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Post-secondary graduation numbers increase
A record 10 Aboriginal students graduating from the Edwards School of Business were among the 245 Aboriginal students to graduate from the University of Saskatchewan this year. Walter Linklater, an Elder at the U of S Aboriginal Student Centre, describes education as the “new buffalo” for Aboriginal people and thinks graduation numbers from Saskatchewan universities will only increase. He attributes that increase to more Aboriginal people moving to the cities and more of them self-identifying as Aboriginal.
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