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New Brunswick’s Prominent Leaders Gathered to Honour Champions of Public Education

On November 10, over 500 guests – including an impressive group of government dignitaries, education and business leaders – came together at the The Delta Beauséjour Hotel in Moncton, NB to honour two champions of public education.

Ken MacLeod (right), President & CEO of the internationally acclaimed New Brunswick Youth Orchestra and Bernard Richard (left), former New Brunswick Ombudsman and Child and Youth Advocate were awarded and publicly recognized for their outstanding community leadership and commitment to youth and public education.

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On November 5, 2014 more than 250,000 students, 18,000 teachers and 75,000 organizations across Canada participated into The Learning Partnership’s Take Our Kids to Work™ program.
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On October 21, more than a dozen Canadian business leaders to engage in an action-oriented conversation about the role and responsibility of business in aiding school to work transitions.

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To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Take Our Kids to Work program, The Learning Partnership hosted an Alumni Photo Contest for everyone who has participated in the day over the last 20 years! Discover the winners and their stories.
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