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These stories about local youth taking action to make a difference in our community are made possible through the continued support of Emcon Services INC. as part of our Community Leaders Program.

Woodcrest students get a taste of the trades

Woodcrest students get a taste of the trades

Grade 8 students received hands-on experience on Tuesday.
Students learn to recognize the signs of a stroke

Students learn to recognize the signs of a stroke

Grade 1 students at Woodcrest Public School now know what to do if their loved ones are having a stroke.
Hammarskjold students use business skills to give back

Hammarskjold students use business skills to give back

Thursday marked the culmination of a couple of months of work for business and foods students at Hammarskjold High School.
St. Ignatius students raise money for Christmas Cheer

St. Ignatius students raise money for Christmas Cheer

St. Ignatius students put their skills to work on the school's 17th annual Holiday Lunch Market, raising funds for Christmas Cheer.
Catholic student trustees learning valuable lessons

Catholic student trustees learning valuable lessons

Jaiya Joseph of St. Ignatius and St. Patrick classmates Felicity King and Andrew Tassone are serving one-year terms with the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board.
Clover Café opens at St. Patrick High School

Clover Café opens at St. Patrick High School

After two years of planning, The Clover Café opened for business on Wednesday afternoon at the St. Patrick High School cafeteria.
Student trustees eager to give back

Student trustees eager to give back

Superior's Emily Drake and Westgate's Morgann De Franceschi have started two-year terms as student trustees with the Lakehead District School Board.
Seven-year-old Thunder Bay child's photo to appear on Broadway

Seven-year-old Thunder Bay child's photo to appear on Broadway

Darius Fitzgerald has Down Syndrome and a terminal disease but shows his love for life with an infectious smile
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