Land based education a win-win situation for northern students

For students in the north, being able to get a degree while staying close to home and their own culture is a win-win situation. And the fact that land-based education is becoming more recognized by Canadian universities is a plus.

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For students in the north, being able to get a degree while staying close to home and their own culture is a win-win situation.

And the fact that land-based education is becoming more recognized by Canadian universities is a plus.

APTN’s Charlotte Morritt-Jacobs talks to one student about being on the land and getting an education at the same time.

 

 

Video Journalist / Yellowknife

Charlotte joined APTN in January 2017 as a video journalist in Yellowknife, N.W.T.. Before coming to APTN she interned at CTV Lethbridge, earned her BA in feminist research from Western University and her obtained post-graduate in journalism at Humber College.