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Quebec's travelling journalist: April 2012 Archives

A Day Dedicated to Keeping Cree Traditions Healthy

IMG_1396.JPGCulture Days an important part of the curriculum for students in Cree schools in Northern Quebec. They help ensure the students learn about their roots and traditions. Quebec's Travelling Journalist Marika Wheeler brings us that story:

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Grade 5 classroom teacher Andrew Feetham explains why he takes part in Cree Culture Days even though he doesn't have to.

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Vice Principal Rob Imrie shares some thoughts on why Cree Culture Days are important.

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Driving the 389

Highway 389 between Baie Comeau and Labrador City is notorious among truckers. It's mostly gravel. It's got tough curves. And it's remote - there's only one place to stop for gas.

On top of that, some truckers say there's a big problem with speeding on the highway.

Quebec's travelling journalist Marika Wheeler brings us a conversation with a trucker who's been travelling the highway for 20 years.

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