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|Title:||"Northern student education initiative"|
|Authors:||German, Nona R.|
|Publisher:||School of Native Human Services|
|Citation:||German, Nona (1997). "Northern student education initiative". NSWJ-V1, p. 33-41.|
|Abstract:||The Northwest Territories encompasses a third of Canada's land mass. In 1999, the one territory will become two. Separating the arctic from the subarctic, the division will approximately follow the tree line, which runs diagonally across the Northwest Territories from the northwest to the southeast. The Nunavut territory will provide a self-governed homeland for the Inuit in the eastern arctic. The western territory will encompass the traditional homeland of the Inuvialuit, the Dene and Metis (Canada's Northwest Territories 1996 Explorer's Guide). In the Northwest Territories, where Native people are the majority, Aboriginal self-government is a reality.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 1, May 1997: Inaugural Edition of Native Social Work Journal|
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