by Derek Cornet Plans are in the works for an expansion of Kopahawakenum Elementary School on Flying Dust First Nation. The band will receive close to $4.1 million from the federal government to build six new classrooms at the school. The money comes after a 2014 budget promise to spend $500 million at on-reserve schools … Continue reading
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