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Year: 1994 – Province: Alberta
Charles MacDormand , David Bagan
Tidying up 70-million-year-old fossils isn't a common school assignment, but students at Queen Elizabeth School in Edmonton, Alberta are getting to experience what itþs like to be a paleontologist. This is thanks to a special project set up by Science Department Head Charles MacDormand and science teacher David Bagan in conjunction with the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller. Students also actively help the environment; they recently planted nearly 2,000 trees along the North Saskatchewan River.
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