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'I was really homesick': Some northern students travel far from home for high school

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YELLOWKNIFE – When Angelina Arrowmaker was ready to start high school in 2017, she and her mother packed their bags and flew 195 kilometres south to Yellowknife. They made the […]
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‘I was really homesick’: Some northern students travel far from home for high school

YELLOWKNIFE - When Angelina Arrowmaker was ready to start high school in 2017, she and her mother packed their bags and flew 195 kilometres south to Y...

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'I was really homesick': Some northern students travel far from home for high school

YELLOWKNIFE — When Angelina Arrowmaker was ready to start high school in 2017, she and her mother packed their bags and flew 195 kilometres south to…

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'I was really homesick': Some northern students travel far from home for high school

YELLOWKNIFE – When Angelina Arrowmaker was ready to start high school in 2017, she and her mother packed their bags and flew 195 kilometres south to Yellowknife. They made the […]

2 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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BEYOND LOCAL: Some northern students move far from home for high school

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'I was really homesick': Some northern students travel far from home for high school

YELLOWKNIFE — When Angelina Arrowmaker was ready to start high school in 2017, she and her mother packed their bags and flew 195 kilometres south to Yellowknife. They made the move because the school in Arrowmaker's home community of Wekweeti, N.W.T.

2 months ago
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'I was really homesick': Some northern students travel far from home for high school

YELLOWKNIFE — When Angelina Arrowmaker was ready to start high school in 2017, she and her mother packed their bags and flew 195 kilometres south to Yellowknife. They made the move because the school in Arrowmaker's home community of Wekweeti, N.W.T.

2 months ago
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