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Aboriginal Studies

We would like to acknowledge the work of Indigenous author, poet, spokesperson and a man who made a difference in his writings. The passing of Ojibway Richard Wagamese who grew up amongst the Wabaseemoong First Nation in northwestern Ontario. His work was influenced by his experiences in the Residential school system. One of my favourite selections is, Indian Horse. It tells the story of the intergenerational trauma that played out in the lives of those who attended residential schools. It's the story of Saul Indian Horse, a boy who finds release through his passion for hockey.

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Principal: Susan Ferguson
Vice Principal: Judy Garrett
Vice Principal: Derek Stenton
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