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Forests, postsecondary education, and aboriginal people
Peter N. Duinker
|Statement||P.N. Duinker, J.K. Naysmith, ad J.J. Crichlow.|
|Series||NODA notes -- no. 13|
|Contributions||Naysmith, John K., Crichlow, JoAnn J., Great Lakes Forestry Centre., Canadian Forest Service., Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources., Canada-Ontario Northern Ontario Development Agreement.|
|The Physical Object|
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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Ontario Increasing Access to Culturally Appropriate Postsecondary Education Ontario is working with Aboriginal Institutes to give more Indigenous students access to culturally appropriate postsecondary education and training opportunities across the province.
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[T]he power behind the idea of decent forests depends on the experience of decent forests, not on secondhand, bookish abstractions. (p) Orr lays out a clear, focused explanation of why and how we need to change the way we humans live in the world, with a special focus on postsecondary education that means it's especially close to my own.Emily Carr painted the forests and Aboriginal artifacts of the West Coast.
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Today, more than Timmins residents identify themselves as Aboriginal (Statistics Canada, ). The median family income in Timmins is $69, and the median income of persons aged 15 and.