Educators

23 women were selected to establish a new "Bold Vision" for Canada for the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference. One of them, Catherine Potvin, is A\J's next guest editor.
A\J Editorial Board member and long-time contributor, food security expert, storyteller and friend to many across so many communities
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"For someone who practically grew up in the forest, I realized I held an old fashioned, plaid-wearing, axe-swinging picture of forestry in Canada. Who knew it was still an option?"
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#ForestFridays is an initiative with PLT Canada to highlight Indigenous relationships to the forest and conservation sector in Canada.
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Forest schools and outdoor learning could be the key to rebuilding our education systems in a post-Covid-19 world.
Delivering civic environmental education from the heart of Kitchener!
The idea is simple but impactful: a moccasin stencilled on the ground to recognize and honour the traditional territory of Indigenous peoples.
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