Youth voices, concerns reflected in new report on reconciliation

By Shari Narine  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter At age 28, Carling Sioui has two university degrees and is four months into the start up of her own company. It hasn’t been an easy journey through post-secondary and transitioning into a new career, she readily admits, and there were times she considered quitting. Sioui’s voice and experiences are among those that inform “Voices of Indigenous youth leaders: Bridging study and work for long-term success.” It’s the second volume from the Deloitte Future of Canada Centre. The aim of the centre is to examine new ideas, viewpoints, and insights into Canada’s most pressing national issues and to move the country forward in growth and competitiveness. This report looks at the barriers facing Indigenous youth as they work their way to success. The…

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