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Are Youth Becoming Safer Workers? The Proof Is In The Numbers…

Who remembers their first job? Maybe it was lifeguarding at the neighborhood pool or working the concession stand at the ball diamonds. Maybe it was scooping ice cream at the local ice cream shop. We all remember our first jobs – whether we loved it, hated it, or just wanted the paycheck to build our […]

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Let’s Talk Anxiety

In Canada, every 1 out of 5 youth who need mental health services receives them. This is a clear indication that there is a critical need for youth to receive mental health information. There is a great need to eliminate the stereotypes and stigma around mental health, making it even more important to educate our […]

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Youth Safety Education Day

Partnership Opportunity What is Youth Safety Education Day? This day is designed to bring safety education and awareness to youth in Saskatchewan (ages 15-24) about the importance of workplace health and safety. Gaining this information before they step foot into the workforce or while they are employed in their first jobs is a key step […]

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