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Prime Minister’s Awards 2020

The Prime Minister’s Awards 2020 certificate of excellence recipients.

Transcription – Prime Minister’s Awards 2020

Music playing. [A series a photos: a teacher in a science lab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground.

Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. Transition to the words “Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020” appear in pink and black on a white background.]

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[Cut to Catherine Clark appearing outside in front of the Parliament buildings.]

“Welcome to a virtual celebration of the 2020 Prime Minister’s Awards recipients. My name is Catherine Clark. For over 26 years, the Prime Minister’s Awards have celebrated some of the best educators this country has to offer. Now more than ever, in these unprecedented times, it is important to recognize the role that exceptional educators play to inspire young minds and encourage discovery, exploration and critical thinking. Over the last year, educators have persevered to continue to influence the next generation beyond the traditional classroom and today we celebrate their success. 

I would like to recognize the Prime Minister’s Awards program donors. Thank you to the Trottier Family Foundation and to longstanding partner, the RBC Foundation.

The Prime Minister’s Awards have recognized over 1,900 teachers and early childhood educators who have been nurturing Canada’s young people and helping them to prepare for successful futures. 

I will be introducing you to this year’s recipients shortly but first here is the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, to say a few words about the awards.”

Music playing [Cut to a series a photos: a teacher in a science l ab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground. Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. ]

[Cut to Minister Bains sitting in front of a painting]

“With today’s changing economy, the jobs of the future will absolutely depend on our next generation having the right skills and critical thinking abilities. And perhaps now more than ever – with the challenges posed by the pandemic – our most innovative teachers are setting up young Canadians for success by preparing them for careers in an increasingly digital world.

As the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry and also as a proud father, I join the chorus of Canadians in congratulating all of this year’s top educators.” «Merci de votre esprit d’innovation. C’est un atout pour le Canada, aujourd’hui et pour l’avenir. » [translation : “We are all indebted to you for nurturing a culture of innovation that Canada needs today – and in the future.”]

“As a former teacher himself, I know how important these awards are personally to the Prime Minister. So without further ado, please join me in welcoming the Prime Minister of Canada, the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau.”

[Cut to Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau standing inside in front of two Canadian flags.]
“Hello everyone and happy World Teachers’ Day!

What a perfect day to celebrate excellence in the field.

For over twenty-five years, the Prime Minister’s Awards have recognized exemplary teachers who have helped prepare young Canadians for their future.

From early childhood to secondary school, these outstanding educators have truly made a real difference in the lives of children in our communities.

As a teacher myself, I know how crucial your role is.

Few people wear more hats than teachers.

On any given day, you are tutors, friends, coaches, and counsellors.

And above all, you’re teachers, role models, and guides, who encourage our kids to believe in themselves and to pursue their dreams.

And with the COVID-19 pandemic, your job has never been more important – or more challenging.

You’re putting your health at risk every day to educate the next generation of Canadians.

And I want you to know that we’re going to do whatever we can to keep you safe.

That’s why we launched the Safe Return to Class Fund and why we’re investing $2 billion in it.

Now on a more personal note – and on behalf of parents across the country – I want to say thank you.

Thank you for everything you do for our kids.

And to the incredible educators we’re celebrating today: congratulations!

Your exemplary and innovative teaching practices are so inspiring – and more importantly, they’re changing the lives of children in Canada.

So once again, congratulations.

Enjoy today, and please stay safe and healthy, everyone.”

Music playing [Cut to Catherine Clark outside in front of the Parliament buildings.]

“Thank you Prime Minister! Now, we’ll get to the moment you’ve all been waiting for. I am pleased to introduce the recipients of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Early Childhood Education. These awards honor outstanding and innovative early childhood educators for their leadership, exemplary early childhood education practices, and their commitment to help build the foundation children need to make the best possible start in life.”

Music playing [Cut to a series a photos: a teacher in a science lab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground. Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. ] Transition to the words “Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020” appear in pink and black on a white background. Transition to the words National Certificate of Excellence for Early Childhood Education in pink on a white background.

Music playing [Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Early Childhood Education, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Lisa Brown, Lisa’s Playhouse Inc., Roachville, New Brunswick. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Lisa Brown, Lisa’s Playhouse Inc., Roachville, New Brunswick. Lisa Brown cares for children in the town where she grew up, including at the first forest school in Atlantic Canada. Lisa Brown.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Early Childhood Education, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Meghan Hetherington, BriarPatch Community Preschool, Sherwood Park, Alberta. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Meghan Hetherington, BriarPatch Community Preschool, Sherwood Park, Alberta. Meghan Hetherington is well known in her small community for delivering a quality preschool experience. Meghan Hetherington.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Early Childhood Education, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Leah Kippomee, Pirurvik Preschool, Pond Inlet, Nunavut. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Leah Kippomee, Pirurvik Preschool, Pond Inlet, Nunavut. Leah Kippomee is an adored community child caregiver and advocate for early childhood education across Nunavut. Leah Kippomee.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Early Childhood Education, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Kim Posluns, Maple Grove Public School, Barrie, Ontario. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Kim Posluns, Maple Grove Public School, Barrie, Ontario. Kim Posluns strongly believes that all students are capable and can be successful. She engages students with art therapy activities and outdoor learning. Kim Posluns.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Early Childhood Education Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Jennifer Vardy, Fort McMurray #468 First Nation Childcare Services Department, Fort McMurray, Alberta. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Jennifer Vardy, Fort McMurray #468 First Nation Childcare Services Department,
Fort McMurray, Alberta. Jennifer Vardy is a passionate advocate for early childhood education, in particular for Indigenous families living on reserve. Jennifer Vardy

Music playing [Cut to a series a photos: a teacher in a science lab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground. Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. Transition to the words “Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020” appear in pink and black on a white background.

Music playing [Cut to Catherine Clark]

Congratulations to all of the 2020 Certificate of Excellence recipients of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Early Childhood Education!
Next, let me introduce the 2020 Certificate of Excellence recipients of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Teaching Excellence. We honour them today for their remarkable achievements in education and for their commitment to preparing students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 for success in the digital and innovation-based economy.

Music playing [Cut to a series a photos: a teacher in a science lab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground. Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. ] Transition to the words “Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020” appear in pink and black on a white background. Transition to the words National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence in pink on a white background.]

[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Richard Bernard, River Oaks Public School, Oakville, Ontario. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Richard Bernard, River Oaks Public School, Oakville, Ontario. Character development, ethical decision-making and global citizenship are as important to Richard Bernard as academic learning. Richard Bernard.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Robert Esposito, Sisler High School, Winnipeg, Manitoba. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Robert Esposito, Sisler High School, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Robert Esposito has been instrumental in developing the Sisler Cyber Academy, which is educating the next generation of Canada’s cyber defenders. Robert Esposito.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Ashleigh Hudson, Vanier Elementary School, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.”]

Voice over, narrator: Ashleigh Hudson, Vanier Elementary School, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. As a French-immersion teacher, Ashleigh Hudson seeks to create as rich a learning environment as possible to teach the curriculum and introduce a new language. Ashleigh Hudson.
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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Kim Ivanko, École Boréale, Hay River, Northwest Territories. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Kim Ivanko, École Boréale, Hay River, Northwest Territories. Having the opportunity to work with students in grades 3 to 12, Kim Ivanko builds a special relationship with them and actively participates in both their academic and personal development. Kim Ivanko.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Maureen Kelly-Gibson, Calgary Academy, Calgary, Alberta. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Maureen Kelly-Gibson, Calgary Academy, Calgary, Alberta. Students with learning disabilities who are struggling to learn in the regular school system thrive under Maureen Kelly-Gibson’s care and commitment. Maureen Kelly-Gibson.

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[Cut to words: “ National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, François-Henri Lafarge, École primaire de la Source, Lavaltrie, Québec. ”]

Voice over, narrator: François-Henri Lafarge, École primaire de la Source, Lavaltrie, Québec. François-Henri Lafarge has made it his mission to give each student the opportunity to succeed and to enjoy learning. François-Henri Lafarge.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Debbie Mar, Upper Sumas Elementary School, Abbotsford, British Columbia. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Debbie Mar, Upper Sumas Elementary School, Abbotsford, British Columbia. Debbie Mar follows student interests to develop meaningful learning opportunities. Debbie Mar.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Imran Mohamed, John Polanyi Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Ontario. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Imran Mohamed, John Polanyi Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Ontario. Imran Mohamed sees students as digital learners and gives them all access to appropriate technology while at school so outcomes are equitable. Imran Mohamed.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Neeru Sekhon, Morning Star Middle School, Mississauga, Ontario. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Neeru Sekhon, Morning Star Middle School, Mississauga, Ontario. Neeru Sekhon nurtures students to be critical thinkers, exercise self-awareness and be attuned to peers’ needs. Neeru Sekhon.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Stacey Stairs, Sussex Regional High School, Sussex, New Brunswick. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Stacey Stairs, Sussex Regional High School, Sussex, New Brunswick. Through practical, relevant approaches to learning and evaluation, Stacey Stairs seeks to maximize students’ strengths and to support them in areas in which they need to improve. Stacey Stairs.

Music playing [Cut to a series a photos: a teacher in a science lab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground. Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. Transition to the words “Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020” appear in pink and black on a white background.

Music playing [Cut to Catherine Clark in front of Parliament]

“Congratulations to all the recipients of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Teaching Excellence!

The Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics recognizes inspirational STEM teachers at the elementary or secondary school level who keep students engaged in STEM learning  and who help develop the culture of innovation that Canada needs today, and in the future.

These teachers place particular emphasis on introducing students of all abilities and backgrounds to the wonder of science, the excitement of technology and the magic of mathematics.”

Music playing [Cut to a series a photos: a teacher in a science lab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground. Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. ] Transition to the words “Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020” appear in pink and black on a white background. Transition to the words National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence in STEM in pink on a white background.]

[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence in STEM, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Jenna Forslund, Elmwood High School, Winnipeg, Manitoba. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Jenna Forslund, Elmwood High School, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Jenna Forslund draws her students into the sciences through project-based learning. Jenna Forslund.

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[Cut to words: “National Certificate of Excellence for Teaching Excellence in STEM, Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020, Alexandre Noukhovitch, Earl Haig Secondary School, Toronto, Ontario. ”]

Voice over, narrator: Alexandre Sacha Noukhovitch, Earl Haig Secondary School, Toronto, Ontario. Sacha Noukhovitch pushes students to take action and initiative, step out of their comfort zone and risk doing things differently. Alexandre Sacha Noukhovitch.

Music playing [Cut to a series a photos: a teacher in a science lab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground. Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. ] Transition to the words “Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020” appear in pink and black on a white background.

[Cut to Catherine Clark in front of Parliament]

“Congratulations to all of the recipients of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Teaching Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics!
In addition to our national award winners, a further 54 regional recipients from across the country are also being recognized by the Prime Minister for their outstanding achievements in education, tremendous leadership and commitment to preparing children and students to become confident and successful adults.”

[Cut to words: Regional Certificate of Achievement for Early Childhood Education]

Naima Amalou, Burnaby French Language Preschool, Burnaby, British Columbia

Brittney Bobbitt, Discovery Child Care Centre, Barrie, Ontario

Jacinthe Côté, Centre De La Petite Enfance La Frimousse, Quebec, Quebec

Arlene Flett, St. Theresa First Nation School, St. Theresa Point, Manitoba

Jennifer Kravitz, N.J. MacPherson School, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Pietra Salemi, Discovery Child Care Centre, Barrie, Ontario

Shaylene Saxton, Rio Terrace Community Preschool, Edmonton, Alberta

Carole Trudeau, La Prématernelle Appletree Preschool, Victoria, British Columbia

Ines Tuzlukovic, SFU Childcare Society, Burnaby, British Columbia

Lynn Wytrykusz, Westminster Elementary School, Lethbridge, Alberta

[Cut to words: Regional Certificate of Achievement for Teaching Excellence]

Maxime Boudreault, École Notre-Dame, Alma, Quebec

Tyler Boyle, MacPhail, Memorial Elementary School, Flesherton, Ontario

Greg Chomut, Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School, Thunder Bay, Ontario

James Cook, Brooklin High School, Brooklin, Ontario

Stacey Falconer, Lakeshore Public School, Burlington, Ontario

Mark Gaynik, Nantyr Shores Secondary School, Innisfil, Ontario

David Gopee, James M Hill High School, Miramichi, New Brunswick

Michelle Haveroen, Black Gold Outreach School, Beaumont, Alberta

Kalyn Heisler, Little Red River School, Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan

Stephanie Krammer, Palliser Beyond Borders, Vulcan, Alberta

Rachel Luke, Glenforest Secondary School, Mississauga, Ontario

Deidre Macpherson, The Linden School, Toronto, Ontario

Carolyn Matthews, Paul William Kaeser High School, Fort Smith, Northwest Territories

Angela Morra, Collège Charles-Lemoyne, Campus Longueuil-Saint-Lambert, Longueuil, Quebec

Jessica Neilson, Groh Public School, Kitchener, Ontario

Mark Noel, James M Hill High School, Miramichi, New Brunswick

Ryan Parker, Kitsilano Secondary School, Vancouver, British Columbia

Jean-Philippe Payer, École L'Odyssée,  Québec, Quebec

Ginette Perreault, École élementaire catholique Roger-Saint-Denis, Kanata, Ontario

Dianna Rai, Alvin A. McKay Elementary School, Laxgalts'ap, British Columbia

Robyn Robinson, Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith Elementary School, Vancouver, British Columbia

Tyson Theriault, James M Hill High School, Miramichi, New Brunswick

Jennifer Schaefer, Groh Public School, Kitchener, Ontario

Kelly Slade, Dartmouth South Academy, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Christa Walton, Sacred Heart School/École Sacré Coeur, Estevan, Saskatchewan

Jennifer Warren, Dundas Valley Secondary School, Dundas, Ontario

Jennifer Wiebe, École River Heights School, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Carmen Woo, École Glenbrook Middle School, New Westminster, British Columbia

[Cut to words: Regional Certificate of Achievement for Teaching Excellence in STEM]

Leonard Aylward, District School Board of Niagara, St. Catharines, Ontario

William Burton, Maples Met School, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Isabelle Champagne, École Saint-Clément-Ouest, Mont-Royal, Quebec

Colin Christensen, Don Campbell Elementary School, Red Deer, Alberta

Blair Fitzsimons, St. Mary-St. Cecilia Catholic School, Morrisburg, Ontario

Lise Gravelle, École secondaire publique Omer-Deslauriers, Ottawa, Ontario

Shannon Kennedy, Astral Drive Junior High, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Paul King, Mount Pearl Senior High, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador

Michelle Lang Standring, Rothesay High School, Rothesay, New Brunswick

Krista McLean, Don Campbell Elementary, Red Deer, Alberta

Sean Merrett, St. Mary's Bay Academy, St. Bernard, Nova Scotia

Angela Murphy, North and South Esk Regional High School, Sunny Corner, New Brunswick

Deanna Pecaski McLennan, LaSalle Public School, Windsor, Ontario

Derek Shrubsole, École Secondaire Oak Bay Secondary School, Victoria, British Columbia

Lisa Tatum, Don Valley Middle School, Toronto, Ontario

Natalie Vera, Crescent School, Toronto, Ontario

“Thank you to the students, families and nominators who have supported the 2020 Prime Minister’s Award recipients.

Thank you to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Minister Navdeep Bains, for their support of some of Canada’s most innovative educators and the difference they make in the lives of their students.”

Music playing [Cut to a series a photos: a teacher in a science lab with two students and an Early Childhood Educator with four children looking at the ground.

Transition to a teacher sitting at her desk with three students and a student wearing a lab coat smiling. ] Transition to the words “Prime Minister’s Awards 2020, Les Prix du Premier Ministre 2020” appear in pink and black on a white background. Music ends.

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