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Aboriginal Teachers Education Program (ATEP)


Did you miss the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program application deadline last Friday, May 15th?  Please note that the deadline has been moved to May 19th & 20th.  You can still apply and follow the directions below.

You will be able to fill out your information online up until the payment portion.  Once you have reached this blockade, please contact ATEP and USS via email at atepualberta@ualberta.ca and edadmin@ualberta.ca and let them know your full name, Universtiy ID (if applicable) and application number (if applicable). 

They will need to bump you application to allow your payment method to be processed.  Once that have been finalized you will be able to log into your profile and upload the required documents as follows:

  • Official and unofficial transcripts
  • Letter of Intent

If you are asked which campus you want to apply for you will need to answer ‘yes’ to the ATEP question and then select the Community-Based Elementary Program and Blue Quills as the Partner Institution.

If you are being asked for a campus prior to that, you can pick North/Main Campus and then proceed. The ATEP questions should come up after that when you select Faculty of Education.  The above was created by Angela Wolfe, MEd in order to assist those interested in applying for the program and who may not have the application fee handy.

Posted by Betty Ann Cardinal, Post Secondary Student Advisor on May 19, 2020.

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Canada Emergency Student Benefit


Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) during COVID-19 pandemic


What is the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB)?

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The Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) provides financial support to post secondary students, recent post secondary graduates, and recent high school graduates who are unable to find work due to the COVID-19 situation.

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Are you wondering if you are eligible to apply for the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB)? 

Eligibility – If you are able to work, you must be actively be looking for employment in order to be eligible for the CESB.  If you cannot find any work due to COVID-19, you can re-apply for each CESB eligibility period that you are eligible for.  The table below was resourced from the Government of Canada website at https://www.canada.ca/en.html.

Eligibility period Amount
May 10 to June 6, 2020 $1,250 or $2,000
Depending on your eligibility
June 7 to July 4, 2020 $1,250 or $2,000
Depending on your eligibility
July 5 to August 1, 2020 $1,250 or $2,000
Depending on your eligibility
August 2 to August 29, 2020 $1,250 or $2,000
Depending on your eligibility

How do I apply?

I applied for CERB, can I now transfer over to the CESB?

Short answer is NO.  If you have already applied, or are receiving support from the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) or Employment Insurance (EI) you are not eligible to apply for the CESB.


What is the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)?

How to Apply to Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) Basic ...


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Where can I call for more information?

Call the CESB general line at or click on the following link to view the Government of Canada – Contact us about CESB


Prime Minister Trudeau’s Announcement of the Canada Emergency Student Benefit

 

Posted May 15, 2020 by Betty Ann Cardinal, Saddle Lake Post Secondary

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MARCH 19 – COVID-19 UPDATE


Posted at 2:30pm:  Dr. Wilson’s video, shared by the SLHCC Medical Desk and posted by Dr. Nicole Cardinal, please view.

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SADDLE LAKE CREE NATIONS COVID-19 INFORMATION PACKAGE

Please click on the following linkSLCN Information Package


CANADA’S COVID-19 ECONOMIC RESPONSE PLAN SUMMARY

Please click on the following link:  Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan Summery


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Attention all Saddle Lake Post Secondary!

Please be advised that we have moved up our April 2020 Post Secondary Allowance (PSA) distribution to Friday, March 20, 2020 via DIRECT DEPOSITIt has been recommended by Saddle Lake Chief and Council that the distribution be moved up due to the emergency situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.  This will give you the opportunity to purchase what you require to prepare yourselves for the days ahead.  As you know, the situation around the COVID-19 is constantly changing and updates are being posted as soon as we can to ensure you are all informed.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Betty Ann Cardinal, Post Secondary Student Advisor or Amberly Makokis, Administrative Assistant who are both in the office.

The Saddle Lake Education Authority Main Office – Cultural Education, Museum, Transportation and Post Secondary have prepared our Safety Action Plan that outlines the necessary measures to ensure the health and safety of our staff, students and community members.  

Recommended options for contacting the Post Secondary Staff are:

  1. Office Phone at – 1-800-668-0243 or 780-726-7609
  2. Email – please scroll down
  3. Fax – 780-726-4069
  4. Email Scan

Please contact your institution, if you have not done so already, to stay informed as to what actions are being taken with regards to you educational plans (assignments, exam, etc).  

Stay informed, I have posted many links to reliable sources for you to access like what is social distancing, symptoms, community supports, etc.  

Be prepared, please review or download the Saddle Lake Cree Nations COVID-19 INFORMATION PACKAGE.  This package includes answers to many questions that are being asked, provides reliable resources to review and a detailed plan as to how the Saddle Lake Cree Nation is moving forward during this time.  Alberta Health Services  website remains to be an excellent resource.

Posted by Betty Ann Cardinal, Post Secondary Advisor

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MARCH 18 – COVID-19 UPDATE


Attention all Saddle Lake Post Secondary!

Please be advised that we have moved up our April 2020 Post Secondary Allowance (PSA) distribution to Friday, March 20, 2020 via DIRECT DEPOSITIt has been recommended by Saddle Lake Chief and Council that the distribution be moved up due to the emergency situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.  This will give you the opportunity to purchase what you require to prepare yourselves for the days ahead.  As you know, the situation around the COVID-19 is constantly changing and updates are being posted as soon as we can to ensure you are all informed.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Betty Ann Cardinal, Post Secondary Student Advisor or Amberly Makokis, Administrative Assistant.

The Saddle Lake Education Authority Main Office – Cultural Education, Museum, Transportation and Post Secondary have prepared our Safety Action Plan that outlines the necessary measures to ensure the health and safety of our staff, students and community members.  

Recommended options for contacting the Post Secondary Staff are:

  1. Office Phone at – 1-800-668-0243 or 780-726-7609
  2. Email – please scroll down
  3. Fax – 780-726-4069
  4. Email Scan

Please contact your institution, if you have not done so already, to stay informed as to what actions are being taken with regards to you educational plans (assignments, exam, etc).  

Stay informed, I have posted many links to reliable sources for you to access like what is social distancing, symptoms, community supports, etc.  

Be prepared, there are many resources available online, however, our Task Force  recommends the Alberta Health Services website.  You will find information on the following:

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  1. FACT SHEET
  2. Saddle Lake Health Care Centre – Medical ClinicInfant Formula assistance
  3. Saddle Lake Cree Nation News, Events & Information – Facebook
  4. APTN Trudeau addresses the Country
  5. Health Link #811
  6. Alberta Updates
  7. COVID Self-Assessment
  8. Knowing your Options
  9. Online Tool to Determine the Need for COVID Testing
  10. Help in Tough Times – Who/Where can I call?
  11. Alberta Native Friendship Centres
  12. Prevention
  13. COVID-19 Information for Albertans
  14. Current Situation
  15. Emergency Financial Assistance
  16. and so much more.. please research reliable sources.

Saddle Lake Post Secondary Staff Contact Information:

Berandine Houle-Steinhauer, Director (Out of Office) – bernadinehs@saddlelake.ca

Betty Ann Cardinal, Student Advisor (In Office) – bettyanncardinal@saddlelake.ca

Amberly Makokis, Administrative Assistant – amberly.makokis@saddlelake.ca

 

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MARCH 17 – COVID-19 UPDATE



ALBERTA CALLS A STATE OF EMERGENCYLIVE

The Saddle Lake Post Secondary will continue to update our students with related COVID-19 information.  We ask that you forward any of the information below to family & friends.  If you require further information or want to find out whats happening back home, for those students out of province, etc., please call or email any one of us and we will assist you in any way we can:

Betty Ann Cardinal, Student Advisor – In Office – bettyanncardinal@saddlelake.ca

Amberly Makokis, Administrative Assistant – In Office – amberly.makokis@saddlelake.ca

Bernadine Houle-Steinhauer, Director – Out of Office – bernadinehs@saddlelake.ca

Toll Free #1-800-668-0243


ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES – #811


SYMPTOMS & TREATMENT


HOW IS THE COVID-19 SPREAD?


KNOWING THE DIFFERENCE OF SELF -MONITORING, SELF-ISOLATION


SADDLE LAKE HEALTH CARE CENTRE FACEBOOK PAGE – Please visit their page to access information.


The following information was gathered from the various Post Secondary Institutions, Local School Divisions, Saddle Lake Cree Nation Chief & Council, Governments and other NEWS sources .

Alberta Chief Medical Officer Update


World Health OrganizationInterview with Dr. Bruce Aylward


Health CanadaTravel


Indigenous Service Canada


Alberta Health – Government of Canada – Information for Albertans


St. Paul Education Division No.1


Think Indigenous Facebook Page – Online Indigenous Education


Globe News – March 17, 2020


Saddle Lake Cree Nation WebPage


Blood Tribe Chief Roy Fox State of Emergency Notice– Translation in English starts at 3:14


The following are Updates or Notices from the various Banking Institutions.  If your bank is not listed, go to their website and search COVID-19.

CIBC BANK


TD BANK


ATB BANK – UPDATE


SERVUS CREDIT UNION BANK


More Notices will be posted as they arise.

Posted by Betty Ann Cardinal, Post Secondary Student Advisor

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MARCH 16 – COVID-19 UPDATE


The Saddle Lake Post Secondary Program remains open and if you have an inquiry or request, please email Betty Ann Cardinal, Student Advisor at bettyanncardinal@saddlelake.ca (in office); Bernadine Houle-Steinhauer, Direct at bernadinehs@saddlelake.ca (out of office); or Amberly Makokis, Adminstrative Assistant at amberly.makokis@saddlelake.ca (out of office) or call the office at 780-726-7609.


COVID-19 virus Updates

Public Health Agency of Canada – March 15, 2020:

Below you will find links to many of the Universities/Colleges that have information regarding their stand on the COVID-19


University of Alberta Notice


NAIT Notice


McEwan University Notice


Yellowhead Tribal College Notice


University of Calgary Notice


Athabasca University Notice


Bow Valley College Notice


University of Saskatchewan Notice


University of Regina Notice


University of British Columbia Notice


University of Victoria Notice


Portage College Notice


College of New Caledonia Notice


Norquest College Notice


First Nation University of Canada Notice


Lewis and Clark State University, Idaho, USA Notice


Nicola Valley Institute of Technologies, BC Notice


University of Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Notice


Saskatchewan Indian Institution of Technology


University of New Brunswick Notice


Simon Fraser University Notice


SADDLE LAKE CREE NATION UPDATES

Saddle Lake Health Care Centre Facebook Page


Saddle Lake Cree Nation New and Information Facebook Page


Posted by Betty Ann Cardinal, Student Advisor

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ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS


World Health Organization (WHO) message on how to protect yourself from the Coronavirus

LINKS:

World Health Organization

World Health Organization – Q&A

Information Sheet – click here —> Coronavirus Information Sheet

Alberta Health Services

Alberta Health Services – What is COVID-19

Alberta Health Services – Difference between COVID-19 & Influenza

Health Canada Information Sheets



NOVEL CORONAVIRUS

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The World Health Organization changed the name to COVID-19

  • CO-“corona”, VI-rus-“D-isease & the year it emerged = 2019

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Human Coronaviruses are common and are typically associated with mild illnesses similar to the common cold.

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?

Symptoms may be very mild or more serious, however, the biggest symptoms are:

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  • #1 Cough
  • #2 Difficulty Breathing
  • #3 Fever

Symptoms may take up to 14 days to appear after exposure to the virus.

HOW IS THE COVID-19 COMMONLY SPREAD and WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF INFECTION?

COVID-19 are most commonly SPREAD from an infected person through the following:

  • respiratory droplets when someone coughs or sneezes;
  • close personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands;
  • touching something with the virus on it, then touching your eyes, nose or mouth before washing your hands.

Best way to PREVENT the spread of infection is:

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Chief Eric Shirt, Saddle Lake Cree Nation sent out a message to Membership

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  • Stay informed and Be Prepared and follow the advice of your local health authorities and be aware of the restrictions put in place on travel, movement and gatherings – Chief Eric Shirt made a statement to the members of the Saddle Lake Cree Nations; Resource Material;

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  • Hand Washing is very important – wash your hands with soap and water or by using an alcohol-based hand rub – KILLS VIRUSES that may be on your hands;

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  • Close Personal Contact – such as touching or shaking hands – remain at least 2 meter distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezes;

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  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouthcontaminated hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose and mouth and from there the virus can enter your body;

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  • Cover you mouth when you cough or sneeze

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  • Stay home if your sick to avoid to protect others and yourself and cover your mouth and nose with your arm or tissues to reduce the spread of germs & immediately dispose of any issues you have used into the garbage as soon as possible and wash your hands afterwards

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  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces, such as toys, electron devices and doorknobs

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  • call ahead before you visit a health care professional or call your local public health authority – tell them your symptoms and follow their instructions.  if you need immediate medical attention, call 911 and them your symptoms.


World Health Organization

World Health Organization – Q&A

Information Sheet – click here —> Coronavirus Information Sheet

Alberta Health Services

Alberta Health Services – What is COVID-19

Alberta Health Services – Difference between COVID-19 & Influenza

Health Canada Information Sheets

Health Canada Updates

Coronavirus Info Sheet

Call 1-833-784-4397

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World Wide Web – click here —> canada.ca/coronavirus

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Email —> phac.info.aspc@canada.ca

 

**This information was shared by the Public Health Agency of Canada and materials shared by Rudy Parentau’s power point presenation of Wednesday, March 11, 2020

 

Posted by Betty Ann Cardinal, Post Secondary Student Advisor