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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

Today marks the start of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence. This international campaign begins every year on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and concludes on December 10, Human Rights Day. The 16 Days of Activism has taken place every year since 1991, and this year’s theme is “Unite! Activism to Violence Against Women and Girls!”. This campaign advocates for systemic change to reduce violence. For more information, check out the following resources by clicking on the headline.

Remembrance Day 2022

Last week as a school community we held an assembly to honour the soldiers that fought to protect this country and our freedom. Each class showed their respect and appreciation in different ways, showcased beautifully in the hallways of our school.

Ms. Sollid's Class

Ms. Sollid's class went on a walking field trip to the Brackendale dike with topographic maps and art supplies. What a beautiful day to explore our backyard!

Mamquam Kid's Gift Shop - Friday Dec 9th

The Mamquam Kid's Gift Shop is back!
Students will once again be provided the opportunity to shop a huge selection of gently used donated items for their families this holiday season. Collection boxes will be set up in classrooms on Nov 23rd. Please bring gently used items that you would enjoy receiving as a gift. No broken, ripped or stained items please!

Remembrance Day 2022

On November 11, Canadians pause in a moment of remembrance to honour the courage and sacrifice of all veterans who have served our country. Today, schools across our district will host ceremonies to commemorate Remembrance Day.

November 8th is Indigenous Veterans Day

November 8th is Indigenous Veterans Day. It is a time to remember and commemorate the stories and contributions of Indigenous veterans in wars and conflicts past and present. It also serves as a reminder of the struggles and inequality they faced upon returning home to Canada. To learn more, please check out some resources by clicking on the headline of this news story.
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