New term brings new staff to KCS

In addition to three new teachers, there are three new educational assistants working at the school

New term brings new staff to KCSKenneth Brown of The Clarion A new year is well underway at Kindersley Composite School (KCS) and the high school has started the year with several new staff members including three teachers. In addition to the three new teachers, there are three new educational assistants working at KCS. The school also welcomed two new educational…

Eaton School welcomes several new staff members

The newcomers all have a mentor to lean on at the start of the school year

Eaton School welcomes several new staff members  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion A total of five new staff members have started the year at Eaton School in Eatonia, and the school’s principal says everyone has started out on a good note. “We’re off to a really good start this year,” said Lisa King, the principal, adding that the school’s returning staff…

Local player represents Canada in international series

‘It has been an honour and a privilege every time I pull on the Team Canada jersey’

Local player represents Canada in international series  Kevin McBain of The Clarion There is something very special about representing your country, pulling the jersey with the Maple Leaf on it, and trying your best to win for your team and your country. Braden Close, 22, experienced this feeling for the second time as a member of Team Canada’s national development ‘para…

Kindersley duo reflect on university hockey careers

Kennedy Harris and Kori Herner recently packed up their hockey gear after competing at the national U Sports Hockey championship

Kindersley duo reflect on university hockey careersKevin McBain of The Clarion It’s the end of the university hockey road for the two Kindersley hockey players. Kennedy Harris and Kori Herner recently packed up their hockey gear after competing at the national U Sports Hockey championship held March 15-18 in London, Ont. The players grew up together, played softball and hockey together…

Reclaim brownfield sites by putting science funding to practical use

The payoffs from investing more in applied research collaboration among different kinds of institutions are practical and long-lasting

Reclaim brownfield sites by putting science funding to practical useThere are tens of thousands of brownfield sites scattered across Canada – many of them in urban locations. Enter collaborations with applied research. And a Canadian-made solution. Outstanding discovery research occurs at universities across the country. However, far too often this research fails to arrive at the commercial marketplace. Consecutive federal governments have attempted to tackle…