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Lake Huron Regional Grand Chief opposes policy alternative on education

Serpent River First Nation, Canada

Chiefs and Councils seem to be the main target in a recent Helin-Snow policy proposal called Free to Learn: Giving Aboriginal Youth Control over Their Post-Secondary Education that was released this past month. The background for this policy alternative claims First Nation nepotism corruption and favouritism seem to be one of the main problems with the education shortfalls for First Nations.

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