Find Funding Options for Activities with Your Students Association

BY HIEN NGUYEN Along with scholarships, grants and awards have always been a kind of motivation for students in every stage of their learning journey. After a long time working hard to prove yourself,  receiving an award or getting a grant can help acknowledge your hard efforts. How can you get one? The answer is… Read More Find Funding Options for Activities with Your Students Association

NaNoWriMo a Thrilling Opportunity for Budding Novelists

BY KIRANDEEP SINGH Interested in writing a book but lack the time to properly commit? National Novel Writing Month (also known as NaNoWriMo) provides writers the motivation to write and finish a book within a month. NaNoWriMo takes place in the month of November and helps writers stay on track at no cost. The organization… Read More NaNoWriMo a Thrilling Opportunity for Budding Novelists

Indigenous Health and the Racist Healthcare System

BY ISABELLA BOURQUE On Oct. 22, the Workshops in Building Capacity for Reconciliation held the second workshop of the school year. The night was focused on Indigenous Healthcare and the secretive (and maybe not so secretive) ways in which healthcare institutions around the country have been degrading and exploiting Indigenous peoples for decades (and still… Read More Indigenous Health and the Racist Healthcare System

Movember

BY KIRANDEEP SINGH Around this time of year, you will see a trend where people let their facial hair grow. Why? It is Movember; the growing of facial hair—specifically the moustache—to bring to awareness men’s health matters, such as testicular cancer, prostate cancer, men’s mental health, and suicide prevention. A person who grows a moustache… Read More Movember

Camrose Open Door Offers Support for Camrose and Region Youth

BY ALIZA GRAHAM The Camrose Open Door is a regional non-profit organization that is funded in various ways including government contracts, government grants, private grants, donations and fundraising. Youth from throughout the central region of Alberta, who are between the ages of 11 and 24, can come to the Open Door in times of need… Read More Camrose Open Door Offers Support for Camrose and Region Youth