"They should leave the reserves without a decent education?"
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Did the previous Tory government really remove the money?
Erickson Owen wanted to prove "anything is possible."
The research found that only four of 10 young adults living on reserves across the country have finished high school.
But the province still falls short of the national average.
"If you don't have education, you will not change the picture."
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