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Can education start us on a path toward reconciliation?

Today, the Westbank First Nation's museum in Kelowna began as a way to preserve and interpret their past. But now it is helping teachers and students shape the future of education. Plus you'll hear how one Winnipeg's school Ojibway language program is so popular, there aren't enough teachers to meet demand. And meet one principal using old kung fu movies to teach Cree.
Riverbend School in Winnipeg offers an English-Ojiway bilingual curriculum. (Jaydon Flett/CBC)

Today, the Westbank First Nation's museum in Kelowna began as a way to preserve and interpret their past. But now it is helping teachers and students shape the future of education. Plus you'll hear how one Winnipeg's school Ojibway language program is so popular, there aren't enough teachers to meet demand, and meet a principal using classic kung fu movies to teach Cree. 

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