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Stikine School District No. 87

Stikine - Re-live the romance of the frontier in School District #87 (Stikine). Wilderness valleys, spectacular mountain scenery, beautiful lakes and rivers offer an unforgettable northern experience. Mountainous boreal forest insterspersed with numerous lakes and rivers wind their way through the Grand Canyon of the Stikine.

School District No.87 main office is located in Dease Lake, B.C. and serves the Dease Lake and surrounding areas.

Stikine is accessible via highway 37 north which links us with routes to Terrace, Smithers and Prince Rupert. All-weather secondary roads connect our communities and are accessible year-round. Air service connects Dease Lake with Terrace, Smithers and Vancouver. Air service is also available from Whitehorse to Edmonton and Vancouver.

Dease Lake, B.C.

Flin Flon School Division

Flin Flon is a modern, affluent mining community located in North Central Manitoba. (Second highest per capita income in Manitoba). Flin Flon is a one hour air flight from Winnipeg and is serviced by two flights daily. Flin Flon is at the hub of tourism in North Western Manitoba. It is surrounded by beautiful clear lakes and green forests. Lake Athapap, adjacent to Flin Flon, is the only fresh water lake in the world to hold two world fishing records for two species of fish.

The Flin Flon School Division believes that the purpose of the schools in the Division shall be the development of each individual to his/her highest potential and the preservation and extension of the democratic way of life. To this end, the schools shall strive to develop in children the knowledge, skills, habits, understanding, attitudes and character traits that are essential for the sound choice of, and participation in a vocation, and for responsible contributing citizenship.

Flin Flon, MB

Matawa First Nations Tribal Council

Matawa First Nations Management Office is located in Thunder Bay however our community schools are located outside of Thunder Bay.

Matawa First Nations is a Tribal Council with a membership of ten (10) Ojibway and Cree First Nations communities in the Nishnawbe Aski Nation territory.

Matawa First Nations Chiefs Council represented by of all Matawa members provides policy and direction to all Matawa organizations.

We are an organization that provides advisory services and program delivery to Matawa First Nations. We have other non-profit and for-profit corporations which assist the organization's guiding principles to support our Matawa First Nations to build strong and self-sufficient communities.

Thunder Bay, ON

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Heritage International School

At Heritage International School, we will be dedicated to providing a quality Canadian education program and services in order to help our students attain their full potential academically, socially and physically, as well as provide them with the knowledge and skills required for them to be valued and contributing members of our society.

The school's mission is to develop a child-centered system of education that allows students to become independent thinkers in their own right.

Heritage International School will ensure your children's superiority not only in education, but also in building their independent and creative characters.

6th of October City, Giza,

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