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• The newly-elected president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of School Councils says there are advantages to being a young person tasked with handling his job.
“One thing that we forget is school councils don’t just represent parents,” said Nathan Wha-len, the 19-year-old, who is entering his second week as president.
“Students are also included in there, and I think that the reason students are in there is they gain a different perspective. I just went through the school system. I understand what’s going on in schools now, and I understand what the challenges are of this kind of generation that we
have presently in our school system.”
• Newfoundlanders and Labradorians came together across the province Sunday to help youth have an outlet to seek support in times of emotional need.
The Walk so Kids Can Talk campaign took place in six locations across the province, including St. John’s, where an estimated 300 people took part early Sunday afternoon in Bowring Park.
Ellen Foley, manager of community fundraising and corporate development with Kids Help Phone Newfoundland and Labrador, said it was a record crowd for the St. John’s walk. That turnout may have been partially aided by what turned out to be a fantastic day weather-wise.
• The Risque Sex Expo was held this weekend at the Remax Centre in St. John’s. Hundreds of people passed through the doors Saturday and Sunday at $25 a ticket to take in the first such sex expo held in the province.
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