presented (francophone sector)
Five francophone teachers and their exceptional work were recognized at the 16th Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony held recently in Edmundston.
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Nov 9, 2009 - Education
Teaching Excellence Awards presented (francophone sector)
Five francophone teachers and their exceptional work were recognized at the 16th Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony held recently in Edmundston.
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Nov 9, 2009 - Education
Teaching Excellence Awards presented (francophone sector)
Five francophone teachers and their exceptional work were recognized at the 16th Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony held recently in Edmundston.
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Nov 9, 2009 - Education
Teaching Excellence Awards presented (francophone sector)
Five francophone teachers and their exceptional work were recognized at the 16th Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony held recently in Edmundston.
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Nov 2, 2009 - Supply and Services
Construction underway on new school in Moncton
A sod-turning was held today to mark the official start of construction of a new K-8 school in Moncton. The school is expected to be complete for the second term of the 2010-11 academic year.
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Oct 16, 2009 - Supply and Services
Premier tours site of school construction in New Bandon
Construction is underway at Central New Brunswick Academy, a new school scheduled to open for the 2010-11 academic year. Premier Shawn Graham and Human Resources Minister Rick Brewer visited the site .....
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Oct 1, 2009 - Education
Bliss Carman Middle School officially opened
A ceremony was held on Wednesday, Sept. 30, to open officially Bliss Carman Middle School in Fredericton. Those taking part in the event included Premier Shawn Graham, Education Minister Roland Haché .....
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Sep 28, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province unveils designs for a new school in eastern Restigouche County
The provincial government unveiled today the building design for what will be one of New Brunswick's first schools taking advantage of an innovative technology initiative. Education Minister Roland .....
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Sep 24, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province reaches agreement for development of new schools in Rexton and Moncton
An agreement between the province and a private-sector proponent to design, build, operate and maintain new schools in Rexton and Moncton North has been finalized. Premier Shawn Graham made the announ .....
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Sep 23, 2009 - Transportation
86 new school buses in operation
There are 86 new, environmentally friendly school buses operating in the province. Transportation Minister Denis Landry, Education Minister Roland Haché, and Environment Minister Rick Miles made the a .....
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Sep 19, 2009 - Education
Launch of Kaboom.ca magazine
The launch of the Fédération des jeunes francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick youth magazine Kboom.ca took place Saturday, Sept. 19, at École Mathieu-Martin in Dieppe. The magazine will be distributed in .....
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Sep 17, 2009 - Education
160 young francophone leaders attend the provincial leadership symposium
About 160 young student council leaders from the 22 francophone high schools in the province attended the 18th provincial leadership symposium, which took place Sept. 17-20, at École Mathieu-Martin in .....
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Aug 14, 2009 - Education
Be prepared at school
Schools have received information packages to help them plan and prevent the spread of the H1N1 flu virus this fall. A student at Priestman Elementary Street School in Fredericton demonstrates the cor .....
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Jul 9, 2009 - Education
Services to school library, intervention programs to be reinstated
The provincial government will re-profile $2.9 million to school districts to reinstate services to school libraries and intervention programs across the province.
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Jun 15, 2009 - Office of the Premier
Government to followup on Commission on Francophone Schools report
The provincial government has initiated a process to followup on the report of the Commission on Francophone Schools. Premier Shawn Graham and Education Minister Kelly Lamrock made the announcement to .....
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Jun 3, 2009 - Education
Department of Education, UNESCO sign agreement to expand entrepreneurial community schools program
An innovative instructional approach encouraging students to become interested in entrepreneurism, already available in some francophone schools in New Brunswick, will be made available to the rest of .....
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May 28, 2009 - Education
Outdoor Living Playground in Fredericton
Students and teachers at Connaught Street School in Fredericton celebrated Phase 2 of the new Outdoor Living Playground, which received funding from the provincial government. The innovative playgroun .....
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Apr 22, 2009 - Education
Finalists / Dictée des Amériques / junior category
Five students from francophone high schools are receiving best wishes from Education Minister Kelly Lamrock as they leave to represent New Brunswick at the 16th finals of the Dictée des Amériques in Q .....
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Apr 16, 2009 - Public Safety
Provincial conference on crime reduction held in Fredericton
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock addressed the provincial conference on crime reduction Thursday on how to be responsive to at-risk and highly complex children and youth. The Reducing Crime: Bridging .....
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Apr 15, 2009 - Education
Foundation established to help young struggling readers
The public and private sectors have established a unique partnership to help readers still struggling at the end of Grade 2. The establishment of the Elementary Literacy Friends (ELF) Foundation was a .....
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Apr 8, 2009 - Education
Francophone community schools increase daily facilitated sports and health activities
The community schools movement is dedicating 150 more minutes to physical activity each week, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. Lamrock was attending the launch of the first structured .....
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Mar 23, 2009 - Education
Prizes awarded at closing ceremony of 20th annual Provincial French Pride Week
Prizes have been awarded to 20 people and schools for various contests organized in conjunction with the 20th annual Provincial French Pride Week. Wellness, Culture and Sport Minister Hédard Albert, w .....
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Mar 16, 2009 - Education
Launch of 20th annual French Pride Week
The official launch of the 20th annual Provincial French Pride Week took place this morning at École communautaire Terre des Jeunes in Paquetville. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock was joined for the .....
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Feb 6, 2009 - Education
Poster for 20th Provincial French Pride Week unveiled
The poster for the 20th annual Provincial French Pride Week was officially unveiled today at École secondaire Népisiguit in Bathurst. In September 2008, the Department of Education and various organi .....
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Jan 27, 2009 - Education
Family Literacy Day celebrated in New Brunswick
Children are celebrating Family Literacy Day today with Premier Shawn Graham and Education Minister Kelly Lamrock.
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Dec 19, 2008 - Education
Innovative teachers receive additional funding
The government is continuing to encourage and support innovation in the classroom, with another round of funding announced for innovative teachers across the province. A total of 81 projects worth $7 .....
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Dec 16, 2008 - Education
New Brunswick takes leadership role in First Nations education
New Brunswick has become the first province in Canada to take a new funding approach to First Nations education in an effort to close the achievement gap between First Nations and non-First Nations st .....
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Dec 11, 2008 - Education
New Brunswick teachers help develop curriculum on nuclear science technology
Six high-school science teachers in New Brunswick are on the leading edge for development of curriculum on nuclear science technology. Their work has resulted in the creation of a new website that wil .....
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Nov 5, 2008 - Education
Take Our Kids To Work day
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock met with students who came to the Department of Education for the day as part of Take Our Kids To Work day on Wednesday, Nov. 5. From left: Lamrock; and Lindsay Wood .....
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Nov 5, 2008 - Education
Four community schools named in District 2
Four schools in District 2 have been designated New Brunswick's newest community schools. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock made this announcement during a visit with students at Port Elgin Regional Sc .....
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Nov 1, 2008 - Education
Presentation of Teaching Excellence Awards, francophone sector
The 15th Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony was held at the Delta Beauséjour Hotel in Moncton. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock presented the awards to five teachers from francophone school districts .....
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Oct 31, 2008 - Education
Recruiting volunteer mentors part of community school outreach in District 10
Two elementary schools in District 10 have been designated New Brunswick's newest community schools, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced during a visit with students at Milltown Elementary Scho .....
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Oct 29, 2008 - Education
New writing centre part of $159,000 investment in District 8
A new writing centre at Harbour View High School is connecting gifted students with struggling writers in lower grades to create a supportive environment for young people to express themselves through .....
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Oct 28, 2008 - Education
Province invests $1,190,000 to support innovative projects in francophone schools
A total of 66 projects in francophone schools and school districts will be receiving grants from the Innovative Learning Fund (ILF). Education Minister Kelly Lamrock made the announcement today at the .....
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Oct 24, 2008 - Education
25,000 investment in arts and literacy for francophone schools
The province's first drama handbook, Le manuel de production théâtrale-Le théâtre à l'école, was unveiled by Education Minister Kelly Lamrock at Polyvalente Louis-Mailloux community school in Caraquet .....
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Oct 24, 2008 - Education
Education investments help students connect with science
Three special projects grants from the Department of Education's Innovative Learning Fund are bringing creative, hands-on learning to students at Superior Middle School in Bathurst.
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Oct 22, 2008 - Education
Sussex students learning empathy as part of community-school partnership program
Raising money and volunteering for charitable groups as part of Sussex Middle School's community outreach program are helping students at the school learn empathy.
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Oct 21, 2008 - Education
Province invests $75,000 in math, reading, science in District 17
Grade 4 students at Summerhill Street Elementary School, Oromocto, showed Education Minister Kelly Lamrock how they use the Internet and digital media to improve their reading and writing skills durin .....
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Oct 10, 2008 - Education
Province provides support for two new community schools in District 16
More than 200 children at Harkins Elementary in Miramichi are learning to love reading, thanks to a community-based literacy program that brings volunteer mentors into their school. The Department of .....
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Oct 10, 2008 - Education
Innovation supporting physical education, literacy (francophone sector)
The New Brunswick government has invested $180,000 in francophone schools throughout New Brunswick in innovative projects to improve students' learning in physical education, literacy and numeracy. Ed .....
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Oct 8, 2008 - Education
Five schools forge alliance with communities (francophone sector)
Five more francophone schools and their communities have made a commitment to work together to enable every child to succeed in school. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock made the announcement today at .....
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Oct 1, 2008 - Education
District 18 teachers awarded innovative learning funding
Twenty-seven teachers in School District 18 are receiving a total of $264,417 in funding from the Department of Education's Innovative Learning Fund (ILF) to support their innovative educational proje .....
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Sep 17, 2008 - Education
Lower Lincoln Elementary School designated a community school
The first partnership under the new designation of community school has been unveiled by Lower Lincoln Elementary School. The partnership between School District 17 and the Fredericton International .....
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Sep 10, 2008 - Education
Work of Commission on Francophone Schools begins
The commission examining French-language schools officially unveiled its program in Moncton on Wednesday, promising to build the best schools possible in co-operation with the Acadian and francophone .....
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Aug 5, 2008 - Education
Consultation results in improved French second-language programming
A new entry point to French immersion in Grade 3, an introduction to French language and culture for all students in kindergarten and early grades, and more options for French instruction in high scho .....
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Jun 3, 2008 - Education
Premier's Awards of Excellence in Education announced (anglophone sector)
The Premier's Awards of Excellence in Education were presented today to 15 people who have contributed to the education of New Brunswick youth in the anglophone sector. Education Minister Kelly Lamro .....
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Jun 2, 2008 - Supply and Services
Renovations underway at École Clement-Cormier
A $2.65-million facelift will be given to École Clement-Cormier in Bouctouche. Premier Shawn Graham announced today during a sod-turning ceremony that the contract to carry out interior and exterior r .....
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Jun 2, 2008 - Intergovernmental Affairs
Expansion of Centre scolaire-communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain officially opened
The expansion of the Centre scolaire-communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain was officially opened recently, with Premier Shawn Graham and Beauport-Limoilou MP Sylvie Boucher in attendance.
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May 13, 2008 - Education
High school skilled trades and technology programs to be improved (anglophone sector)
A three-year plan to restructure and improve the anglophone school system's Skilled Trades and Technology Education (STTE) program was unveiled today by Education Minister Kelly Lamrock.
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May 7, 2008 - Education
Increased emphasis on physical education, music and visual art (anglophone sector)
At least 111 elementary school teaching positions in the anglophone sector will be assigned to instruction in physical education and music when the 2008-09 school year begins. This is to ensure that t .....
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May 6, 2008 - Education
Teachers received $4.6 million for 395 Innovative Learning Fund projects
A total of 395 teacher-led innovative educational projects received more than $4.6 million in funding during the 2007-08 school year. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock said today that the funding was p .....
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May 5, 2008 - Education
New Fredericton middle school named in honour of poet Bliss Carman
The new $9.8-million middle school being built in Fredericton will be named for Bliss Carman, poet laureate of Canada, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. Bliss Carman Middle School is .....
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Apr 30, 2008 - Education
NB3 to improve results in literacy, mathematics and science (anglophone sector)
The launch of NB3, which will provide an increased emphasis on improving students' understanding and performance in literacy, mathematics and science, has been announced by Education Minister Kelly La .....
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Apr 29, 2008 - Education
Province takes action in literacy, numeracy and science for francophone students
Steps to improve school outcomes of francophone students in literacy, numeracy, and science were announced today by Education Minister Kelly Lamrock. Pictured: Lamrock with kindergarten students fro .....
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Apr 23, 2008 - Education
Province commits to reinvest $40 million to improve educational outcomes of First Nation students
An important milestone in the effort to improve the educational outcomes of First Nations students in New Brunswick was achieved recently through the signing of a memorandum of understanding between t .....
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Apr 15, 2008 - Education
Atlantic ministers of education and training to develop regional literacy action plan
A regional action plan to improve literacy skills in Atlantic Canada will be developed. The Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET) made the announcement April 15 at the conclu .....
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Apr 14, 2008 - Education
Canada's education ministers take the lead on literacy
The intergovernmental body of Canada's education ministers, the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), recently sponsored the Pan-Canadian Interactive Literacy Forum. Pictured, Education Mi .....
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Mar 18, 2008 - Education
Department of Education announces scope of partnership with Caisses populaires acadiennes
The scope of the partnership between New Brunswick's francophone schools and the Caisses populaires acadiennes to improve arts education and literacy was announced today. From left: Minister responsi .....
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Mar 17, 2008 - Education
Launch of 19th annual Provincial French Pride Week
The 19th annual Provincial French Pride Week was officially launched today by Premier Shawn Graham, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock and the minister for la Francophonie, Hédard Albert, who joined stu .....
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Mar 14, 2008 - Education
Improvements being made to French second-language programs and services (anglophone sector)
Improvements announced today by Education Minister Kelly Lamrock to French Second Language (FSL) programs will create a universally accessible system that will better serve all students, create equal .....
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Feb 27, 2008 - Education
Changes recommended to French second-language programs and services (anglophone sector)
Beginning French second-language programming at Grade 5 with Intensive French for all students within the anglophone school system is among 18 recommendations released today by the French Second Langu .....
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Feb 6, 2008 - Education
St. Stephen Elementary School celebrates renovations and additions
A celebration was held today to officially open the newly renovated St. Stephen Elementary School.
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Feb 4, 2008 - Education
Fredericton high school graduate wins literary award (anglophone sector)
An intriguing story written by 2007 Fredericton High School graduate Emily Bosse has won the 2007 William and Margaret Richards Memorial Literary Award. It is sponsored by award-winning Miramichi auth .....
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Dec 18, 2007 - Supply and Services
Architectural drawings unveiled for expansion and renovations at Bayside Middle School
Architectural drawings were unveiled today for a major expansion and renovation project at Bayside Middle School in School District 8 in Saint John.
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Dec 10, 2007 - Education
Designation of 13 community schools - anglophone sector
As part of the When kids come first education plan, an additional 13 anglophone sector schools have been designated community schools, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. He is pi .....
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Nov 23, 2007 - Education
Partnership between Department of Education (francophone sector) and L'Acadie nouvelle
L'Acadie nouvelle is available in all Francophone high schools in the province, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. The Department of Education, in partnership with L'Acadie nouvelle, wi .....
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Nov 22, 2007 - Education
Official opening of École des Bâtisseurs and Au P'tit Monde de Franco day-care centre
The new school at Centre communautaire Sainte-Anne, École des Bâtisseurs, and Au P'tit Monde de Franco day-care centre were officially opened today. From left: Hédard Albert, Minister responsible for .....
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Nov 14, 2007 - Education
Ten schools designated as community schools / Francophone sector
Ten francophone community schools have received designation under the When Kids Come First education plan, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. The minister (rear left) and Bernard .....
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Nov 7, 2007 - Office of the Premier
Students go to work at Centennial Building
Premier Shawn Graham met with a group of Grade 9 students today, Nov. 7, as part of Take Our Kids to Work day. The students are all children of employees who work in the Centennial Building in .....
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Oct 25, 2007 - Education
First round of Innovative Learning funding goes to 48 projects
Funding from the Innovative Learning Fund totalling $113,603 has been approved for 48 innovative educational projects, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today.
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Oct 18, 2007 - Supply and Services
Tender awarded for new middle school on Kimble Drive in Fredericton
A $9.8 million contract for construction of a new middle school on Kimble Drive in Fredericton has been awarded, Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIntyre announced today. Pictured: the architect's .....
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Sep 28, 2007 - Education
Department of Education, NB Business Council sign MOU
Bringing a community together to expand learning opportunities for students is the basis for a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed today between the Department of Education and the New Brunswick .....
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Sep 26, 2007 - Education
New Brunswick to chair Council of Ministers of Education, Canada
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock will serve as chair of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) for the next two years. Pictured: Minister Lamrock and Post-Secondary Education, Training a .....
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Sep 7, 2007 - Education
International Literacy Day
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock visited École Sainte-Bernadette in Moncton today to read to kindergarten students. The visit was part of activities to celebrate International Literacy Day , which .....
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Jul 23, 2007 - Education
Review of French second-language and programming services launched (anglophone sector)
A comprehensive review of French second-language programming and services within the anglophone school system will be undertaken, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. The review is one o .....
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Jul 23, 2007 - Education
Review of French second-language and programming services launched (anglophone sector)
A comprehensive review of French second-language programming and services within the anglophone school system will be undertaken, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. Jim Croll and Patric .....
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Jul 23, 2007 - Education
Review of French second-language and programming services launched (anglophone sector)
A comprehensive review of French second-language programming and services within the anglophone school system will be undertaken, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. Jim Croll and Patric .....
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Jul 17, 2007 - Education
School textbook on Acadian history launched
Elementary level francophone and anglophone French immersion schools have a new textbook for their social studies program, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today. Histoire des Acadiens et .....
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Jun 27, 2007 - Wellness, Culture and Sport
Canadian Diabetes Association to partner with government on pedometer pilot project
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock and Premier Shawn Graham, Minister of Wellness, Culture and Sport, show off their pedometers along with Michael Howlett, President and CEO of the Canadian Diabetes Ass .....
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Jun 26, 2007 - Education
École Sainte-Anne student awarded Lester B. Pearson Scholarship
Élise Kassis of Fredericton is the 2007 New Brunswick recipient of the Lester B. Pearson Scholarship, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today.
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Jun 18, 2007 - Education
Cambridge-Narrows School designated a community school
Through the Department of Education's community schools initiative, Cambridge-Narrows School has been designated a community school. From left: Eugene McGinley (MLA - Grand Lake-Gagetown); Anita Lawto .....
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Jun 11, 2007 - Education
100 notebook computers to assist francophone students with dyslexia
One hundred notebook computers will be provided to francophone students with learning disabilities by the Department of Education. Living up to the promise of inclusion and giving educators the tools .....
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Jun 8, 2007 - Education
Interactive technology research project launched at Park Street Elementary School
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock launched an interactive technology research project today at Park Street Elementary School in Fredericton. From left: Bill Morrison, assistant professor, special educa .....
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Jun 8, 2007 - Education
Innovative Learning Fund receives first contribution
A $1,000 contribution has been made to the Innovative Learning Fund by Pravin Varma, a professor in the physics department at Mount Allison University. The purpose of the Innovative Learning Fund is t .....
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Jun 7, 2007 - Education
Saint John schools receive funding to become community centres of learning
Funding support in the amount of $900,000 was announced today by Education Minister Kelly Lamrock to help six schools in Saint John transform into community centres of learning. During the 2007-2008 s .....
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Jun 5, 2007 - Education
New vision for public education in New Brunswick
A new plan for public education in New Brunswick was unveiled today by Premier Shawn Graham and Education Minister Kelly Lamrock. When Kids Come First is government's vision for building the be .....
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Jun 4, 2007 - Supply and Services
Land purchased for new Upper Miramichi School
A total of 28 acres of land has been purchased in New Bandon for the construction of a new school to serve the Boiestown and Doaktown area, Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIntyre announced today.
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Jun 1, 2007 - Social Development
$8 million trust fund to create new child care spaces in New Brunswick
Family and Community Services Minister Carmel Robichaud and Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today the implementation of the $8-million Early Learning and Child Care Trust Fund to double the .....
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May 31, 2007 - Education
Principal of Keswick Ridge School selected as outstanding educational leader, anglophone sector
Keswick Ridge School principal Barb Corbett has been named the Vince Sunderland Memorial Award recipient for outstanding educational leadership, anglophone sector, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock sai .....
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May 28, 2007 - Education
New $13.1 million Hartland Community School officially opened
The official opening was held today for the new $13.1 million Hartland Community School.
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May 28, 2007 - Education
Teachers honoured with Minister's Excellence in Teaching Awards (anglophone sector)
Nine anglophone-sector teachers have been chosen to receive the 2006-2007 Minister's Excellence in Teaching Award, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced during a ceremony in Fredericton. The awar .....
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May 16, 2007 - Office of the Premier
Walk to Liberia campaign
Students at Nashwaaksis Middle School in Fredericton recently launched the "Walk to Liberia", a fundraising and awareness campaign for the plight of the people of Liberia, West Africa. Front: students .....
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Apr 26, 2007 - Office of Human Resources
Collective agreement signed with CUPE 2745
Representatives from the provincial government and Local 2745 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees met today to sign a new collective agreement. From left: Education Minister Kelly Lamrock; Human .....
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Feb 19, 2007 - Education
New Brunswick Youth Orchestra receives funding
The New Brunswick Youth Orchestra (NBYO), made up of more than 70 musicians between the ages of 12 and 22, has received $60,000 from the Province of New Brunswick for cultural relationship-building wi .....
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Feb 9, 2007 - Office of the Premier
Premier congratulates leader in Chinese education
2007 marks the 10th anniversary of the international education partnership between New Brunswick and China. During a visit to the Legislature, Premier Shawn Graham congratulated Dr. Francis Pang, pres .....
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Feb 5, 2007 - Education
Confucius Institute to be established in New Brunswick
New Brunswick has been chosen to host a highly-regarded Confucius Institute, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock announced today.
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Jan 31, 2007 - Education
Havelock School celebrates official opening
A celebration was held today to officially open the new $3.6-million Havelock School in Havelock, N.B. As part of the ceremonies, the new gymnasium was named after Norman Delano, a former principal of .....
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Dec 4, 2006 - Education
Official opening of École Carrefour de l'Acadie
The new school in Dieppe, Carrefour de l'Acadie, was officially opened today. Premier Shawn Graham, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock, and other dignitaries attended. From left: Const. Damien Thériau .....
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Nov 28, 2006 - Education
New Brunswick receives national recognition for inclusive education system
New Brunswick’s inclusive education system has earned national recognition. Premier Shawn Graham today was presented with a certificate of achievement from the Canadian Association for Community Livi .....
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Nov 16, 2006 - Education
New $8.5-million Terry Fox Elementary School officially opened
The official opening for the new $8.5-million Terry Fox Elementary School in Bathurst was held on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock and Betty and Rolly Fox joined students, teacher .....
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Nov 7, 2006 - Supply and Services
Provincial Archives serves as educational resource for public schools
The Provincial Archives and the Department of Education have joined forces to share New Brunswick history with teachers and students online in the classroom. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock; Grade 4 .....
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Nov 6, 2006 - Education
Presentation of Teaching Excellence Awards / Francophone sector
Five francophone New Brunswick teachers were honoured at the thirteenth Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony held Nov. 4 in Fredericton.
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Nov 1, 2006 - Education
Take Our Kids to Work Day
Thousands of Grade 9 students in New Brunswick accompanied a parent to work today for Take Our Kids to Work Day. Some Grade 9 students and employees of the Department of Education paid a visit to Mini .....
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Nov 1, 2006 - Office of the Premier
Take Our Kids to Work Day
Thousands of Grade 9 students in New Brunswick will accompany a parent to work today for Take Our Kids to Work Day. Pictured, Premier Shawn Graham, pilot Glyn Morgan and student Katelyn Armstrong.
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Oct 31, 2006 - Education
Education Minister tours District 3 schools
As part of his provincial tour of the school districts, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock visited two schools in District 3, École régionale de Saint-André and the Centre d’apprentissage du Haut-Madawa .....
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Oct 24, 2006 - Education
Education minister visits Leo Hayes High School
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock recently visited Leo Hayes High School as part of his tour of New Brunswick school’s and districts to discuss the province’s education system with students, parents, t .....
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Oct 24, 2006 - Education
Education minister visits renovated FHS library
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock recently toured the Fredericton High School library, which underwent $350,000 in renovations.
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Oct 23, 2006 - Education
National School Library Day
On Monday, Oct. 23, students and school library staff throughout New Brunswick celebrated National Library Day. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock took the opportunity to visit South Devon Elementary Sc .....
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Oct 18, 2006 - Education
Education minister registers his daughter for kindergarten
Education Minister Kelly Lamrock was at Alexander Gibson Memorial School in Fredericton recently to register his daughter Kayleigh, who will be entering kindergarten in September 2007.
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Oct 13, 2006 - Education
School Sports Week, Oct. 14-21.
Premier Shawn Graham and Education Minister Kelly Lamrock were the honorary starters today at the 2006 New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association cross country championships as part of School .....
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Oct 3, 2006 - Education
New Minister
Kelly Lamrock takes the Oath of Office as Minister of Education, Minister responsible for the New Brunswick Advisory Council on Youth, and Minister responsible for the New Brunswick Provincial Capital .....
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Aug 16, 2006 - Education
$1.1 million for capital projects in School District 8
The province is investing $1.1 million for major and capital-improvement projects in School District 8 for the fiscal year 2006-07.
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Aug 11, 2006 - Education
Expansion work begins on the Centre scolaire-communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain
The start of expansion work on the Centre scolaire-communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain was highlighted today during a ceremony attended by dignitaries and representatives from the federal and provincial .....
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Aug 11, 2006 - Education
More than 600 students participate in Education Plus summer camps (francophone sector)
Summer camps organized with financial support from the Department of Education have become popular with francophone students in New Brunswick. Education Minister Claude Williams today visited the camp .....
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Aug 9, 2006 - Education
$1.9 million for capital projects in School District 5
Education Minister Claude Williams visited École Académie-Notre Dame in Dalhousie today to view the new gymnasium that is in the final stages of construction. From left: Mario Pelletier, Chaiman of th .....
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Aug 4, 2006 - Education
$4 million for capital projects in School District 16
The province is investing $4 million for major and capital-improvement projects in School District 16 for the fiscal year 2006-07. Front row, from left: Education Minister Claude Williams; Local Gover .....
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Aug 3, 2006 - Education
$5.1 million for capital projects in School District 18
The province is investing $5.1 million for capital-improvement projects in School District 18 for the fiscal year 2006-07. From left: Alton Morehouse, construction technologist, Supply and Services; A .....
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Aug 2, 2006 - Education
$889,000 for capital projects in School District 17
The province is investing $889,000 for capital-improvement projects in School District 17 for the fiscal year 2006-07. From left: Post-Secondary Education and Training Minister Jody Carr; Joan Corey, .....
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Aug 2, 2006 - Education
$1.9 million for capital projects in School District 11
Major and capital improvement projects are being undertaken in School District 11, thanks to a provincial investment of $1.9 million. From left: Education Minister Claude Williams; Bernice Ryan, École .....
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Aug 1, 2006 - Education
$696,000 investment for capital projects in School District 9
Major and capital-improvement projects are being undertaken in School District 9, thanks to a provincial investment of $696,000. From left: Tracadie -Sheila MLA Elvy Robichaud; André Friolet , directo .....
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Jul 31, 2006 - Education
$795,000 for capital projects in School District 3
Major and capital improvement projects are being undertaken in School District 3, thanks to a provincial investment of $795,000. From left: Minister of Wellness, Culture and Sport Percy Mockler; Louis .....
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Jul 13, 2006 - Supply and Services
Carleton North Senior High School receives $227,775 for gym renovations
A contract for $227,775 for renovations to the Carleton North Senior High School gymnasium in Bristol has been awarded. Premier Bernard Lord, Education Minister Claude Williams, and Human Resources Mi .....
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Jun 22, 2006 - Education
2,900 students to have notebook computer in fall 2006
About 2,900 grades 7, 8 and 9 students at 27 New Brunswick schools will have a notebook computer in the fall of 2006, Premier Bernard Lord announced today. Lord made the announcement during visits to .....
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Jun 12, 2006 - Education
Changes to be made to École Clément-Cormier
An investment of $1.2 million will be allocated to Polyvalente Clément-Cormier in Bouctouche this year to renovate one wing of the school. The announcement was made by Premier Bernard Lord at a ceremo .....
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Jun 6, 2006 - Education
Riverview High School vice-principal named outstanding educational leader, anglophone sector
Riverview High School vice-principal Vince Sunderland has been selected as the first recipient of the Outstanding Educational Leadership Award, anglophone sector, Education Minister Claude Williams sa .....
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May 29, 2006 - Education
Province invests $75,000 to upgrade gymnasium at Sunny Brae middle school
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $75,000 toward the upgrade of the gymnasium at Sunny Brae middle school. Premier Bernard Lord announced the funding during a ceremony on May 25 to celebrate .....
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May 29, 2006 - Education
First recipients of Minister’s Excellence in Teaching Award honoured
The first Minister’s Excellence in Teaching Awards were presented on Saturday, May 27, by Education Minister Claude Williams. The purpose of the award is to recognize anglophone-sector teachers for t .....
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May 24, 2006 - Intergovernmental Affairs
Governments of New Brunswick and Canada support French-language education and second-language instruction
The governments of New Brunswick and Canada today announced the signing of three bilateral agreements to support French-language education and second-language instruction. Premier Bernard Lord, who is .....
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May 23, 2006 - Education
New Bathurst elementary school named in honour of Canadian hero
The new $8.5-million elementary school being built in Bathurst will be the first in Atlantic Canada to be named for Canadian hero, Terry Fox. Education Minister Claude Williams made the announcement .....
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May 17, 2006 - Education
Education minister visits Welcome to Kindergarten program
Education Minister Claude Williams recently visited with preschool children and their parents who are participating in the Welcome to Kindergarten Nashwaaksis Memorial School in Fredericton. From lef .....
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May 16, 2006 - Education
Notebook computers delivered to teachers
The first notebook computers for New Brunswick teachers were delivered today to teachers at École Saint-Jacques in Edmundston.
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May 12, 2006 - Education
Education minister visits Harvey High School
Education Minister Claude Williams recently visited a Grade 12 political science class at Harvey High School to talk about New Brunswick, government, education, and what it’s like to be education mini .....
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May 8, 2006 - Education
Premier happy with Dedicated Notebook Computer Research Project
Premier Bernard Lord is happy with preliminary data on the Dedicated Notebook Computer Research Project. He made the comment during a visit to École Abbey-Landry in Memramcook, one of the schools inv .....
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May 2, 2006 - Education
Tenth Forum on Education held in Fredericton
Education Minister Claude Williams and the chairs of the francophone District Education Councils (DECs) met during the tenth Forum on Education held recently in Fredericton.
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Apr 24, 2006 - Education
New school to be called École Carrefour de l'Acadie
The new $5-million school being constructed in Dieppe will be called École Carrefour de l'Acadie. The announcement was made today by Premier Bernard Lord at a ceremony to mark the beginning of the wor .....
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Mar 20, 2006 - Education
Launch of 17th annual Provincial French Pride Week
The 17th annual Provincial French Pride Week was launched recently at École Notre-Dame in Edmundston, where Education Minister Claude Williams and various guests joined students and staff for a colour .....
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Mar 15, 2006 - Education
Report on inclusive education in New Brunswick released
A report on inclusive education in New Brunswick was released today by Education Minister Claude Williams. The document contains 95 recommendations to ensure quality education for all New Brunswick st .....
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Feb 24, 2006 - Education
Premier Lord attends education summit
Premier Bernard Lord attended the Council of the Federation forum Competing for Tomorrow: A Post-secondary Education and Skills Summit with New Brunswick stakeholders earlier this week.
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Feb 22, 2006 - Supply and Services
$3.6-million contract awarded for construction of new Havelock school
A $3.6-million contract for the construction of a new elementary school in Havelock has been awarded to Simpson Building Contractors Ltd. of Fredericton.
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Feb 10, 2006 - Education
Minister's Excellence in Teaching Award launched
A new award has been established to recognize anglophone-sector New Brunswick teachers for their invaluable contributions to the education of New Brunswick youth. Education Minister Madeleine Dubé ann .....
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Feb 7, 2006 - Education
New Brunswick high school courses to be taught to students in India
Students attending a school in India will have the opportunity to obtain a New Brunswick high school diploma thanks to a five-year agreement signed between Kingston Education Group and Atlantic Educat .....
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Jan 13, 2006 - Education
Public libraries now have new automated library system
The New Brunswick Public Library Service has completed the installation of a new library automation system that will greatly enhance library service and better serve library patrons.
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Dec 13, 2005 - Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
Minister unveils lifelong learning policy statement
Training and Employment Development Minister Margaret-Ann Blaney today unveiled the government's policy statement on adult and lifelong learning, Lifelong Learning: Quality Adult Learning Opportunitie .....
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Nov 18, 2005 - Education
Ceremony marks completion of renovations at École Notre-Dame in Edmundston
Premier Bernard Lord and Education Minister Madeleine Dubé joined students and teachers at École Notre-Dame in Edmundston for a ceremony marking completion of school renovations.
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Nov 15, 2005 - Education
Almost 500 N.B. students are learning with laptops
Education Minister Madeleine Dubé visited students today at École Le Tremplin, in Tracadie-Sheila, who are participating in the Dedicated Notebook Computer Research Project. From left: District 9 Sup .....
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Nov 9, 2005 - Education
New Brunswick renews education agreement with China
The Department of Education will continue to deliver educational support and services to China, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé announced today.
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Nov 8, 2005 - Education
Province investing $4.9 million in capital projects in School District 2
School District 2 has received $4.9 million for major and capital improvement projects for the fiscal year 2005-2006, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé said today.
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Nov 8, 2005 - Education
Province investing $1.1 million in capital projects in School District 6
School District 6 has received $1.1 million for major and capital improvement projects for the fiscal year 2005-2006, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé said today.
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Nov 8, 2005 - Health
Minister Robichaud receives Prix Jean-Robert-Gauthier
Health and Wellness Minister Elvy Robichaud recently received the Prix Jean-Robert-Gauthier, presented by the Fédération nationale des conseils scolaires francophones (FNCSF), a national association o .....
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Nov 5, 2005 - Education
Presentation of Teaching Excellence Awards, francophone sector
The Department of Education honoured five teachers at the 12th Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony held Saturday, Nov. 5 in Fredericton.
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Nov 2, 2005 - Education
Take Our Kids to Work day - Wednesday, Nov. 2
Grade 9 students in New Brunswick are accompanying a parent or friend to work today for Take Our Kids to Work day, which is being held across Canada. Grade 9 students from École Sainte-Anne in Frederi .....
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Nov 2, 2005 - Education
Province investing $1.4 million in capital projects in School District 16
School District 16 has received $1.4 million for major and capital improvement projects for the fiscal year 2005-2006, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé said today.
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Nov 1, 2005 - Education
Province investing $1.1 million in capital projects in School District 11
School District 11 has received $1.1 million for capital improvement projects in the 2005-2006 fiscal year, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé announced today.
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Oct 25, 2005 - Education
New policy for healthier eating in schools
A new comprehensive nutrition-related policy has been adopted to provide students with healthy food and beverage choices in school, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé announced today.
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Oct 25, 2005 - Education
Province investing close to $1 million in capital projects in School District 10
School District 10 has received about $1 million for major and capital improvement projects for the fiscal year 2005-2006, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé said today.
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Oct 24, 2005 - Education
Literacy program - Lire, découvrir et grandir
From left: Intergovernmental and International Relations Minister Percy Mockler, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé, and Camille Thériault, CEO of the Mouvement des caisses populaires acadiennes, visi .....
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Oct 21, 2005 - Education
Contribution of $12 M for Excellence campaign at Université de Moncton
The provincial government will contribute $12 million to the Excellence campaign at the Université de Moncton, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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Oct 20, 2005 - Education
Province investing $5.3 million in capital projects in School District 14
School District 14 has received $5.3 million for major and capital improvement projects for the fiscal year 2005-2006. Education Minister Madeleine Dubé visited Central Carleton Elementary School in H .....
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Oct 18, 2005 - Education
Province investing $3.8 million in capital projects in School District 15
School District 15 has received $3.8 million for major and capital improvement projects for the fiscal year 2005-2006.
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Oct 14, 2005 - Education
Official opening of Carrefour de la Jeunesse in Edmundston
The new $7.1 million school in Edmundston, Carrefour de la Jeunesse, was officially opened today.
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Oct 11, 2005 - Education
Harrison Trimble High School gymnasium officially opens
A new $5.1 million gymnasium for Harrison Trimble High School was officially opened recently.
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Sep 30, 2005 - Education
Official Opening for Moncton Schools
An inauguration ceremony was held for the new $24.2-million schools in Moncton, Le Mascaret and L'Odyssée.
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Sep 28, 2005 - Education
Grade 2 students' reading and writing skills improving
New Brunswick's Grade 2 anglophone students performed better than last year on the 2005 Literacy Assessment, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé announced today.
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Sep 23, 2005 - Education
New Brunswick pioneer in online education honoured
Education Minister Madeleine Dubé today recognized the contribution of Jacques Cool, a Department of Education employee, to the development of online education in New Brunswick and Canada.
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Sep 20, 2005 - Supply and Services
Keswick Ridge School celebrates $208,100 in building renovations
From left to right: District 18 Supt. Alex Dingwall, Mactaquac MLA Kirk MacDonald, Premier Bernard Lord, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé and principal Barbara Corbett were joined by children at Kesw .....
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Sep 6, 2005 - Education
Education minister Madeleine Dubé welcomes students on back to school day
Education Minister Madeleine Dubé, School District 3 Supt. Bertrand Beaulieu and school principal Louise Morin welcomed students to the new Edmundston school, Carrefour de la Jeunesse, on Tuesday morn .....
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Aug 4, 2005 - Education
Professional development for teachers
This week in Fredericton, about 500 primary teachers (K-2) are attending sessions to enhance their skills in the teaching of reading, writing and oral language development. One of the key initiatives .....
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Jul 25, 2005 - Education
Province invests in new modernized research facility at UNB Saint John
The Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI) received good news today in support of its plans for the construction of new research facilities. Formally established in 2000 by the University of New Brunswick (U .....
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Jul 5, 2005 - Education
Michael Hempel of Sackville receives Lester B. Pearson Scholarship
Michael Hempel of Sackville is the New Brunswick recipient of the Lester B. Pearson Scholarship, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé announced today.
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Jun 14, 2005 - Education
Government provides $1.1 million for high school sports field complex
A $1.1 million investment is being made by the Government of New Brunswick toward a new sports field complex in Saint John, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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Jun 9, 2005 - Education
Province makes $20 million investment to University of New Brunswick
The provincial government is investing $20 million toward the University of New Brunswick's Forging Our Futures campaign, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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Jun 3, 2005 - Office of the Premier
St. Thomas University receives $3.3 million in infrastructure funding
St. Thomas University will receive $3.3 million in funding for infrastructure to support the construction of a new academic building, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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May 18, 2005 - Supply and Services
Artist's rendering unveiled for new Hartland Community School
The Government of New Brunswick unveiled today the artist's rendering for the new $12-million Hartland Community School.
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May 2, 2005 - Education
Update on contract negotiations
Office of Human Resources Minister Rose-May Poirier provides an update to media on the status of negotiations with the New Brunswick Teachers' Federation on Monday, May 2 in Fredericton.
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Apr 28, 2005 - Education
Loan process made simpler for New Brunswick post-secondary students
Effective May 1, 2005, New Brunswick post-secondary students applying for student financial assistance will now have one loan and one repayment.
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Apr 5, 2005 - Education
Abstinence message strengthened in health education curriculum for anglophone sector
Education Minister Madeleine Dubé today reaffirmed her commitment to providing a comprehensive sexual health education program while strengthening the message of abstinence.
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Apr 4, 2005 - Education
Dutch educators visit New Brunswick (Anglophone sector)
Six educators from the Netherlands recently visited the Department of Education to participate in a workshop on borderless learning.
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Mar 23, 2005 - Education
2005 Student Entrepreneurship Prize winners
The 2005 Student Entrepreneurship Prize winners were announced at a ceremony on March 23 in Fredericton.
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Mar 22, 2005 - Education
Provincial French Pride Week
As part of Provincial French Pride Week, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé visited students who are participating in the Dedicated Notebook Computer Research Project at Centre d’apprentissage du Haut .....
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Feb 22, 2005 - Justice and Consumer Affairs
New program puts students in judge's role
New Brunswick high school students can learn about Canada's legal and judicial system through an innovative new program entitled You Be the Judge.
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Feb 19, 2005 - Education
Fundraising event for Fondation Saint-Louis-Maillet
A roast for the Fondation Saint-Louis-Maillet took place on Saturday, Feb. 19 in Edmundston. This year, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé was roasted, and Premier Bernard Lord was one of several roas .....
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Jan 28, 2005 - Education
STUDENTS LOG ON TO NOTEBOOK RESEARCH PROJECT
Education Minister Madeleine Dubé recently visited students at École Abbey-Landry in Memramcook. The students are participating in the Dedicated Notebook Computer Research Project, an initiative of th .....
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Nov 3, 2004 - Education
TAKE OUR KIDS TO WORK DAY
During Take Our Kids to Work day, Grade 9 students and employees of the Department of Education paid a visit to Minister Madeleine Dubé.
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Sep 30, 2004 - Education
NOTEBOOK COMPUTER PROJECT
A new partnership will result in 600 new notebook computers and related services as part of the government’s Quality Learning Agenda.
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Feb 13, 2004 - Education
Campaign to raise awareness of the importance of education (04/02/13)
Education Minister Madeleine Dubé today unveiled an awareness campaign to promote the importance of learning and especially the role of parents.
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Feb 10, 2004 - Education
TEACHER/STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK
As part of the Teacher / Staff Appreciation Week, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé and the president of the Association des enseignantes et enseignants francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick, Gilberte Mic .....
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Feb 10, 2004 - Education
TEACHER/STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK
As part of the Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé and the president of the Association des enseignantes et enseignants francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick Gilberte Michau .....
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Jan 27, 2004 - Education
QUALITY LEARNING AGENDA
Education Minister Madeleine Dubé, centre, presents copies of the Quality Learning Agenda for the public school system, Quality Schools; High Results, to teachers Angèle Doucet-Léger, left, of École S .....
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Nov 6, 2003 - Education
TAKE OUR KIDS TO WORK DAY
Grade 9 students from the Fredericton area met with Education Minister Madeleine Dubé as part of Take Our Kids to Work Day, held Nov. 5.
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Oct 8, 2003 - Education
INTERNATIONAL WALK TO SCHOOL DAY
Education Minister Madeleine Dubé and Intergovernmental and International Relations Minister Percy Mockler, Minister responsible for the Culture and Sport Secretariat, today joined today the students .....
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