The New Brunswick Union (NBU/NUPGE) wishes to congratulate Mr. Milner on this award.
|From left : Mr. Wayne Milner, NBCC, Krista Carr, NBACL, and Honourable Graydon Nicholas, Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick|
Fredericton (12 Mar. 2014) — There are many unsung heroes in the history of inclusive education in New Brunswick. They are the people who have worked quietly yet diligently to foster relationships, with the goal of creating a level playing field for students with a disability. Wayne Milner, a counsellor at the New Brunswick Community College’s Moncton Campus, is one such person.
NBU/NUPGE member receives award for his contribution to inclusive education
Wayne Milner received an inclusive education award from the Canadian Association for Community Living (CACL). The New Brunswick Union (NBU/NUPGE) wishes to congratulate Mr. Milner on this award.
The certificate was presented at a ceremony organized by the New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) at Government House in Fredericton.
A focal point of NBACL’s celebrations marking National Inclusive Education Month in New Brunswick, the ceremony was hosted by the Honourable Graydon Nicholas, Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick and the association’s patron, who was joined the Honourable Marie-Claude Blais, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, and Joy Bacon, president of NBACL, in making the presentations. A total of ten awards were given to individuals and groups for their efforts for inclusive education.
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