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TRU grads celebrate at Sugar Cane

Darlene Louie (left) and Brandi Phillips hold their certificates during the TRU graduation at Sugar Cane. - Jacquie Johnston photo
Darlene Louie (left) and Brandi Phillips hold their certificates during the TRU graduation at Sugar Cane.
— image credit: Jacquie Johnston photo

Thompson Rivers University and the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council hosted a graduation ceremony with the Williams Lake Indian Band at Sugar Cane Friday, March 14 to celebrate completion of the Journey Project.

The program  includes Language Teaching Certification, Stewardship of Our Lands and Administration and Governance Training.

It is a one year education/training program that will continue to pave the way to address present post treaty needs in Northern Secwepemc communities.

 

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