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Board, staff of Anishinaabe school in Ontario worried for future of students



Shaneen Robinson
APTN National News
The board and staff at an Anishinaabe elementary school in Ontario say they are worried about the future of their students.

They say they have yet to receive tuition payments they are entitled to for nearly a third of the children enrolled.

srobinson@aptn.ca

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2 Responses to “Board, staff of Anishinaabe school in Ontario worried for future of students”

  1. rtwhite@bimose.ca'
    Ryan White May 16, 2017 at 2:40 pm #

    Miigwetch for visiting our school, and chipkawaata- miigwetch for the great story…

  2. grahamporterhill@gmail.com'
    Graham PorterHill May 20, 2017 at 8:54 pm #

    Corporate via Crown of Canada via Provinces via Tuitions paid out to schools that Native Children attend is just another attack on Native Peoples by certain government officials that use this type of attack each time Native Peoples have successfully made some small gain somewhere else. It’s believed by me that this has been going on ever since Natives started to wake up to the Genocide perpetrated against them since European Arrival to Gods Country, Turtle Island, North America.