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Cape Bretoners Joella Foulds will be honoured for contributions to her island s cultural sector and Cheryl Bartlett for developing a new approach to integrating Mi kmaq learning traditions into post-secondary science education, according to The Chronicle Herald. Q: At a time when Canada has a surplus of liberal arts graduates and a shortage of skilled trades people, should we be taking a more directive approach in the education opportunities we provide to youth and aNTIGONISH St. Francis Xavier University president Sean Riley will join two other Nova Scotians who will become members of the Order of Canada at a ceremony later this year. Riley s work has spanned finance, politics and, since taking the helm of St. Francis Xavier University in 1996, education and community development. His work and experience have given him a unique perspective into the state of northern Nova Scotia s economy and the role education has in the future of this province. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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