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Calling All Students… Global College Awards!

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We know it’s only mid-August…students are still hopefully taking the time to relax and recuperate before the impending year begins! We don’t want to awaken you from your happy place too soon… but we figured awards submissions were a worthy cause to do so! Global College is offering four awards that you may be interested in applying for. Check out …

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How Rocket Science Can Help Elders and 12 Other Ideas Worth Spreading from TEDxWinnipeg2016

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The black backdrop. The bold crimson letters that stand for Technology, Entertainment and Design. The life-changing realizations and epiphanies that abound after a mere 15 minute session. Yes, there’s something magical about TEDTalks. If you haven’t experienced the magic of TED, clear your schedule for the day. This is more important. Here’s a link to the 20 most popular talks …

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#iAMvol7: Make the Global Goals Famous

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#iAMvol7: Make the Global Goals Famous By: Stephanie Scott As a recent graduate in the international development field I am so pleased to be currently involved as a volunteer editorial board member for iAM. iAM, which stands for Ideas Actions Movements, is a multi-media e-magazine published by the Ontario Council for International Cooperation (OCIC) that promotes an increased awareness and understanding of …

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Have you heard of John Prendergast?

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You may not know his name, but you’ve likely heard about one or more of the many projects he’s played a pivotal role in. (Read a more extensive bio here!) Our Executive Director had the opportunity to attend a talk by John at the University of Winnipeg earlier this fall, in which he led the 50 people in attendance through …

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MARL Moments: MARL Human Rights Ethics Bowl

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On Wednesday, December 16, 6 teams from Winnipeg area high schools gathered at the University of Manitoba’s University College to compete in a series of debates on human rights. The participating schools were, as follows: College Pierre Elliot Trudeau Kildonan East Lord Selkirk Springfield Collegiate Miles Mac Churchill Collegiate The day was marked by a heavy snowfall, so we were …