A Journey of a Junior Firefighter

Jun 02, 15 A Journey of a Junior Firefighter

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~Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the hearts~ Elizabeth Andrew Being a volunteer firefighter in your community is a huge responsibility.  Many people are counting on you to be there during an emergency.  Many young children want to become firefighters when they’re older; however, they don’t...

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Students of BHS: Catherine Daigle

May 13, 15 Students of BHS: Catherine Daigle

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Ben Carrier, Human Rights Activist

May 12, 15 Ben Carrier, Human Rights Activist

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Ben Carrier, a grade 12 student, is one of the many human rights activists we have supporting people of all genders, race, age, and sexualities at Bathurst High School. There isn’t very much difference between any of our activists, as they all try their best, however, Ben is very passionate about human rights. This month at BHS...

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Students of BHS: Adam Mallais

Apr 28, 15 Students of BHS: Adam Mallais

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The accident that affected her but didn’t stop her

Apr 22, 15 The accident that affected her but didn’t stop her

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After having the opportunity of interviewing Shannon Frere, a student who is currently in grade 12 at Bathurst High School, I was able to gain some knowledge about an emotional event that occurred in 2012. Without a doubt, the loss of her mother hit her and her family hard. Frere explained that she first heard about her...

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Hope is all you need

Apr 22, 15 Hope is all you need

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The “hope” in Savannah Hope Simmons really lives up to her name. She is a strong individual whose life struggles shaped her into the woman she is today. Simmons has gained the knowledge that giving up is a sign of defeat and to overcome anything, all that’s needed is a title bit of hope. Growing up, Simmons had a...

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