MD of Opportunity donates $3000 to Career Pathways…Posted on: Mar 15 2019
Thank you to the Municipal District (MD) of Opportunity for continuing to support Northland schools. The MD recently donated $3000 to Career Pathways School for a land-based learning event. Photo left…
Career Pathways School participate in 7th Missing…Posted on: Oct 19 2018
Career Pathways School in collaboration with the Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17 (MD #17) and Bigstone Cree Nation members walked in unison during the 7th Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples…
Is Spring Finally Here!Posted on: May 2 2018
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In Like a Lion ... Out Like a LambPosted on: Mar 2 2018
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Motivational speaker inspires a communityPosted on: Jan 17 2018
An internationally recognized motivational speaker inspired students parents, Elders and community members at Mistassiniy School, Oski Pasikoniwew Kamik (Bigstone Cree Nation Community School) and Career…
Elders share knowledge with the future generation…Posted on: Dec 14 2017
Career Pathways School's flexible learning environment opens the window to number of ways to achieve success. From December 11-14, 2017, Elders Lorraine Cardinal of Calling Lake and John Bigstone of Wabasca-Desmarais…
Pawahcakinases - Tree Cleaning Moon ᐸᐊᐧᐦᒐᑭᓇᓭᐢPosted on: Dec 5 2017
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Students walk to stimulate awareness of Missing and…Posted on: Nov 22 2017
Career Pathways School students and staff walked for murdered and missing women and girls on November 22, 2017. Although the number of participants was small because school buses were cancelled due to…
Remembrance and Looking ForwardPosted on: Oct 31 2017
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An Amazing Year Ahead of Us!Posted on: Oct 2 2017
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Beyond Bricks and MortarPosted on: Aug 28 2017
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Setting Our Sights on a Banner YearPosted on: Jan 31 2017
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Community Engagement DiscussionPosted on: Jan 6 2017
The Government of Alberta is committed to working collaboratively with members of the Northland School Division community to take action and help ensure a positive future for students of the division.…
Better Late than Never ...Posted on: Jan 4 2017
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Students learn traditional skills involving toolsPosted on: Dec 20 2016
Grade 12 students from Career Pathways School and Mistassiniy School participated in a week-long workshop in Indigenous tool making. During the week, 30 students made arrow heads, knives and spear blades…
Career Pathways School organized a Missing and Murdered…Posted on: Dec 8 2016
Career Pathways School students in Wabasca organized and participated in a Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Awareness Walk last Thursday, November 24. A grade seven class from Mistassiniy…
Hoar Frost Moon!Posted on: Dec 1 2016
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A Time to Remember Sacrifices!Posted on: Nov 1 2016
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It's Already Been a Month!Posted on: Oct 1 2016
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Welcome Back!Posted on: Sep 1 2016
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