Louie, Jacqueline
December 2012
ATA Magazine;Winter2012, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p16
The article profiles Noel Somerville, retired teacher from Edmonton, Alberta and former executive secretary of the Edmonton Public Teachers local. It informs that Somerville has obtained an education degree from the University of Alberta in the mid-1960s and worked as a vocational education teacher for the Edmonton public school system. It adds that in 2004 Somerville has joined the nonprofit organization Public Interest Alberta (PIA).


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