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2020-21 Annual Report

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The CSBA Board of Directors is pleased to present our 2020-21 Annual Report. In this publication you will find reports and updates on the various initiatives and projects the CSBA…

CSBA Congress 2022 – Save the date!

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Save the Date! The Saskatchewan School Boards Association will be hosting the 2022 National Trustee Gathering on Indigenous Education & CSBA Congress next year! Date: July 6-8, 2022 Location: Sheraton…

Statement on Truth & Reconciliation in 2021

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This week, Canada observed its first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and several days of related education and activities. The Canadian School Boards Association acknowledges that Reconciliation must be…

Trustees encouraged to speak with federal candidates

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Education priorities to raise with Federal candidates On September 20, 2021, Canadians throughout the country will elect Members of Parliament (MPs). MPs are elected to represent the views of their…

2021 CSBA Annual General Meeting

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Save the date! The 2021 CSBA Annual General Meeting will be held in person in Victoria, BC and streamed online. The meeting will take place on Monday, October 4, 2021…

CSBA Op-Ed – August 2021

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A publicly funded education system is a valued right we enjoy as Canadians. Knowing that our children have access to primary and secondary education is a comfort we take for…

CSBA Acknowledgement on Equity & Diversity

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The Canadian School Boards Association is pleased to publish their acknowledgement on equity and diversity. To view the acknowledgement in both French and English, click HERE.

National Indigenous Peoples Day 2021

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Today is Canada’s 25th anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day. On this day, and always, we seek to celebrate and share the accomplishments, histories, art, language, and spirit of First…