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Past Episodes: February 2012 Archives

Survivor on whether Harper's apology should be displayed

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission's interim report was released at the end of February. In it, the commissioners called for changes to Canadian public school curriculums to include the story of the residential school system and its impacts. The report also recommended that every secondary school in the country display a framed copy of Prime Minister Harper's 2008 apology to survivors. Betsy Longchap spoke with residential school survivor Lilly Sutherland, from Waswanipi.

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PSSS offering new services on-line

The Post-Secondary Student Services has a new on-line application process this year. It's a way for the PSSS to make it's services more available to current and potential students. Joshua Loon spoke with Jane Blacksmith to find out more.

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To apply online here is the web site. www.csbpostsecondary.ca

Stories of the snowy owl in Eyou Istchee

Thumbnail image for owl.jpgThe Snowy Owl is found mostly in northern Quebec and in the arctic regions. The owl roams in the wooded area looking for its prey. This bird can kill a fox with its huge claws. Recently, in the Saguenay region, a women was attacked by an owl. Elder Job Kawapit from Whapmagoostui, will tell us about the behaviour of the animal.
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