Couverture médiatique

  • lun, 24 août 2015

    Newfoundlander to be Recognized with Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award

    A Newfoundlander will be nationally recognized this fall for his exceptional volunteer work. Tyler Colbourne, who now lives in Halifax, will receive the Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award. The ceremony takes place in Quebec City October 6th.

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    Source : vocm.com

  • Local youths travel to Colombia

    Two youth from Nipissing First Nation are part of a delegation that will travel to Colombia for a four month internship.

    Nipissing First Nation will welcome and host ten Aboriginal youth this weekend as they prepare for this experience.

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    Source : nugget.ca

  • Nipissing First Nation youth off to Columbia

    Nipissing First Nation (NFN) will welcome and host 10 Aboriginal youth this weekend as they prepare for a four month internship experience in Colombia.

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    Source : BAYTODAY.ca

  • lun, 17 août 2015

    Rita S. Karakas on BTMontreal

    Watch Rita S. Karakas, President and CEO of Canada World Youth, discuss youth civic engagement on the television morning show BTMontreal.

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    Source : BTMontreal

  • mer, 3 juin 2015

    Valedictorians say bye to Pen High

    Looking past high school, Warkentin has secured a scholarship at Quest University in Squamish, and Hirschfeld is looking into a volunteer placement through Canada World Youth — and he’s hoping to serve in Peru as a humanitarian and teacher.

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    Source : Penticton Western News

  • dim, 24 mai 2015

    Premier Notley names new cabinet

    Edmonton-Beverly-Clarview MLA, Deron Bilious will take on the portfolios of Municipal Affairs and Service Alberta.

    First elected for the riding in 2012, Bilious has a teaching career behind him as well as work with Canada World Youth.

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    Source : CTV news

  • ven, 22 mai 2015

    Inlet Trail Phase 2 opening

    Hikers and trail builders will be cutting the ribbon on the second phase of the Alberni Inlet trail on Sunday.

    They received help from groups like Katimavik and Canada World Youth, after which some structures along the way are named. “Rick and Libby Avis deserve the credit for the vision of making a trail all the way down the Inlet from Port Alberni to Headquarters,” Carlson said.

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    Source : Alberni Valley Times

  • jeu, 21 mai 2015

    Le PM annonce que Lois Mitchell sera lieutenante-gouverneure de l’Alberta

    Le Premier ministre Stephen Harper a aujourd’hui annoncé la nomination de Lois Mitchell au poste de lieutenante-gouverneure de l’Alberta. -

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    Source : Site web du premier ministre du Canada

  • mar, 19 mai 2015

    Local Mount Allison announces new VP, international and student affairs

    Kim Meade is Mount Allison University’s next vice-president, international and student affairs. Meade will be joining Mount Allison from Brock University, and will assume her new post on Aug. 1.

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    Source : Cumberland News Now

  • An Alberta doctor’s harrowing front-line view of a growing crisis

    For Canadian doctor Simon Bryant, the reality of the Mediterranean migrant crisis hit him during his first rescue in early May.

    The search-and-rescue boat operated by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and the European charity Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) found a 12-metre fishing boat that had pushed off from the Libyan coast with 369 people aboard. Drifting at sea, they were growing desperate.

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    Source : The Globe and Mail