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  • CBC.ca - Image Gallery - Help Wanted: Is Education Failing Our Students?
    on education and youth unemployment Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement More Galleries Help Wanted Is Education Failing Our Students Birds of Prey Kathleen Wynne sworn in CBC Windsor Sounds of the Season A Dinner with Atmosphere More Galleries CBC Global Footer CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool Kids CBC

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  • Help Wanted | Students, schools opting for apprenticeships - Windsor - CBC News
    world Canada s youth unemployment rate is currently hovering around 14 per cent In Switzerland government schools and employers work together to ensure that education and training are linked to employment I m a big fan of co op In Windsor Melanie Gardin is lawyer who accepted her first co op placement student this year I am a big fan of co op I always have been said Gardin a former co op student I always thought I wanted to go law school If I could work in a law office that would help me decide And it did I m a firm believer if you give a student the chance to shine and students are interested in what they re doing you ll be amazed at what they accomplish Gardin said she wants her co cop students to see the mundane things that happen in the law office and deal with day to day files just to make sure they know everything about the job Aaliyah Jee a Grade 11 student at Riverside High School did her placement for Gardin and now works part time for her This really showed me I want to be a lawyer Jee said Photocopying papers and looking over case files that s not boring to me Who is most responsible for getting post secondary graduates a job in their field of study With files from CBC News Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Even though it s mostly the responsibility of the federal government to promote Canadian identity a University of Windsor professor says it s important Windsor isn t seen as Detroit Light more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/03/19/wdr-apprenticeships-youth-unemployment.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Help Wanted | Education 'badly managed,' college says - Windsor - CBC News
    Wildeman University of Windsor president The whole issue of jobs is very important to students as is affordable education Wildeman told CBC News We do need to be doing more Every university needs to ask What can we be doing to provide students more entrepreneurial experience more experience to start a company more hands on experience and more co op training opportunities All of those are very important The University of Windsor has partnered with Workforce Windsor Essex to provide workshops to students in five faculties The Beyond the Obvious program helps university find different uses for the skills and degrees they obtain at the school The University of Windsor s Odette School of Business also offers a Student Career Service Centre Business students are able to access one on one career advising appointments year round The centre offers Resume development and cover letter preparation Job search exploration and employment strategies Educational options Mock interview sessions Skill assessment tools Career leader resume clinics But we also have to continue to be a university continue be a place that opens minds and discovers new knowledge Wildeman said CBC Windsor will hold a town hall examining youth unemployment Help Wanted Is education failing our students will happen March 20 at the University of Windsor Engineering building beginning at 7 p m Panellists include University of Windsor president Alan Wildeman St Clair College president John Strasser economist Mark Meldrum and Rylan Kinnon the executive director of the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance Beginning March 18 tune into The Early Shift and The Bridge on 97 5 FM at 6 a m and 4 p m respectively and CBC Windsor at Six on channel 9 cable 10 and Bell 587 at 6 p m for continue coverage of this topic For even more coverage and exclusive web extras log onto www cbc ca windsor Who is most responsible for getting post secondary graduates a job in their field of study Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/03/08/wdr-education-system-badly-managed.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Help Wanted | Career choices stress high school grads - Windsor - CBC News
    discussing a child s career choice Lots of students follow a path they didn t like she said People may say I know my parents want me to be a doctor but in my heart of hearts I want to be an entrepreneur When asked if job availability is considered when counselling a high school student Herman High School s head of guidance Teresa Piskovic said the student s wants and interests are most important if they re genuinely interested in a career path Click here to hear CBC Windsor s Allison Johnson examine the role high school guidance counsellors play Our board is mindful and thoughtful about where the needs are in this community she said We do really closely look at Grade 12s as far as where they are heading Piskovic is one of two counsellors at her school which has an enrollment of approximately 800 There are three counsellors for 1 500 students at Villanova Hutnik isn t sure if that s enough There is not a lot of time for one on one counselling I don t think they know who I am Hutnik said They have a lot going on It s very hard for them to narrow it down and work with you to figure out your life CBC Windsor will hold a town hall examining youth unemployment Help Wanted Is education failing our students will happen March 20 at the University of Windsor Engineering building beginning at 7 p m Panellists include University of Windsor president Alan Wildeman St Clair College president John Strasser economist Mark Meldrum and Rylan Kinnon the executive director of the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance Beginning March 18 tune into The Early Shift and The Bridge on 97 5 FM at 6 a m and 4 p m respectively and CBC Windsor at Six on channel 9 cable 10 and Bell 587 at 6 p m for continue coverage of this topic For even more coverage and exclusive web extras log onto www cbc ca windsor Who is most responsible for getting post secondary graduates a job in their field of study Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/03/06/wdr-youth-unemployment-career-choices.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Coyote-hunting an Ontario tourist attraction? - Windsor - CBC News
    the lookout Jones said Typically coyotes eat mice rabbits and moles in the winter Patterson said They eat fallen fruit in the summer However for the last few years Ontario farmers have complained the predators have slaughtered sheep and other livestock They have also found their way into urban areas where they rummage through garbage and kill pets Last year a young coyote was found hiding in the foyer of a downtown Windsor business In 2012 the Essex County OPP had 596 calls regarding animals including a komodo dragon Calls of the wild A list of some animals Essex County OPP dealt with in 2012 Fox Cougar Geese Deer Squirrel Goat Ducks Wild turkey Owl Snake Swan Llama Possum Bats Donkey Komodo dragon Last week Essex County OPP were called to the Ministry of Transportation inspection station on Highway 401 to chase away coyotes that refused to leave In 2012 the Essex County OPP had 596 calls regarding animals eight of them for coyotes This year the department has already responded to a pair of coyote calls Two years ago the Osgoode Township Fish Game and Conservation Club near Ottawa sponsored the Great Coyote Cull Contest That same year two men in Cornwall Ont organized a competition to kill coyotes in the Cornwall area Scott Smithers a Kemptville District Area biologist with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources told CBC News at that time that indiscriminate killing of the predators will ultimately backfire As you remove coyotes from the landscape they actually will increase their birth rates said Smithers Coyotes have one litter of five to nine pups per year Patterson said coyotes have very few if any natural predators in Ontario Not even hunting can curb their population Coyotes are hunted fairly heavily in parts of the province But there is little evidence that shows humans drive changes in the number of coyotes Even though there are groups of hunters moving coyotes from some areas That intense effort is never applied broadly across the entire landscape There s only as many coyotes on the landscape as there is food to support It s a matter of perspective as to whether how many coyotes is enough or if there s an overabundance Should coyote hunting be touted as a tourist attraction Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/02/18/wdr-coyote-hunting-tourism.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Hockey moms, junior players turn to Kevlar hockey socks - Windsor - CBC News
    ve been out for a few years But we ve tried them before and they don t really sell that well The sock is too costly and over the top for some hockey programs I am of the belief that our players are over protected hence the lack of respect for each other Rule makers have created a game that is simply too fast said Windsor Lancers hockey coach Kevin Hamlin Fast is not always better and there isn t enough protection to properly outfit athletes in high impact sports such as hockey The problem with teams providing this is cost In a climate where teams are looking for ways to cut budget items this is hardly an item that our players have to have I d rather spend money on sticks as an example Most cut resistant socks cost upwards of 40 per pair Bauer category manager of performance apparel Beth Crowell told CBC Sports last week that a big part of getting more players recreational or professional to wear the sock is education that there are socks out there that will help The Bauer elite performance skate sock is 60 percent Kevlar fibre for cut resistant protection At which level of hockey should cut resistant socks be mandatory With files from CBC Sports Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Even though it s mostly the responsibility of the federal government to promote Canadian identity a University of Windsor professor says it s important Windsor isn t seen as Detroit Light more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/02/21/wdr-kevlar-hockey-socks.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Human kinetics students say 1KM walk to Tim Hortons too far - Windsor - CBC News
    Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Even though it s mostly the responsibility of the federal government to promote Canadian identity a University of Windsor professor says it s important Windsor isn t seen as Detroit Light more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package more Don Pittis Stephen Poloz will be an economic party pooper at Bank of Canada An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis as new Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz takes over today for a seven year term more Funnel cloud filmed by Ontario storm chaser indeed a tornado Environment Canada confirms that a tornado touched down on the weekend just west of Kenilworth Ont after the sighting was reported by a local storm chaser more Most Viewed Most Commented Canadian relief for Moore tornado victims denied at border Trudeau vows to raise the bar for transparency on expenses Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Sandra Pupatello starts as economic development CEO Ontario energy costs deter investment Sarnia

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/02/13/wdr-tim-hortons-university-windsor-human-kinetics.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Canadian, U.S. coast guards hunt chronic mayday caller - Windsor - CBC News
    more than 25 000 and a prison term of no more than a year or both Should Canadian law force those who make false mayday calls pay for resources spent responding to the call Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Even though it s mostly the responsibility of the federal government to promote Canadian identity a University of Windsor professor says it s important Windsor isn t seen as Detroit Light more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package more Don Pittis Stephen Poloz will be an economic party pooper at Bank of Canada An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis as new Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz takes over today for a seven year term more Funnel cloud filmed by Ontario storm chaser indeed a tornado Environment Canada confirms that a tornado touched down on the weekend just west of Kenilworth Ont after the sighting was reported by a local storm chaser more Most Viewed Most Commented Canadian relief for Moore tornado victims denied at border Trudeau vows

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/02/13/wdr-canadian-us-coast-guard-fake-mayday.html (2013-06-03)
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