(Oct. 17, 2002, Gazette)
youre teaching a new program, youre not going to wait until
midway through the school year or towards the end of the school year (for
in-servicing). Students would not gain the maximum benefits from that."
Bert Tulk (BA76, B.Ed.79,
M.Ed.84) assistant director of education for Avalon East School
District commenting on teacher in-services and why they are necessary.
Telegram, Oct. 9.
will be a gathering of the crème de la crème of Canadian
talent, across the spectrum in terms of modes of performance and age."
Susan Knight (B.Mus.83, B.Mus.Ed.
83), director, Newfoundland Symphony Youth Choir announcing that
the choir performed for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip on Oct.
10 in Toronto. Telegram, Oct. 7.
for high-end dimension stone products are growing internationally and
new sources of dimension stone are increasingly being sought around the
world each year."
Kelvin Parsons, (BA(hons.)76) Industry
Minister of Newfoundland and Labrador, commenting on the rich potential
of the dimension stone industry in the province. Telegram Oct.
and Labrador could be to the marine biotechnology what the Silicone Valley
was to the advent of the information technology industry."
Dave King, (B.Comm.71) chair of
Bio-East, a division of Memorials Genesis Group, commenting on
the opportunity for the province to take a lead role as a centre for
excellence in the emerging marine biotechnology sector. Atlantic
Business, Oct. 2002.
the same person who gave the numbers to us, and who gave them to the doctors
So, well see if the NLMA is still saying that in
a day or so."
Premier Roger Grimes (B.Ed.72, B.Sc.72,
M.Ed.88) commenting on the assessment of the independent auditors
review of government and physicians financial positions with regard
to the current strike. Telegram Oct. 3.
could be that after Oct. 15, the (Robert) Peary and Cook relatives might
have something to say about this book, but
the people have been
dead so long and the relatives are used to having Cook and Peary written
Wayne Johnston (BA 79), after
his latest novel The Navigator of New York was short-listed for the
Giller prize. Telegram, Oct. 6
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