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An unforgettable night, honouring 40 outstanding Canadian principals

The Learning Partnership honoured 40 outstanding Canadian principals last night at an unforgettable gala event. Honourees from every province and territory were recognized for their professional achievements in the field of public education.

These educational leaders received their awards at the 13th annual Canada’s Outstanding Principals awards gala, held at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, in front of families and friends of the honourees, and senior leaders in education, government and business.

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The Learning Partnership is incredibly excited to announce the launch of our newest project, Save the Camp! - a game-based learning app designed to teach financial literacy to students in grades 7-10.
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With this brand new series of 360° virtual reality video tours, students and teachers can take an immersive tour of some of the most fascinating workplaces across the country. The video series is designed to give students a taste of unique and varied work environments as they contemplate future career paths.
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Education leaders, including directors, principals and school administrators, from six First Nation communities in Manitoba and Ontario gathered at the Canad Inns Destination Centre in Winnipeg on January 27 and 28, for Circle of Support: First Nations Engaging Families in Early Learning.
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