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    Please leave us a message using the contact form and Katie Vander Wielen, Team and Operations Manager, will respond soon.

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    Teacher Applicant Inquiries

    For questions about teaching in a northern First Nation, please contact Gill Forth, Teacher Recruitment Manager.

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    We are saddened to hear of the continued uncovering of graves, most recently near Marieval Indian Residential School in SK. Teach For Canada stands in solidarity with First Nations as we prepare ourselves for what will undoubtedly be more difficult news in the future.

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    It's day 3 of our Celebrating Indigenous Firsts Campaign, a week-long initiative highlighting Indigenous folks who made history! Meet Lillian Eva Quan Dyck, Canada’s first female #Indigenous senator & Ph.D. holder (sciences).
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    It's day 2 of our Celebrating Indigenous Firsts Campaign, a week-long initiative highlighting Indigenous folks who made history! Today's spotlight is on Elsie Marie Knott, Canada’s first female Chief of a First Nation.

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    Thank you to @GayLeaFoodsCoop for supporting Teach For Canada. In 2020, the Gay Lea Foundation became a primary program sponsor of our Administrative Preparation Program, a new initiative that supports principals in northern First Nations. https://t.co/ql7lyFwnV4 https://t.co/KarAl54sP5
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    . @TeachForCanada works with northern First Nations schools to recruit, prepare & support committed teachers, bridge gaps in education & directly impact academic opportunities for Indigenous students. Learn how our #GayLeaFoundation is helping at https://t.co/jbeY0zlw0W #NIPD2021 https://t.co/18EUp5QDw6