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Technology agreement to help students prepare
Yellow Quill First Nation and ISM Canada have signed an agreement designed to help foster students’ interest in technology-related career paths. ISM Canada will initially provide 30 laptops and related technical support for use by Yellow Quill First Nation’s Nawigizigweyas Education Centre in specially designed programs to encourage and support students interested in technology related subjects. ISM will also help identify opportunities for students. “This agreement with ISM Canada will help Yellow Quill First Nation better prepare our young people to participate in the labour force, specifically, in pursuing IT careers,” said Chief Larry Cachene of the Yellow Quill First Nation, in a news release. Yellow Quill has 2,800 registered band members with approximately 800 residing on-reserve. The majority of the remaining membership lives in Regina and Saskatoon.
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