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Education

Education, Health and Culture are just a few of the bootstraps which First Nation communities must use to improve their social and economic conditions. We must provide our First Nation children with their educational needs which will assist then in acquiring an acceptable education. Along with good health and a strong cultural foundation gives us a chance of succeeding in the modern economy.  A high school graduation is the door through which most students must pass to go onto receiving a post-secondary diploma or degree, or a trade certificate.  The following upcoming programs are just a few of Education’s community plans.

  • Homework Club
  • Crafts: weaving, sewing and cedar bark creations
  • Traditional harvest gathering