New Muskowekwan chief - Newly elected Muskowekwan chief Jaimie Wolfe is given a hug (above) following his installation on July 12. Wolfe has said that he would like to see the former residential school site (below) – which has been designated a National Historic Site – repurposed as a vocational training centre.

Muskowekwan First Nation The new chief of Muskowekwan First Nation would like to see the last surviving residential school building in Canada repurposed as a vocational training centre which would offer indigenous students a “traditional home based program.”But Jamie Wolfe says no decision will be taken about the future of the aging building before the […]

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