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*Education is a key element. Champaigne and Aishihik has set up their own educational fund to encourage extra learning, to stay in school. Offer special luncheons, etc. Seems to be working well so far - more people are going on to post-secondary education from that community.
*Education is a key element. One of the First Nations, may have been Champaigne and Aishihik has set up their own educational fund to encourage extra learning, to stay in school. Offer special luncheons, etc. Seems to be working well so far - more people appear to be going on to post-secondary education from that community.

Non-Aboriginal participation in urban CED - pathways and perils:


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