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Pembina Trails School Division develops novel way of contact tracing for students

A Winnipeg school division has developed a unique method of contact tracing in efforts to keep its schools coronavirus free. Pembina Trails School Division is using a QR code system - developed by Fort Richmond Collegiate teacher/librarian Chantelle Rochon - that keeps track of where students have been and who they were near.

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Oak Park High School fostering filmmaking talent

Students Adam Yarish and Nicole Lavallee share how the program has grown their love of filmmaking and has lead to national opportunities.

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Vincent Massey's varsity basketball teams both ranked No. 1 in Manitoba

Hey there, time traveller! This article was published 25/2/2020 (198 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current. Provincial high school basketball championships are normally reserved for teams built on veteran star power. But at Vincent Massey Collegiate, the script has been flipped.

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Student poets to perform at Manitoba Legislature

Juliana San Buenaventura and Jules Stevenson explain the meaning behind their poem "Who Does Your Body Belong To?"

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