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Season 2 kicks off with coffee! We learn about the chemistry of roasting coffee and what makes a great brew with Kieran Wheeler, owner of Elevate Coffee Roasters in Cold Lake. Thanks for listening to Northern Lives! If you're a member of the Northern Lights community and think that what you're doing should be featured on the show, or if you just wa…
 
What's it like to develop triple-A video games for a living? Bjorn Taylor, a Northern Lights Public Schools grad, can tell you. He's the Lead Systems Designer for Anthem, the newest game in development by gaming giant BioWare.Join us as we talk about what it takes to make video games, Bjorn's childhood in Cold Lake, and some of our all-time favouri…
 
Jennifer Belanger is a student at Cold Lake high School and a member of the Minister's Youth Council, a group of 32 students that will meet with Minister of Education David Eggen three times this school year to discuss the future of education in Alberta. Hear from Jennifer and Minister Eggen about their first meeting in this episode.Thanks for list…
 
Dave Yoshida, Cold Lake High School's resident military history genius and social studies teacher, tells us what the Second World War was like for his parents and extended family as Japanese-American citizens.Thanks for listening to Northern Lives! If you're a member of the Northern Lights community and think that what you're doing should be featur…
 
Who doesn't long for a simpler life every now and then? A life where learning letters and shapes is the pinnacle of education, and where snack time is the most exciting thing that happens in a day? In this episode, we go back to Kindergarten and talk to four and five year-old students and Cold Lake Elementary about their first month of school, and …
 
In 2016, Cassandra Beck graduated from Bonnyville Centralized High School. Less than a year later, her first novel, The Golden Pearl, was published. In this episode, Cassandra talks about her book, what inspired her to be a writer, and what the future holds for her literary career.Cassandra Beck:http://www.cassandrabeck.ca/http://bit.ly/2jV6eEF (Fa…
 
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a teacher or a principal? We speak to a handful of educators in this episode about what makes them feel successful in their roles, what challenges them, and how they've seen education evolve over their careers.Thanks for listening to Northern Lives! If you're a member of the Northern Lights community and …
 
School Board Elections are coming up in October, and we're having a chat with our current Board Vice-chair and Public School Boards' Association of Alberta President Arlene Hrynyk about what it's like to be a school board trustee, what a trustee's role is, and the kind of qualities that people considering running as a trustee should have.Thanks for…
 
The Trades Exposure Centre is home to Aurora 69, the first oil rig ever owned by a school division. It gives students the chance to see what working on a rig is like, and in this episode, we meet with three students who worked there during the 2016-2017 school year to hear about their experiences.Thanks for listening to Northern Lives! If you're a …
 
Earlier this year, a handful of students from J.A. Williams High School headed into Edmonton to compete in the Skills Canada Provincial Competition, and five of the students that competed have joined me to discuss their challenges there and how opportunities at school have prepared them for life after high school. Thanks for listening to Northern L…
 
Welcome to Northern Lives, the official podcast of Northern Lights Public Schools! In our premier episode, we're taking a look at two creative and valuable resources that can help you and your children increase your physical and mental health.First, we speak to Mike Bouchard, creator of Run for Stuff, an app that rewards you with discounts on your …
 
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