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Erin Hulme

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New Brunswick Montessori Schools (Listed Alphabetically)

 

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Prince Edward Island Montessori Schools (Listed Alphabetically)

 

 

PS to K
Summerside, Prince Edward Island
Contact: Head Office    T. (604) 534-1556

 

 

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Nova Scotia Montessori Schools (Listed Alphabetically)

 

K to 8
Sydney, Nova Scotia
Contact: Office    T. (902) 539-8884

PS to PK
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Contact: Michelle Cleary    T. (902) 406-3040

Montessori Children’s House
PS
Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Montessori Monarch Private School
Nursery to K
Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Manitoba Montessori School (Listed Alphabetically)


ABC Montessori School
Nursery to K
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 488-1291

PS to 3
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 487-6167

Nursery to K
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 956-1622

PS to 3
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 453-4112

Nursery to K
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 475-1039

Montessori Preschool and Elementary
PS-3
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 488-5046

PK to K
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 255-0209

Nursery
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 256-2127

North Kildonan Montessori
Nursery to K
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 668-4114

Preschool
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 832-0866

PS to K
East St. Paul, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 661-4441

Preschool
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 888-5700

Kindergarten
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Office    T. (204) 452-3315

 

 

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Saskatchewan Montessori Schools (Listed Alphabetically)


PS to 6
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Contact: Claire Hurst    T. (306) 931-4000

Apple Tree Montessori
Nursery to K
Regina, Saskatchewan
Contact: Office    T. (306) 586-7221

Child’s View Montessori
Daycare
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Contact: Office    T. (306) 692-3533

 

PS to 8
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Contact: Linda Millard    T. (306) 955-3852

PS to 3
Regina, Saskatchewan
Contact: Office    T. (306) 522-1500

 

 

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Newfoundland and Labrador Montessori Schools (Listed Alphabetically)

 

PS to K
St. John’s, Newfoundland
Contact: Office    T. (709) 579-7323

PS to K
St. John’s, Newfoundland
Contact: Office    T. (709) 746-9415




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British Columbia Montessori Schools (Listed Alphabetically)

 

Abbotsford Montessori Children’s House
PS to K
Abbotsford, British Columbia
Contact: Office T. (604) 807-0241
  • Anchor Point Montessori
  • PS to 6
  • Nelson Park, Vancouver
  • Contact: Office    T. (604) 687-6701
  • Blue Spruce Montessori School
  • PS to K
  • Richmond, BC
  • Contact: Office    T. (604) 821-1877
  • Boundary Bay Montessori House
  • PS to 7
  • Delta, British Columbia
  • Contact: Office    T. (604) 946-9814
  • Bowen Island Montessori School
  • PS to 6
  • Bowen Island, British Columbia
  • Contact: Helen Davenport    T. (604) 947-9039
  • Burnaby Montessori School
    Preschool
    Burnaby, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 433-2144

    PS to K
    Coquitlam, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 945-0566

    PS to K
    Richmond, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 271-1003

    PS to K
    Coquitlam, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 931-1311

    K to 5
    Coquitlam, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 461-1223

    Esprit Montessori Day Care
    Day Care
    Maple Ridge, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 466-1498

    PS to K
    Vancouver, British Columbia
    Contact: Administration    T. (604) 224-2643

    PS to 6
    New Westminster, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 521-1355

    PS to 6
    Nanaimo, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 758-8979

    PS to K
    West Vancouver, British Columbia
    Contact: Gretchen    T. (604) 925-1437

    K to 7
    Prince George, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 562-5581

    PS to K
    Victoria, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 592-4411

    PS to K
    Vancouver, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 267-0073

    Kamloops Montessori Academy
    PS to K
    Kamloops, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 372-9943

    PS to 7
    Langley, Montessori
    Contact: Pre-School Office    T. (604) 533-5664
    Office    T. (604) 532-5667

    PS
    Vancouver, British Columbia
    Contact: Le Petite Office    T. (604) 980-7973
    Mes Petites Office    T. (604) 980-1102

    PS
    Maple Ridge, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 466-5728

    PS
    Surrey, British Columbia
    Contact: Annette    T. (604) 531-2124

    K to 10
    Victoria, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 479-4746

    PS to 6
    Maple Ridge, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 465-3492

    PS
    Richmond, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 522-1351

    PS to K
    Mission, British Columbia  Matsqui Village, British Columbia
    Contact : Mission Office    T. (604) 820-4997
    Matsqui Village Office    T. (604) 820-4987

    PS to K
    Maple Ridge, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 466-3184

    Montessori Centre of Victoria
    PS to 7
    Victoria, British Columbia

    K to 7
    Surrey, British Columbia
    Contact: (604) 589-1193
  • PS to K
    Nanaimo, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 753-0649

    PS to 4
    North Vancouver, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 980-1205

    PS to 6
    Kelowna, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 860-1165
    PS to 6
    Vancouver British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 726-8428
    PS
    Vancouver, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 516-7777
    PS to 9
    Surrey, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (604) 574-5399
    PS to 8
    Victoria, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 384-3414

    PS to K
    Victoria, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 595-3213
    PS to 5
    Summerland, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 494-7266

    PS
    Kamloops, British Columbia
    Contact: Office    T. (250) 372-2486

    Bob Stewart, a visionary and one of the founding directors incorporated the Canadian Centre for Teaching Peace as a non-profit organization on September 23, 1997. His own personal family experience with the schooling of his three children (now all adults) led him on a personal quest; advocating and working towards a school peace education program. Through his own personal experience, Bob Stewart realized the importance of peace education at an early onset. The purpose of CCTP is to bring together all peoples of the world in the promotion of lasting peace through "thinking globally and acting locally", building peace in the community, strategic action planning, networking, and information sharing by various means including our annual conferences on peace education. Bob Stewart’s continuous efforts led to the development of the Canadian Culture of Peace Program in November of 2004.

    Schools record higher rates of violence and bullying and higher numbers of children with attitude or behavioural disorders. In response, there are a large number of initiatives that have been developed across the country to address Character Education and Social Justice. These initiatives are often fragmented and differ from school board to school board. What the School Peace Program adds to these initiatives is an all-encompassing framework to pull together the various existing programs, offer both leadership and a foundation for new ones and provide a hub of information for teachers, guidance counselors, administrators, school boards, parents, community members and government officials.

    The efforts of the School Peace Program are partnered with like-minded individuals, universities, ministers of education and policymakers to ensure that peace education is mainstreamed throughout the system. It is a goal of the School Peace Program to start a new chapter of peace education in Canada.

    Chelsea Cox - Conference Coordinator

    Chelsea Cox was born and raised in Michigan by her lively American/ Canadian/ British family. In 2004 she moved to Hamilton, Ontario, to attend McMaster University, where she studied History and Peace Studies. Aside from some stints in Chile, England, and Wyoming, Chelsea has happily resided in Hamilton ever since. Her studies at McMaster will continue this fall, when she will pursue a Master's in History. She has long been active in various peace campaigns, especially for the environment, animal rights, women's empowerment, and First Nations solidarity. Chelsea started her work with the Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace in September 2008, and is now the coordinator of this year's Peace Education Conference. When she is not excitedly planning the conference, Chelsea enjoys biking with friends, traveling, music, reading, and participating in Hamilton Free Skool classes.

    Julia Riddell - Youth Conference Coordinator

    Julia is a curious person who is very excited to be part of this inspiring Hamilton community. She is currently attending McMaster to complete her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour with a minor in Peace Studies.

    Her main passions are youth and the arts, and she has been lucky enough to work on great projects in both fields. For the last four summers, Julia worked at a therapeutic camp for at-risk youth called The Inner Edge. She led canoe trips and hikes, and counselled youth with a variety of behaviour and emotional issues. She teaches dance and creative movement to a variety of ages, and dances as often as possible in her spare time. She collaborates with the Theatre for Liberation Community Project (TLCP) in facilitating dance, drama and visual arts activities for youth. Julia recently ran a drama program for the Knowledge Tree that focused on conflict transformation, emotional expression and connecting with others. She currently volunteers with VON Hamilton’s Good Beginnings Program, helping struggling mothers care for their new infants.

    Julia is currently planning the youth peace education conference for this fall and will be starting a practicum with the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board in September. Julia hopes to create a culture of peace through radical changes to the education system, and through smiling at people.

    Anne-Marie Collette - Steward of School Peace Program

    Anne-Marie Collette has devoted her life to inspiring others. As a public school teacher, facilitator and educational leader for over 25 years, her innovative programs and unique teaching methods have attracted local, provincial and national recognition. In the spring of 2004 parents of her Grade 2 students coupled with school administrators applauded Anne-Marie’s exceptional holistic and heart-centered programs by nominating her for the Lieutenant Governor’s Excellence in Education Award for elementary grades in Manitoba.

    Anne-Marie has been called a soulful teacher and is gifted with the ability to see and nourish the inner spark that she believes fuels the passion and wisdom in all of us.  She believes that each person is a wholesome being having a spiritual experience. Through love and inspiration she encourages others to find and follow the path of their own inner-wisdom. An enlightened speaker, she touches the hearts of children and adults alike with insightful messages and stories.

    Anne-Marie is currently co-developing a Framework for the CCTP School Peace Program.  Her summer assistant, Erin Hulme and CCTP director, Robert Stewart along with parents, educators, notable university professors, authors and many more have offered her valuable feedback and research based literature during this SPP gestation period.  On Friday of the conference, the Framework will be shared with all.  In small group settings, some aspects of the SPP will be developed on sight by all participants.  The National School Peace Education Program Action Plan that will emerge from the conference will be presented to Ministries of Education in 2001 and will be posted on the SPP website.  The completed version of the SPP Framework will also be available on the SPP website.

    She is currently writing her first book which will serve as an essential reference for educators of the 21st century. In her spare time, she enjoys walking in nature, reading, dancing, traveling, cooking, meditating and learning Spanish.

    Robert Porter - Peace Café Coordinator

    Rob joined Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace in 2002, after attending the first Annual Conference on Peace Education in Canada when he started his second university undergraduate degree.

    Originally from a farm near Walkerton, Ontario, Rob resides in Hamilton, Ontario where he attended McMaster University for music, theatre & film studies, and peace studies.

    Rob has assisted with the Annual Conferences on Peace Education in Canada over the years, first as a volunteer student and later as the facilitator and coordinator.

    He is now the director of the first community Peace Café, Hamilton Centre for Teaching Peace.

    Rob also is a professional web programmer and designer, having designed and programmed dozens of sites since 1997. More recently he has been working with clients in the civil rights and social justice fields, with such organizations as School of the Americas Watch,  ONE DC, The Toronto-Niagara Bike Train Initiative, and the Ontario Public Interest Research Group.

    Robert Stewart - Director of Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace

    Bob is a Chartered Accountant and Certified Management Consultant by profession.  He has held many senior management positions in business and government over the past 36 years. His passion for peace was ignited by his involvement in the Rotary International convention that took place in Calgary in 1996.  The message that he heard was "peace is the most worthwhile cause, and you should do something".  Since that time, Bob has founded the Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace and leads the Canadian Culture of Peace Program.  His peace website at www.peace.ca <http://www.peace.ca/>   has been ranked number 1 by Google with over 50,000 visitors per month, and he has been referred to as "the foremost peace educator in Canada". In 2000, Bob was the recipient of the YMCA Peace Award at the annual presentation in Calgary.

    Bob recognized, as do others, that the Culture of Peace Program is on the threshold of making a major impact pacifically, nationally and internationally, but is currently lacking direction and capacity. He has devoted himself to using his professional skills as a (general) manager and information manager to help advance this 'direction and capacity' by founding the Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace, the Canadian Culture of Peace Program, annual national and provincial peace education conferences, and Peace Cafés.

    He has 3 children, a key influence on Bob's decision to 'make a difference with his life' during the International Decade for Peace and Non-violence for the Children of the World.

    Pursue Peace at the Post-Secondary Level! - There has been a growing need for specialists in conflict resolution and negotiation at every level of society. Certain universities offer interdisciplinary programs which cater to this need and focus on the human phenomena of war and peace, conflict, and resolution strategies. Varied Universities offer elective classes pertaining to conflict resolution, global peace or social justice. The list below is a full list of the Universities and Colleges in Canada which offer either an undergraduate, graduate degree or certificate pertaining to peace studies.

     

    Brock University – St. Catherines, ON

    Masters Degree in Social Justice and Equity Studies

    Graduate Degree

    The King’s University College – Edmonton, AB

    Program in Social Justice and Peace Studies

    Certificate in Global Justice, Graduate Degree

    McGill University – Montreal, ON

    Middle East Program in Civil Society and Peace Building (MMEP)

    Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Degree

    McMaster University – Hamilton, ON

    Centre for Peace Studies

    Undergraduate Degree

    Menno Simons College, University of Winnipeg – Winnipeg, MB

    Degree in Conflict Resolution Studies

    Undergraduate Degree

     

    Mount Saint Vincent University – Halifax, NS

    Degree in Peace and Conflict Studies

    Undergraduate Degree

    Royal Roads University – Victoria, BC

    School of Peace and Conflict Studies

    Undergraduate Degree, Graduate Degree

    St. Paul University – Ottawa, ON

    Degree in Conflict Studies

    Undergraduate Degree, Graduate Degree

    University of British Columbia – Vancouver, BC

    Masters Degree in Dispute Resolution

    Graduate Degree

    University of Ottawa – Ottawa, ON

    Degree in Conflict Studies and Human Rights

    Undergraduate Degree, Graduate Degree

     

    University of Prince Edward Island

    Program in Conflict Resolution Studies

    Certificate Program

    University of Regina – Regina, SK

    Program in Justice Studies

    Undergraduate Degree, Graduate Degree

    University of Toronto – Toronto, ON

    Trudeau Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies

    Undergraduate Degree, Graduate Program

    University of Victoria – Victoria, BC

    Masters Degree in Dispute Resolution

    Graduate Degree

    University of Windsor - Windsor, ON

    Program in Social Justice

    Graduate Degree, Doctoral Degree

     

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