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2009

Student picks up skills as a writer
By Pat Lee, Staff Reporter
Dartmouth-HRM East Community Herald

 

2008

 

Public Legal Education Association of Canada (PLEAC) conference
Briefs
The Society Record
October 2007
Page 11
First published in The Society Record, Vol. 25, No. 4, October 07. Used by permission of the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society.

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"Engaging Youth Outside of Schools"
Our Kids Are Worth It

Strategy for Children and Youth
Province of Nova Scotia
November 2007
Page 50
With permission of The Province of Nova Scotia.
"What Halifax Needs"
Teens Now Talk
Spring 2008
Volume 1 Issue 2
Page 43
First published in The Voice of the future, Issue 07, May 2007

2007

Social Work Week Advertorial
Chronicle Herald
March, 2007

RECYN Update
By Andrew Safer
The Networker Vol. 22, Issue 1
National Youth in Care Network
Winter 2007
Page 3

Guide Aimed at Helping Youth in Care of Province
By Heather Milne
NovaNewsNet
January 16, 2007

2006


CBC-TV reporter Caroline Wagner interviews Tina and Lucas

News at Six
Caroline Wagner, Reporter
CBC-TV
December, 2006

The Revolutionary East Coast Youth Network
By Lucas Kreft
The Networker, Vol. 21, Issue 3,
Fall 2006

Pages 3 & 4

Reflecting on the Atlantic Youth in Care Network Development Retreat
By Amanda Murley and April Bishop
The Networker, Vol. 21, Issue 3,
Fall 2006

Page 5

Role-playing helps both sides learn
By Falice Chen
The Daily News
April 21, 2006

Rights of Youth in Care
By Tina Doucette and Ammy Purcell
The Networker Vol. 21, Issue 1
Spring 2006

2005


CBC Radio News Item
April 28, 2005 (transcribed)

UnCommon Law: a meeting in the middle (PDF)
By Lisa Taylor
The Society Record
April 2005
First published in the Society Record, Vol 23, No 2, April 05. Used by permission of the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society

2003-2004


Role-playing eye-opener for youth workers, teens
By John Gillis
The Chronicle Herald
April 16, 2004

Letting their voices be heard
By Daniel Hodgson
The Citizen
April 19, 2003

Teens in care find a Voice
By Kelly Shiers
The Chronicle Herald
April 20, 2004

Amherst Radio
Youth Newsletter
April 22, 2003

Writing for newsletter puts teens in touch with emotions
By Joel Jacobson
The Chronicle Herald
April 27, 2003

Eastword
(Newsletter of the Writer's Federation of Nova Scotia);
May / June 2003

2001-2002


Fosterkids
The Record
October 9, 2002

Newsletter Tonic for Youth: Journalism project focuses on acceptance, having a say
by Lois Legge, The Chronicle-Herald,
March 20, 2002

Photo
The Sunday Herald
, March 24, 2002

Eastword
(Newsletter of the Writer's Federation of Nova Scotia);
May / June 2002

Child-welfare teens tell their own stories:
Youth-in-care newsletter looks at system from inside

by Michael Lightstone, The Chronicle-Herald,
July 16, 2001

An honest letter about home:
Teens in group homes write newsletter on group homes

The Daily News - July 13, 2001
By David Swick

Being on TV was really cool!

Photo Credit: Stacey Baillie, Reporter, Global Television

Global TV filmed us at The Second Cup, and Reporter Stacey Baillie interviewed Elizabeth Jones and Tony Beaumier about their experiences with the Newsletter, and Global ran a story on the six o'clock news!

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