Wabanaki Collection launched to improve education about Maritime Indigenous peoples
David Perley is the 'visionary' First Nations education specialist and Mi'kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre director behind the inception of the Wabanaki Collection, a web portal of Indigenous educational resources. The Wabanaki were New Brunswick's first peoples, but David Perley says many students in the province are graduating from high school without knowing much about them.
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