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Section IV: The Importance of Education

Mr. Vander Meulen, the Native Studies teacher at WCI, while discussing what significance the Indigenous medicinal garden would have towards the larger goal of reconciliation, explained that “Reconciliation is about correcting a relationship that went […]

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Section II: The ISA and Leadership

WCI has been trying to promote difficult discussions about Indingeous issues within the school through the Indigenous Students Association (ISA), the leadership class, and events like Orange Shirt Day, Secret Path Week, and Treaties Recognition […]

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Section I: The Garden

In the spring of 2019, Ms. Chin, a science teacher at WCI, had the idea for an Indigenous medicinal garden as part of an initiative to promote the education of Indigenous issues within the school. […]

COVID-19

Satire: A Serious Argument for a System of Education that Improves Upon the Hybrid Model without Compromising the Safety of its Students or Requiring a Great Reform to its Current Conventions or Potentially Inciting Any Sort of Kickback or Opposition from its Students

In light of the pandemic, the hybrid learning model was adapted by WCI to provide the best possible learning experience for its students without compromising their safety. This system involves having one half of the […]

Loki's Musings

Sam’s Mocktail Hour: The Mojito

Try this delightfully fizzy, minty and citrusy non-alcoholic cocktail recipe, perfect as a nice refreshment to remind one of a hot day. Prep: 5 mins Serves: 2 Ingredients: 1 tablespoon sugar Small bunch mint Crushed […]