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Brandon School Division

Brandon, Manitoba, also known as the Wheat City, is the second largest city in Manitoba and is located 197 km (130miles) west of Winnipeg.

The Brandon School Division strives to enable each student to achieve maximum intellectual, emotional, social and physical growth. We accomplish this through the provision of programs and services which facilitate the development of students as healthy, contributing members of society.

Brandon, 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

Sun West School Division

Located in West-Central Saskatchewan, the Sun West School Division covers approximately 31,252 square kilometers. On its east side, the Division includes schools in Davidson and Kenaston. The Alberta border serves as the Division's limits on the west, with the South Saskatchewan River providing its most southerly border. The Division extends as far North as Landis and Biggar. The division office is located in Rosetown.

The School Division administers 41 schools; of these 13 are Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools, 6 are elementary schools, 1 middle school, 3 high schools and 17 are Hutterite Colony Schools. The Sun West Distance Learning Centre is located in Kenaston.

Sun West employs approximately 800 people including teachers, educational assistants, bus drivers, clerical staff, caretakers and library staff.

Rosetown, SK

Featured International Employers

Christian Alliance International School

The school maintains an evangelical Christian environment, and requires all students to speak English. CAIS utilizes the curriculum of Alberta Education, Canada at all grade levels. Teaching is advertised as being student-centered, inquiry-based approach that emphasizes integration of technology across the curriculum. In addition, the secondary program provides opportunity for students to enroll in a number of Advanced Placement courses that can be counted toward the 100-credit Alberta Diploma requirement.

Lai Chi Kok, kowloon, Hong Kong

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