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Collège Churchill alumni and host of CBC's Power and Politcs Rosmary Barton speaks about her French Immersion experience.
Read the full article here.
Félicitations to Collège Churchill`s World Champion Dancer! Our talented grade ten student has just won three gold medals and one bronze medal at the World Dance Championships in Poland. "We were surprised because we knew we would do well but did not expect to win gold. I feel accomplished because there were so many talented dancers from all around the world."
Discipline: Modern, Jazz Dance, Large productions, Ballet
Tasha Spillett, educator
Spillet was nominated by Janell Melenchuk. She is Cree and Trinidadian, and an educator and active member in the indigenous community.
In her work as an educator, Tasha makes every effort to infuse her cultural knowledge into her teaching philosophy and practice to support the positive cultural identities of indigenous students and to strengthen relationships between all communities.
Tasha is the chair of the Miss Manito Ahbee Youth Ambassador gathering in honour of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls, and is actively involved in other initiatives to ensure that indigenous women and girls are safe in our communities.
Tasha is currently pursuing her master's in land-based indigenous education through the University of Saskatchewan.
Read her recent Opinion story published on CBC.ca
Collège Churhcill graduate Hadley Burns has been hired by Path of the Paddle to spend 10 weeks canoeing from Thunder Bay, Ont., to Jessica Lake in the Whiteshell
Free Press Article
Visit to the Legislative Building Craig Street Cats is an organization devoted to the feral cats Winnipeg. They must replace the ventilation system in their new building and these 4 students contributed towards the cause with a pizza and bake sale.
This is our second year participating in the Santa for a Senior project. Students followed a process to select a random person and offer a gift for a senior in our community. This has been a very successful and generous new tradition for Collège Churchill.
Journey to Churchill Mb 2014
more pics here
Terry Fox Walk 2014
Check out the link below about the students participating in the Student Leadership Program at St. Boniface Research Centre:
You don`t need arms to be strong
Strength comes in different shapes and sizes
No words can possibly describe how strong the women, the victims are
Our students with Ace Burpee as he launches the new Cool 2 b Kind program.
Our students performing with the WSO
The 2013 National Ambassador Youth Forum (NAYF) in Vancouver was unbelievably incredible. Meeting 29 other ambassadors and 7 animators from all over Canada (from the West to the East and even up North) was a fantastic experience. Our passion for promoting bilingualism and the French language all connected us together. I've learned and gained so much from this short 6 days. It has changed my life; my love and passion for French has grown even stronger. From kayaking, to the workshops, to the parliamentary simulation, to an amazing surprise activity, and even just interacting with everyone from all over, it was a lot of fun (I could talk about my experience for hours, and believe me, I have). These 6 days, even though short (but each day definitely filled to the max), are 6 unforgettable days in my life. I would definitely recommend everyone to apply to the Forum. And of course, the Forum wouldn't have been what it was if not for the animators who led and organized the Forum to the other ambassadors for contributed to the whole experience to French for the Future for having made the Forum possible. So I would like to thank them for all the things that they did for the Forum.
For more information about the Nation Ambassador Youth Forum and French for the Future:
Videos of all the activities of the 6 days at the Forum:
More photos of the Forum:
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Grade 10 student Raquel S
. participated in a one week forum in Ottawa. See the article in Our Schools