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Jan 29, 2019

Three-quarters of Indigenous people in Canada live off reserves

The head of the New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council says she’s disappointed children living off reserve won’t benefit ?from changes to education funding.

This spring, on reserve-schools will receive $1,500 per student every year for language and cultural programs, and schools will offer full kindergarten for on-reserve kids aged four and five.

This comes after the federal government announced it will reallocate $2 billion for First Nations education to attempt to bring equity between on and off-reserve schooling.

Amanda LeBlanc, interim chief and president of the council, said children who live off-reserve need to be able access their language and culture, since those elements are built in on-reserve schools.

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