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These non-profit organizations have made a difference in their communities through their work to advance environmental education through STEM principles (E-STEM).
The University of Lethbridge is joining with 19 other post-secondary institutions in Alberta to offer more educational opportunities to students with developmental disabilities.
The two-seater boat with a load capacity of 150 kg were developed by the 12 students -- all Kashmiri -- who are from a private college in Chandigarh.
Their Sask Eco UC car finished in second place among other post-secondary institutions at the annual competition in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
A "living library" project in Malaysia's capital is lending out older people's knowledge to the young, to improve the lives of pensioners and bridge Kuala Lumpur's generation gap.
Shekon Neechie: An Indigenous History Site went live on June 21, coinciding with National Indigenous Peoples Day.
The money raised exceeds the US$1.3 billion over three years that a coalition of 30 non-governmental organizations had called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to raise as part of his chairmanship of the G7 this year.
Just how are we teaching our kids to walk together as society and community members?
Energy company Newo is now working with refugees to provide them a skill set in construction and help with English.
Garden teaches students about traditional uses of local plants.
Every other year, Jen Greenwald helps build a neighborhood with her class of second graders in Madison, Wis. It always raises some interesting questions about growing up in cities.
The success of an online class is testament to how much Canadians and others want to learn about Indigenous history and current issues.