Language school costs rise by $1 million to meet standards


By Victoria Gray Writer Kawenni:io/Gaweni:yo The private school building has grown in size and price. Ruby Jacobs and other school board members made a presentation to the Six Nations Council of Elected Officials (SNEC) at its general council meeting on January 25 and said that Indigenous Services Canada ( SAC) had updated its school accommodation standards in 2021, which forced the board to update the school’s architectural plans, driving up the cost by $1 million. ISC officials also pointed out that the project does not have a completed feasibility study and that having one could improve their chances of funding, update their design brief and submit an application for project approval. . Meanwhile, elected leader Mark Hill says he continues to fight for funding from the federal government….

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