Project Peak considers basic education needs

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As you get the kids off to school this morning you may want to think about how in many parts of the world there is no access to basic education.
 A group of students from Norkam Secondary School in Kamloops is working to change that by launching something they call "Project Peak."
 Hailey Manke and Mckenzie Douglas are two of the students involved in the project and they join Shelley to talk about it.

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